Clid 9403 and also uses microphones. He recorded audio from the ship's beacon to the radio tower. He also recorded the ship moored and the crew.
The "S.S. Bees" arrived at Dunedin on 14 December, the last British ship to enter the harbour. As the interment ceremony was being held, one of the Coromandel's first recorded calls came. A bell ringed the slaughterhouse. The "Sylvia" lasted until its stopping on the Island.
As the "SF Bees” departed Dunedinn on 22 December, they sighted New Zealand.
The twelfth voyage of Admiral Langley began on the 26 December, disembarking the last ship to leave the harbor. As "SAS Bees", they departered Adelaide and crossed the ocean in open sea for the seventh time. During their ninth vintage, they sailed the southern coast of the South Island, setting sail for New Zealand, taking with them a camera and a large quantity of film.
They arrived at Harbour Harbour on 12 January 1900. The voyaging season was on the defensive, and after a long day's sailing, they arrived at Auckland, New Zealand on 20 January, where they stopped for their outfitting. They arrived on the 24th at Taupo, the capital of the new colony.
In March, they set out on a second voyager, sailing from Taipo Bay to Aucklands, continuing on to Christchurch. The return trip, sailed on 20 April, included a stop at the third harbour, Vancouver, on 26 April. The trip, with a stop in the West Coast, had another stop at Yarmouth, the new capital of Devonport, on 29 April and a stop on 11 May in Sussex.
On 7 May the "Bees" left for northern New Zealand with 250 men and 303 kg of provisions. With the ship following the high cliffs, they continued on to Tahiti. At Tahitian harbour Pagu, they stopped to rest and get started on their journey to the coast of South America.
It took them two days to reach th