Find out everything you need to know about Tall Ships in Victoria whether they are arriving, left or permanently based here. You’ll find the latest on events, fundraising, news and tour bookings.
The year that was…Williamstown Seaport Festival 2020
27 February to 3 March 2020
To reminisce, before COVID hit, and see great photos from this awesome event, visit Williamstown Seaport Festival.
This Melbourne Docklands-based tall ship gives people of all ages the opportunity to experience life on board a nineteenth century sailing ship. It’s a replica of the vessel that brought the first European settlers from Tasmania to Melbourne in 1835. For more information about the ship and current voyages see, Enterprize.
Golden Horizon is due to arrive at Station Pier at 0800 on 17 January 2022 – Departing 1800 18 January. This is the largest square-rigged sailing ship in the world with a length of 280 metres and 8,000 tonnes displacement. It is a replica of the 1913 built France II. This is her first voyage to circumnavigate Australia. Find out about cruising onboard.
The Ocean Education Centre
Engaging with the marine environment
Victoria has developed a project involving the use of tall ships in marine science and research, education, edu-tourism, and marine construction and training. To find out about our centre and what goes on, see current projects-Ocean Education Centre.
Geelong Wooden Boat Festival 2022
The Festival will be held from 11-14 March 2022. For details visit the Geelong Wooden Boat Festival.
To track Tall Ships and other vessels , visit Marine Traffic