A second vessel was built in 1966 for the Port of Launceston Authority, this was the William Robinson. It was a 36 foot relief pilot boat named after one of the Marine Board’s Master Wardens. Using the mast from the Port of Launceston Authority's  pile driver the vessel was slung from the wharf and lowered into the water 


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Construction of the William Robinson in the back yard of Glasgow Engineering
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Mounted on a trolly she only just made it through the back gates
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Slung from the Pile Driver Mast on the wharf the barge was then manouvered into position to lower the vessel into the water. Manager Bart Hutton in the forground
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Launching a success
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