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water taxi transfers to MCG for AFL Grand Final

If you’re a true Australian, and love everything about being an Australian and your country Australia, then you’re definitely one of the people who wait for the most anticipated sports event in the country. Yes, we’re talking about the AFL Grand Final, an annual football match held under the Australian football rules. Celebrate this iconic event with a Yarra River boat cruise on Grand Final Day.

Every year, this match is held either on the last Saturday of the month of September or the first Saturday in October. The match is held at the prestigious Melbourne Cricket Ground(MCG), and the winners of the match determine the Australian Football League premiers of that year. If you’re flying in to Melbourne to watch the game, and want to spend the rest of the day doing something exciting, then Melbourne Boat Hire has exactly what you’re looking for, and that too at fairly reasonable rates compared to the exquisite service that you get in return.

You can hire a personal private boat without the hassle of a boat driver or captain, which means you can take it out for self-drive without requiring a boat license. Experience the amazing sights along the Yarra river and check out just what exactly Melbourne has in store for you. Also, if you feel that driving to Melbourne for the match will be hectic, then we’re also organising cruises to pick you up from your specific riverside locations to take you on a wonderful trip. The cruise will include a lunch and dinner package so that all you have to do is book in advance and we’ll make sure to have places left for you.

Melbourne Boat Hire will also allow you to buy gift cards that you can get your special ones for a cruise to see the AFL GrandFinal. The gift cards can be availed on skippered cruises to go see the match or for taking a boat up for self-drive hire once the match is over. Mark your calendars for this year’s AFL Final to see Australian giants going head to head on one of the biggest sporting events day in the country.