Become a “crew” member (no boat license required) of Pleasure Cruising Club Inc. and have the Sports Cruiser by the hour, the day or he week on a Sports Cruiser of your choice! Great for Birthday’s, Wedding Photo’s, Anniversary, Corporate functions…
We will be having a free sausage sizzle and free luxury boat rides at Docklands in the heart of Melbourne on the 16th of October 2011 between 1:00pm-5:00pm if the weather holds out and will be inviting our members to come down for a Sausage Sizzle…
Pleasure Cruising Club Inc was recently reviewed by Geoff Middelton of BoatPoint.com.au the leading boat portal in Australia. Geoff’s comments:
“Not everyone can afford a luxury boat, not everyone wants one, nor the cleaning and maintenance hassles. Which is why boat-share businesses have sprung up around the country. The offer owners or ‘members’ affordable, seamless, fuss-free boating for as many days as they need.
You deserve the best, what a great way to entertain family and friends on your Cruiser for the day. It’s so easy to go luxury boating in Melbourne with Pleasure Cruising Club Inc. You choose what Pleasure Cruiseryou want, the membership you want based on the number of boating days and attend our skipper school. After that you can reserve the boat 24/7 with our internet reservation system. When you reserve the boat it’s all ready for you and there is nothing else to do. At the end of the day there is no cleaning up afterwards you just hand back the keys and walk away, how good is that?
Victorian State Government Bans Recreational Vessel Anchoring in Port Phillip Bay waters controlled by Port of Melbourne Corporation
Boaties will be restricted to anchoring in most of the bay, its a case of Port Melbourne Corporation powers are out of control. Fishing in the Bay near Fawkner Beacon is now illegal. Say no and send a protest to your local minister as it is putting a billion dollar industry at risk. Next thing Port Melbourne Corporation will want to do is prevent recreational boating in the Yarra River! Say NO to this and contact Melbourne Ports Authority CEO and your Minister and say enough is enough.