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Tips For Catching Squid

Squid can be found in estuarine and inshore habitats from inshore reefs and weed beds to rock walls, jetties and offshore man made or natural structures. Being a predominantly ambush predator these places offer them not only refuge from being attacked but also a place to prey on food such as prawns, baitfish and crabs. This ‘How To’ will focus mainly on the Southern Calamari species. Continue Reading

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Live Weather Webcams in Victoria

Weather webcams are a great indication of the conditions out on the water and the weather being experienced. Continue Reading

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Obtaining a Fishing License

How do I obtain a fishing licence?

From 1 July 2017, Victorian anglers can buy a:

  • 3 day licence for $10
  • 28 day licence for $20.30
  • 1 year licence for $35.70 ($33.60 if purchased online)
  • 3 year licence for $96.70 ($91.60 if purchased online).

The RFL is GST exempt.

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Basic Boat Maintenance Tips

May it be a big cruiser or a small boat, there’s one thing that every boat needs: Maintenance. Fortunately, routine maintenance and even small repairs aren’t that tough. In the long run, a little elbow grease will definitely pay off. Continue Reading

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Paddle Across the Bay – Paddling For A Cause

March 3, 2018 , Brighton Beach – This is a Stand Up Paddle event traveling from Brighton Beach to Port Melbourne – a 10 kilometre journey across our beautiful Port Phillip Bay. Continue Reading

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7 Basic Safety Tips Every Boatie Should Know

No matter how much experience you have, it’s always important for everyone to review safety rules before heading out to the water. Here are some basic safety tips that will help you and your passengers stay safe: Continue Reading

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Mustang 28 & Sunrunner 28 Get New Diesel Motors

Mustang 28 & Sunrunner 28 Get New Diesel Motors

February 2018 – Good news to all of our members especially our Class A members, our very own Sunrunner 2800 “Reckless” and “Freedom & Harmony” have had major upgrades to brand new  Diesel-powered engines

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PCC Saves Boat Off Rocks

Feb. 1, 2018 at 10:30am – Our resident skipper Josh was on board our Freedom and Harmony along with few of our Chinese members, when they saw a small sailing boat crashed on a rock in the shallow area while driving towards St. Kilda beach.

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Cruising on the Sea of Love

Pleasure Cruising club has skippered for countless romantic cruises in the past. Whether its a dinner date or a romantic sunset cruise, couples truly enjoy the experience.

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Pleasure Cruising Review by Channel 9 News

Pleasure Cruising Review by Channel 9 News

See Video News Content and Interviews with Trevor , “It’s a great set-up that really works well for us.”

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