It’s been 10 years since our first Boat Show, and we’re holding the biggest Pirate Party of all time to celebrate the event that saved the site from development.
FREE Admission – Vintage Boats – Fire Engines – Art – Museum – Cannons – Tours – Prizes – $5 Ferry Cruises – Food – Refreshments – and more!
From 10 am on Sunday 30th March at 82 Nelson Place, Williamstown (click image for big poster)
Live Music at the Pirates Tavern
- Sun 2: Jerry and the Springers
- Fri 7: The Long and Short of It (folk, country rock and originals)
- Sun 9: Two Dogs Band
- Fri 14: The Groove Tones
- Sun 16: Blackshaws Beat (popular rock songs)
- Fri 21: Barstools
- Sun 23: Bender (five piece rock band playing popular covers)
- Fri 28: Tuko (laid back soul music)
Welcome to the WMA
The Williamstown Maritime Association is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2004, with the aim of establishing a working maritime precinct called Seaworks on the former Port of Melbourne Authority site in Melbourne’s historic port of Williamstown.
The WMA established the famous Pirates Tavern in 2004, and has been managing the Tavern since then. Please pay a visit to the Tavern and learn more about our dream for a world-class maritime precinct in Melbourne. You can also help the cause by joining the Association, either via the membership link or by visiting the Tavern.
The Seaworks Foundation was initiated by the WMA as a body to oversee management and development of the site. The WMA works closely with the Foundation, with the maritime precinct as a priority.