We then head across the bay to
Chinamans Hat, a enormous shipping channel marker,where
you will be in arm's length to dozens of friendly,
playful seals that call the structure home. We're also
likely to encounter bottlenose Dolphins on the gentle
journey up the bay. While successful sightings of
Dolphins are a regular event, we cannot guarantee them
on every cruise.
Don't miss a
fantastic night of cruising the beautiful Port Phillip
Bay, catching some of natures amazing creatures, sipping
a cool beer or glass of fizzy champagne, and watching
the amazing sunset over the Heads of Port Phillip Bay
and Bass Strait...Book now to be apart of this amazing
All you need to bring is picnic
hamper with food and drink, (finger food is best), Your
coat, camera or video and festive moods!
Children $25 (4 - 12yo)
Family $110.00 (2 adults + 2 Children)
Full catering available on request
Departing the Queenscliff Boat Harbour, click here for
Q:: Sea Sickness; will I get
seasick on the cruise?
A:: Touch wood,
to date, this has never happened.....I suppose because
we are constantly moving it doesn't seem to be a
problem....of course the boats are very stable.
Q:: Food, what should I
A:: Finger food
is definitely the best to bring because we are always on
the move.....prawns, cheese & biscuits, yummy stuff on
toast, what ever really but you'll have to look after
what ever you bring. Unfortunately there isn't any kind
of warming facilities on the boat.