Mornington Boat Hire Specials

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Re: Mornington Boat Hire Specials

Postby Brett » Mon Aug 10, 2015 9:17 am

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Re: Mornington Boat Hire Specials

Postby Brett » Tue Oct 27, 2015 5:08 pm

Mornington Boat Hire wrote:What a big weekend ahead!
Tea tree snapper comp, Halloween and the Melbourne cup.
At Mornington boat hire we want to get into the carnival spirit and helping you guys back a winning boat hire deal!
4 person tinnies 3hrs fishing $60 save $45!
4 person polycraft (unlicenced) 3hrs fishing $90 save $70
4-5 person tinnie 3hrs fishing $80 save $35
3 person stacer proline (boat licence required) 3 hrs fishing $75 save $35
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Booking essential (12hrs notice) and our standard terms and conditions apply
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Re: Mornington Boat Hire Specials

Postby DougieK » Tue Oct 27, 2015 8:19 pm

They seem super cheap don't they
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Re: Mornington Boat Hire Specials

Postby Lightningx » Tue Oct 27, 2015 8:55 pm

Anyone hired one of these before? Are they any good?

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Re: Mornington Boat Hire Specials

Postby poodoo » Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:24 pm

Yes hired from them before many times and very easy to deal with. Paul is a great bloke.

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Re: Mornington Boat Hire Specials

Postby FishnMiss » Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:41 pm

Yeah used them twice this year but their fish finders are a bit dodgy.
You should be good with the snapper firing up now if you go in the morning and head out near the mussell farm or a couple of other deeper spots (if the finder works).
They usually make you walk in the water to get into the boat (which in winter sucked), but if you ask them not to they can have you hop on from next to the pier.
Paul seems nice to chat to on the phone, unfortunately every time I've gone there are some youngstas running the place, so I've only spoken to him but never met him.
The young blokes are friendly and helpful but could do with a bit more maturing/customer skills.
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Re: Mornington Boat Hire Specials

Postby Brett » Wed Oct 28, 2015 7:10 am

FishnMiss wrote:Yeah used them twice this year but their fish finders are a bit dodgy.
You should be good with the snapper firing up now if you go in the morning and head out near the mussell farm or a couple of other deeper spots (if the finder works).
They usually make you walk in the water to get into the boat (which in winter sucked), but if you ask them not to they can have you hop on from next to the pier.
Paul seems nice to chat to on the phone, unfortunately every time I've gone there are some youngstas running the place, so I've only spoken to him but never met him.
The young blokes are friendly and helpful but could do with a bit more maturing/customer skills.


Have you mentioned any of this to Paul. I'm sure he would love the feedback.

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Re: Mornington Boat Hire Specials

Postby FishnMiss » Wed Oct 28, 2015 9:20 pm

Brett wrote:
FishnMiss wrote:Yeah used them twice this year but their fish finders are a bit dodgy.
You should be good with the snapper firing up now if you go in the morning and head out near the mussell farm or a couple of other deeper spots (if the finder works).
They usually make you walk in the water to get into the boat (which in winter sucked), but if you ask them not to they can have you hop on from next to the pier.
Paul seems nice to chat to on the phone, unfortunately every time I've gone there are some youngstas running the place, so I've only spoken to him but never met him.
The young blokes are friendly and helpful but could do with a bit more maturing/customer skills.


Have you mentioned any of this to Paul. I'm sure he would love the feedback.


No. Having never met him I'm not sure what he's like to receive comments.
Anyway I don't plan on doing a hire again (Last one I did with them was September as my daughter wanted to do something for me for fathers day).
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