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Port Phillip Ferries celebrates success

05 Dec 2017

By Karina Schulz Wharwood

Port Phillip Ferries celebrated its first anniversary last month after a successful trial year.

The ferry has become a regular mode of transport for the local community.

Port Phillip Ferries’ chief executive Murray Rance said: “Our initial commitment was for three years but we’re looking beyond that and when we see the results of our first year of operation, they are a testament that this is a reliable, well supported passenger ferry that the community has embraced.”

The privately-run ferries operate seven days a week and run between Portarlington and Victoria Harbour.

Since November 2016, the ferries have completed 910 journeys and travelled approximately 40,000km.

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