|Name:||Rockwing (1945 - 1947)|
|Builder:||Midlands Shipyards Ltd|
|Owner:||Arabian-American Oil Co., Ltd|
|Out of service:||1954|
|Name:||Fearless (1954 - current)|
|Out of service:||1982|
|Tonnage:||Gross tonnage (GT) of 249|
|Length:||113 feet (34 m)|
|Beam:||30 feet (9.1 m)|
|Depth:||12.42 feet (3.79 m)|
|Propulsion:||Triple Expansion steam engine cylinders|
Fearless is a tugboat that is located in Birkenhead, South Australia, Australia.
Fearless was put up for sale in 1972 in Brisbane, Australia and bought by Keith LeLeu for $1. He sailed her to Port Adelaide in with a volunteer crew, taking nine days. Four months later LeLeu sold the ship, with other museum materials, to the National Trust of South Australia, again for $1. The collection was subsequently transferred to the History Trust of South Australia with the Fearless being transferred at a later date to a developer called Southern Sea Eagles.
In 2017, Fearless was one of the ships considered in a study funded by Renewal SA about "a strategy for berthing or locating historic ships and vessels within the inner harbour of Port Adelaide."
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