PCC Sea Trial Event | Free Boating Trips

PCC Sea Trial Event | Free Boating Trips

Enjoy The Luxury Boating With The Step On and Off Service
Are you looking for a fun and convenient way to enjoy some quality time with friends and family? Or maybe you want to have some exciting adventures whenever you feel like it? No matter what it is, Please Cruising Club has free boating trips that will help you have those special moments. Join the Club! Continue Reading

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New 2016 3-Day Trip | New Locations |Melbourne Boat Cruises

New 2016 3-Day Trip | New Locations |Melbourne Boat Cruises

Melbourne Boat Cruises! NEW LOCATIONS!
This New Year 2016 we have some exciting new Melbourne luxury boat cruises for you! Take our boats and experience tons of new destinations. The Melbourne boat cruise will depart in 1st April 2016 in April when the winds are lighter.

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Onboard Food Platters | Melbourne Boat Share

Turn your boating day into a feast with our pre-order Food Platters!
Our scrumptious food platters are perfect for Melbourne boat hire parties, team-buildings, get-togethers, family boating, and many other events. All you have to do is order ahead of time! Beverages such as beers or a bottle of Moet are also available upon request.

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Refer A Friend, Get Rewards! | Luxury Boat SharIng Melbourne

Share the best Luxury boat hire in Melbourne with Friends and Family and get special rewards depending on their subscription!
Keep sharing the Pleasure Cruising Club love these holidays and invite your friends and family to join the best cruising club today. Help the Club grow, get your loved ones to experience those extra special moments, and take a reward for yourself. Triple Win!

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Snapper Fishing | Melbourne Boat Hire

Snapper Fishing | Melbourne Boat Hire

It’s Snapper time. Daniel, our Melbourne boat hire resident fishing expert says the warm spring we have had this year is perfect for those wanting to get onto the bay’s snapper.

Snapper Adventures, is one of our club’s signature events where Daniel takes you on a unique guided tour to find secret spots he knows where the fish are biting. He’ll show you how to improve your chances of landing the bay’s best fish – and do it in style!
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Mini Breaks in Melbourne on a Boat

It’s amazing after a few weekends away on a boat how much better you feel.
And life is so much better on someone else’s boat!

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Zac Zammit Fishing Expert | Boat Hire Melbourne

About Crew Member Zac Zammit | Boat Hire Melbourne

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Zac Zammit Holding a Fish He Caught for a Member


Want to catch a monster snapper then Join the Club. Zac Zammit likes to catch fish. He helps members catch snapper and being the ex Chef of Dock 31 can help you cook your fish.  The Riviera is equipped with all the fishing gear and you can fish in comfort.  Boat hire Melbourne fishing excursions with members can take up to 10 members.




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zac zammit the Master Chef

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July 2015 News Letter

Win a Membership, register for a 30 minute test drive on a Riviera Sports Cruiser on the 19th of July no license required. RSVP HERE
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AMA Partnership With Pleasure Cruising | Boat Club Melbourne


Luxury Boat Hire Guests

AMA Members Enjoying A Sea Trail

Exclusive Luxury Boat Club Melbourne Membership Program for AMA Members

Pleasure Cruising Club Inc in conjunction with the AMA is pleased to provide exclusive boat membership packages for AMA members only:

Enjoy even more boating days being a AMA member.

  • A fifty precent reduction on our entrance fee
  •  One to one skipper school boat training and comprehensive safety briefing
  • Bronze Memberships increased from 16 days a year to 20 days a year
  • Gold Memberships increased from 24 to 30 days

Complimentary 2 hrs boat club Melbourne skippered cruise with an overnight stay with a BBQ dinning experience on a boat.

Register Here for the joint AMA and Pleasure Cruising rewards program. You must be a AMA member to receive these rewards and not be a current PCC member.

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Riviera 3600 Sports Yacht | Luxury Boating

The Dazzler” Riviera 3600 for Luxury Boating

The Dazzler is a luxury boating sports yacht with a great design. Takes ten passengers and equipped with air-conditioning and heating. Sleeps 4 and has Genset to power the air-conditioning and heating.

Test Drive Luxury Boating Here YouTube


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But the 3600 SY’s biggest asset is her  hull configuration. Like many of the world’s best luxury boating builders, Riviera has now introduced mini tunnels into all of its new hulls (these will be incorporated into all Riviera hulls over time).

These vastly increase performance and handling by reducing the drive-shaft angle, which gives more efficient propulsion. The shallower shaft angle also means a shallower draft and obvious advantages.

The mini tunnels give the props clean water to run in, improve straight-line tracking and the hull’s ability to turn without any excessive tail slippage.

