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The ‘Notorious’ was tied up at the Maclean public pontoon over the weekend. Image: Lynne Mowbray

‘Notorious’ revisits the Clarence

Lynne Mowbray|

The ‘Notorious’ pirate ship is once again visiting the Clarence River, giving interested onlookers the opportunity to come aboard and check it out.

The sight of a pirate ship tied up at the Maclean public pontoon over the weekend, had onlookers intrigued as they grabbed their cameras for a photo of the unusual looking black ship.

If you missed seeing the black wooden sailing ship in Maclean, you can get down to the Yamba Shores Tavern over the long weekend, as it will be open for public inspection from 10am – 4pm daily from Saturday 5 October through to Monday 7 October.

Admission cost for Adults (15 years and over) $5 and Children (2 years – 14 years) $2. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times.

The ‘Notorious’ will be at Corcoran Park in Grafton the following weekend on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 October, for anyone wishing to experience 15th century nautical ambience.