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Geelong ferry service

03 Apr 2019

Port Phillip Ferries is to start a direct service between Docklands and Geelong in December.

Running twice a day, the service will be performed by a new purpose-built ferry, currently under construction by Incat in Tasmania.

To be known as the Geelong Flyer, the new service complements the Bellarine Express, which has operated between Docklands and Portarlington since 2016.

Port Phillip Ferries founder and owner Paul Little said: “Since our successful trials last year, we have been working closely with the team at Incat to build a new ferry that will delight the expectations of our passengers.”

“The 400-seat catamaran will feature indoor and outdoor spaces, an on-board licensed cafe, bike racks, charging stations and free Wi-Fi.”

“It will deliver a unique, comfortable and reliable alternative means of travelling between Melbourne and Geelong.”

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