Listing Type: For Public Use
Description: Parks Victoria Public Mooring
Latitude: -38.074317
Longitude: 144.406317
Website: http://www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/resources05/05_1220.pdf
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Parks Victoria Public Mooring



Listing Type: For Public Use
Description: Parks Victoria Public Mooring
Latitude: -38.074317
Longitude: 144.406317
Website: http://www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/resources05/05_1220.pdf
Depth (Min):
Max Vessel Length: (Metres)
Max Vessel Width: (Metres)
Holding Capacity: (Tons)
Code/Registration No:

One Response to “Parks Victoria Public Mooring”

  • Max Nankervis finds a laid-back night at Limeburners just what the doctor ordered after a busy week on Port Phillip.

    With the buzz and excitement of Skandia Geelong Week over we headed north out of the Royal Geelong Yacht Club marina, and instead of turning right to head home to St Kilda, my two crew members, Trevor and George, and I headed about five miles north of Geelong to one of our favourite spots on Port Phillip, Limeburners Bay, sometimes known as Limeburners Lagoon. Rather than sail the 30 or so miles back to Melbourne after the last regatta race, we had elected to take it easy and spend a relaxed evening before heading home.

    http://www.mysailing.com.au/news/lazing-around-in-limeburners
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