The Wooden Boat Shop partnered by Yanmar, Power Equipment, will again be a major sponsor of the Geelong Wooden Boat Festival to be held on 6th-9th March, 2020. We would like to kindly invite you to join us on this great opportunity to cruise locally across Port Phillip Bay to enjoy a weekend of wooden boats and a variety of other activities including tall ships, kids’ activities, food, live music, presentations and more. This is a great cruising opportunity without the hassle and time of crossing Bass Strait for the Hobart Festival.
Activities will commence on Friday the 6th March with a pre event raft up at Portarlington safe harbour to stopover at before continuing on to Geelong. Mingle with fellow wooden boat owners whilst enjoying entertainment, Portarlington mussels, and whisky tastings, with breakfast to also be available on the morning of Saturday the 7th March prior to the start of the passage race to Geelong.
We look forward to seeing you there for a great weekend supporting this fantastic local event!
For more event and entry information, visit https://woodenboatfestivalgeelong.com.au/
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