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TAKE THE CAR…….KIDS TRAVEL AND EAT FOR FREE*

This school holidays we are offering free travel and meals to all children passengers travelling in a car from the 9th to the 21st of April. Free kids meals are available with the purchase of an adult meal at the Queenscliff Ferry Terminal Beach Café before or after your trip. So if you are choosing to eat before you travel from Queenscliff make sure you allow enough time before the ferry departs to enjoy the beach views and the great food. Please note conditions apply to “kids travel and eat free”
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FUN SCHOOL HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES ONBOARD
Make these school holidays fun!  Touch a Star Fish, learn a magic trick or have your face painted…  These School Holidays there is something new on board your Ferries… Check out the timetable of on-board Children’s activities.
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Plan your next school excursion and make it a trip the students will remember!
Whether your school is enjoying the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas or the Great Ocean Road, an adventure crossing our magnificent Bay gives children the opportunity to view the Victorian coastline from a whole new perspective.
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Our Vessels

There are two vessels which operate between Queenscliff and Sorrento criss crossing the Bay 24 times a day. The twin hull vessels are specially designed to operate in all weather conditions ensuring consistency of service for our customers. Each vessel holds approximately 80 vehicles and 700 passengers.


The MV Queenscliff
Built in Port Lincoln, South Australia in 1993

Technical Specifications
The “Queenscliff”, built in 1993 in Port Lincoln, South Australia, by Port Lincoln Ship Construction Pty Ltd, is a catamaran-design vessel which ensures maximum stability and passenger comfort.

Length on deck: 60.10 metres
Length between perpendiculars: 54.00 metres
Moulded breadth: 16.4 metres
Depth to main deck: 4.2 metres
Draft: 2.3 metres
Displacement (loaded): 950 tonnes
Fuel: 80,000 litres
Fresh Water: 14,000 litres
Sullage: 14,000 litres
Ballast: 140,000 litres

Vehicle Capacity
Main Deck: 56 cars or a combination of 30 cars & 7 tourist buses or trucks
Mezzanine Deck: 24 Cars
Passenger Capacity: 700
Service Speed: 11 knots

Engines: 2x KTA38


The MV Sorrento
Built in Launceston, Tasmania in 2001

Technical Specifications
Length: 61.4 metres
Length waterline: 57.0 metres
Beam: 17.4 metres
Depth to main deck: 4.5 metres
Draft: 2.3 metres
Displacement (loaded): 750 tones
Tonnage: 3,200 GRT
Fuel: 80,000 litres
Main Engines: 2 x Cummins KTA38-M2, 1300hp at 1800rpm
Propulsion Thrusters: 2 x Ulstein Aquamaster US1201 CRP Azimuth
Side Thrusters: 2 x Kamewa Ulstein 45 TV controllable pitch; 300kw/18
Auxillary Engines Motor: Cummins KTA38/Onan 837 for bow thruster
Generators 2 x Cummins 6BT 5.9 G2M gensets

Vehicle Capacity
Main Deck: 56 cars or a combination of 30 cars & 7 tourist buses or trucks
Mezzanine Deck: 24 Cars
Passenger Capacity: 700
Service Speed: 11 knots

Builder Peninsula Searoad Charters Pty Ltd
Sub Builder Southern Marine Shiplift Pty Ltd
Designer Seward Martime
Construction Steel hulls & decks, steel & aluminium superstructure

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