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Searoad Ferries Lunch Cruise
Guests at the Captains Lunch on the Bay on Saturday 7th September will enjoy a relaxed lunch of antipasto plates on arrival and a Chef's selection of shared platters of slow-cooked meats and seasonal vegetables served in the Portsea or Lonsdale lounges aboard Searoad Ferries.
The Captains Lunch On The Bay is served aboard one of Searoad Ferries sleek ocean-going vessels. Photo: Copyright Ian Gill / Footloose Media
Lunch is served during a 2-hour cruise from either Queenscliff or Sorrento and return.
The Captains Lunch On The Bay departs Queenscliff at Midday and Sorrento at 1 PM.
This is a great day out for people of all ages, enjoying fine food & wine, showcasing produce from the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas and highlighting the many natural and historic features of southern Port Phillip Bay.
Your Captains Lunch experience can begin on the western side of the Bay at historic Queenscliff ......
..... or on the eastern side of the Bay at equally historic Sorrento. Photos: Copyright Ian Gill Footloose Media
For more information and bookings, contact Searoad Ferries by telephone on (03) 5257 4500 or go to the website www.searoad.com.au
No matter where you come aboard you'll be sure to enjoy the excellent food and fine wines served during the 2-hour cruise.
Getting There …..
Queenscliff is 98-Kilometres south of Melbourne, about a 90-minute drive via the Princes Freeway/M1 and the Bellarine Highway/B110.
Sorrento is 115-Kilometres south of Melbourne, just over a 90-minute drive via the Mornington Peninsula FreewayM11.