Intrepid was given to the Living Boat Trust in November 2022 by Edwin Lang. Here is a description from Edwin.

Builder: Horace M Tait, Bellerive Tasmania, 1922.
Length: 7.9m
Beam: 2.4m
Draft: 1.5m
Hull: Double Planked Huon Pine. Outer planking routed, splined and sealed in 2007 no water ingress over the past 15 years.
Rigging: Bermuda although originally Gaff rigged for its first few decades self centering Jib and main sail.
Class: B class, a decade prior to the emergence of the smaller Derwent class Day Sailer
Mast: Timber, 10m approx
Motor: Yamaha 8, 2008, 2 Stroke long shaft.

There is a collection of photos here.

Other documents relating to Intrepid can be found here.

Here is further information from an advertisement for ‘Intrepid’.

Huon Pine Horace Tate B Class Yacht built in 1922
Sail with a century of Huon Pine day sailing history on the Derwent Estuary. Share this unique B class Yacht again at the Hobart Wooden Boat Festival and be the proud owner/custodian of Intrepid after it’s 100-year anniversary this year
Intrepid is rigged so it can be sailed from the cockpit. Its self-centring Jib boom and lazy jacks for the main and Jib sails make this boat a delight to sail alone or with friends. Built by Horice Tate with the help of his wife, one of a succession of competitive ocean and estuary racing yachts which he built between 1910 and 1945. The Governor of Tasmania owned one of his boats. The original sail plans from 1922, courtesy of the Maritime Museum of Tasmania, and early picture at sail, show that Intrepid was originally gaff rigged. Some time early in her history the mast was lengthened, the boom shortened and the yacht took on its present rigging configuration. The previous custodian of Intrepid secured the double planked Huon pine hull in 2007 keeping water out for the new century.