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Boating - Cruise with the lady

04 Jun 2014

Boating - Cruise with the lady Image

If you’re looking for something a little different to do on a Sunday in Docklands in winter then why not enjoy a lunch cruise onboard the Lady Cutler?

According to Lady Cutler Skipper Jeff Gordon, the Lady Cutler is holding a winter seafood and carvery cruise every second Sunday through to August.

“It’s a great way of getting out on the water during the day,” Mr Gordon said.

Cruise guests are treated to a great meal along with great live music from Brazilian singer Ju Tennuci, while enjoying a different view of Melbourne’s port.

“It’s great for tourists and for locals who are looking for something a bit different to do on the weekend,” Mr Gordon said.

The next seafood and carvery cruise is on June 8 and then again on June 29.

And if you’re looking for an interesting way to celebrate a hen’s night, birthday or simply an excuse for a night out, you might want to book a ticket for one of the Lady Cutler’s themed cruises.

Last month’s Great Gatsby themed burlesque cruise sold out so you had better get in quick if you want to go along to the Winter Solstice Burlesque Cruise on June 21, The Blues Cruise on July 12 or the Christmas in July Burlesque Cruise on July 19.

For more information and to book a themed cruise or a seafood and carvery cruise visit http://www.ladycutler.com.au

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