But Riviera hasn’t stopped there. The company has also introduced underwater exhausts, which minimise engine noise both outside and inside the cabin, eliminate smoke around the transom and help aerate the water under the hull.

This helps break water surface tension for more efficient planing. The rudders have also been upgraded. The ones fitted to the 3600 SY are longer and narrower than those on previous models and are more like those used on racing boats.  This enables the hull to perform more aggressive turns.

The twin 310hp diesel had more than enough grunt to slide the 3600’s hull out of the hole. The boat does come onto plane with a slight bow-up attitude, but at no time did we have any trouble seeing over the bow. This bow-up angle can be reduced by using the trim tab, which was integrated into the hull on this vessel, but we found we didn’t need too much trim when underway at sea and only used the tabs for lateral trim in the varying wind conditions. Plus, this slight bow-up running angle ensures the sharp bow entry sliced through the swells cleanly.

The only downside is you have to bend down slightly to get a totally clear view well behind the boat. But don’t get me wrong, because on the whole, the 360- degree vision from the helm station is extremely good. As it is from anywhere in the saloon, as the large cabin windows offer magnificent panoramic views of the passing scenery for anyone seated there.

At sea, the electronic controls and light steering make this boat a pleasure to drive. The hull’s aggressive chines and pronounced flare deliver a soft and dry ride. There was obviously plenty of fibreglass used in this boat’s construction, because running noise was minimal and the hull didn’t bang and crash, even head on into the swells. With the saloon doors closed, engine noise was almost nonexistent. But even with these doors open the underwater exhaust do their job of quietening running noise.


This boat was designed with two things at the top of the “most wanted” list. She must have the ability to go cruising in comfort, but still retain the creature comforts needed for entertaining. Her open-plan layout, large all-round windows and clever glass rear saloon doors, the starboard door opens and locks against the cabin wall, while the port half-window opens and locks against the aft cockpit’s roof, combine to bring the outdoors indoors.

The spacious aft cockpit features teak decking, a transom lounge and a folding timber table that’s ideal for al fresco dining for two. It can also be used as a servery for the nibbles when you’re entertaining onboard. There’s a cockpit fridge to keep the drinks cold and a locker unit on each side of the cockpit. A barbeque can be fitted to one and a sink unit to the other.

A stainless steel door opens onto the teak swim platform where there’s a shower to wash off the salt and sand after a swim. There are plenty of grab rails to hold onto when negotiating the walkways around the cabin when going forward. These walkways are a little narrow near the aft cockpit, but they widen as you move forward. Up for’ard there’s a large sunpad for those wishing to soak up a few rays and a thigh-high bow rail if the need ever arose to go to the bow when anchoring.

The saloon features a comprehensive galley to starboard, teak flooring, a pop-up plasma TV in the forward bulkhead and a comfy lounge to port, which doubles as a single bunk and gives the 3600 a sleeping capacity of five. There’s room for two in the forward stateroom and two in the guest’s stateroom on the portside.

The helm station features full instrumentation and a comfortable driving position on a wide bench seat. The massive windscreen wipers are a big bonus. They give the driver a clear view forward. Above the helm and navigator’s station are sliding hatches, which are excellent for ventilation if you don’t want to “arc up” the reverse cycle air-conditioning.

There are also sliding forward widows on both sides of the cabin, which aid ventilation and mean you don’t need to keep the air-conditioning running all of the time. The head is on the starboard side behind the helm.

This boat is surprisingly spacious for a 36-footer. It features a vanity unit with large mirror, a mid-sized toilet and an enclosed shower recess that yes, you can stand comfortably in to wash yourself.


In short, this boat has all the features to make her an ideal luxury boating vessel for those long, leisurely cruises for two, or a family of four with one of the kid’s friends tagging along. She’s comfortable and luxurious, but not overly opulent, so you won’t have to worry about the children doing too much damage to the woodwork.

Her handling and performance are excellent and if the sea does come up you can batten down the hatches and make the trip home with complete confidence, thanks to her rough water capabilities.

6 knots @ 1060 rpm @ 8 lt per hr
6.9 knots @ 1200 @ 10.2 lt per hr
7.8 knots @ 1500 @ 17 lt per hr
8.8 knots @ 1800 @ 26 lt per hr
9.5 knots @ 2000 @ 40 lt per hr
11 knots @ 2200 @ 49 lt per hr
18.7 knots @ 2800 @ 79 lt per hr
24.3 knots @ 3200 @ 98 lt per hr
29.1 knots @ 3630 @ 132 lt per hr

LOA: 38′ 6″
BEAM: 12′ 7″
DRAFT: 3′ 3″
DRY WEIGHT: 9000kg
FUEL: 1000lt

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