Grand Final Boat Cruise - SOLD OUT!

 

 

THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN SOLD-OUT!

 

Following a successful sold-out boat cruise last Sunday,  we are now repeating our Seagull supporter boat cruise for Sunday's Grand Final at Etihad Stadium.

To set the atmosphere for the day, the Club has once again organised a Seagull Supporters boat cruise for up to 50 of our passionate supporters, such was the success of last weekend's cruise!

Departing from Gem Pier, Williamstown at 1pm, the ferry will be decked out in Williamstown blue and gold, cruising Port Phillip Bay for an hour whilst supporters indulge in complimentary food and drinks, both on the way to Etihad Stadium and then back to Williamstown post-game.

Upon docking at Etihad Stadium, supporters will then have a very short walk to the ground before cheering on our team. Following the match the ferry will then take passengers straight back to Gem Pier in Williamstown.

This promises to be a great day for all Seagulls supporters to gather as one, but numbers are strictly limited.

Don't miss your opportunity to celebrate Grand Final day in style!

To book your $60 seat on this fantastic match day experience, please call Rana on 9391 0309 or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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