- Cruise to/from Melbourne and enjoy time at leisure exploring the charming seaport of Williamstown
- Informative commentary
- Panoramic windows provide unparalleled views plus protection from wind or rain
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Tour was great we had bad weather but still worth the trip Staff very friendly
there was 22 of us from the country came to melbourne and got the ferry to williamstown.captain advised us of the best fishnchips place and he was right, we had a lovely commentary and it was a great experience for everyone.
Was good overall and punctual. Staff were friendly. Spacious boat which was nice. The toilets smelt awful and made the boat small overall. There was also a poor tanoid system as we could not hear qhat the captain was saying through his microphone.
We booked the tour online on February 14th. On arrival at Southgate we were told that the 2:30 cruise was one way only and we had booked a return trip. The man Steve I think was apologetic and said that we could do the cruise ant time during the year, just bring the docket.
We went on the cruise last week and thought it was fantastic. The commentary was informative and well presented. Both trips were comfortable and good.
We had a great trip, very interesting. In fact, it was my second trip within a couple of months as I took my husband and a friend this time. They really enjoyed it too. Thanks.
Lovely trip along the Yarra followed by the fascinating Williamstown, what could be better!
TANIA B Australia
very enjoyable a lovely peaceful cruise seeing all the sights from the river is great
Great trip fantastic captain and crew. Would recommenf
This tour was amazing!
My wife and I together with another couple, all from Melbourne suburbs, took the ferry cruise to Williamstown and back on a day when the weather was perfect. The ferry tour was very exciting and the commentary each way was excellent. The service was of very high standard and we thank you for the fun day. At Williamstown we did a guided tour which lasted about one hour and that also was first class.