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Sail To Lunch with Searoad Ferries

12 February to 30 November 2024 | Time: 11.00am to 4.00pm

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Contact Name: Searoad Ferries

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Departing Sorrento Ferry Terminal
Sorrento, 3943 Victoria

It's an experience worth sharing! Sail to lunch @ TARRA Queenscliff.

Set sail for an exquisite dining adventure with "Sail to Lunch" at Searoad Ferries. For only $69, Mornington Peninsula locals can indulge in a unique dining experience that combines a scenic bay sail with a gourmet meal. Your adventure starts with a comfortable ferry ride, offering stunning views and a selection of local beverages to purchase. Upon arrival in Queenscliff, you're welcomed into our architecturally acclaimed terminal, leading to the beachfront TARRA Queenscliff.

Here, experience dining redefined with floor-to-ceiling windows that immerse you in a beachside ambience. Savour a two-course lunch crafted by the renowned Executive Chef Michael Demagistris, whose "simple things done extraordinarily well" philosophy shines in dishes like house-made charcuterie and beautifully presented scallops. Complement your meal with a house wine or beer, enhancing the flavours and the panoramic seaside views.

Conclude this memorable experience with a serene ferry ride back to Sorrento, making "Sail to Lunch" an unparalleled blend of culinary delight and scenic beauty.

Not available Long weekends, public holidays, special event days, i.e. mothers/fathers Day.

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