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Boat Charters by Pelican Charters

Boat Charters by Pelican Charters

The natural beauty of Perth’s waters makes for a fine place to host a party. Jump aboard the 62-foot Pelican Charters vessel for a different way to celebrate a special event.

Cruise and party out on the Swan River from the City or Fremantle, embark on an island adventure out to Carnac, Rottnest or the Abrolhos Islands for some Indian Ocean activities.

Pelican Charters caters for day trips with entertaining out on the large back deck area with plenty of dancing room and seating. People can enjoy the views from the bow, relax on the fly bridge, or hang out on the marlin board platform at the stern and jump off for a swim.

All the party essentials are provided – lights, smoke machines, and TV screens for slideshows as well as top-of-the-range sound systems for DJs or compatible with iPods.

From corporate events to birthday celebrations and Christmas party functions, all are sure to enjoy the elegance of cruising in style aboard Pelican Charters.

For those wanting a proper getaway holiday accredited by the WA Tourism Board as Commercial Tour operators, Brandon and Pete are the perfect hosts with whom to experience seasonal fishing trips and diving safaris along Western Australia’s Coral Coast.

DETAILS

Where | Wherever you want – cruise the Swan River from Perth to Freo, or venture further out to Carnac, Rottnest or the Abrohlos Islands.
Numbers | The boat accommodates up to 48 people and can berth up to 13 for overnight trips.
Food | Guests have the option to bring their own food and have staff cook it, or caterers can be arranged to take care of it all. They can make use of the fully functional kitchen with hotplates, burners and ovens.
Drinks | Orders can be arranged to have drinks icy cold on arrival, or guests can BYO and make use of the two large 500L eskies on board, with ice supplied.

Address 5/1 Rowe Street, Malaga
Phone (08) 9249 1535
Email info@pelicancharters.com.au
Web www.pelicancharters.com.au

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