Holy Ship Bar & Restaurant

Inspired by the undeniable allure of dining on the water, Holy Ship promises a culinary experience unlike any other. A seafood restaurant on the back of twin trawlers, there’s seating for 72 guests, with separate seating areas on the lower and upper decks. The vessels operate together and are able to relocate to different areas of the Broadwater for special functions and events, with guests ferried from Marina Mirage. When it comes to the menu, freshness is paramount. The seafood-heavy selection sources as much of the seafood as possible from the local fisherman’s co-op, and will only ever plate Australian-caught fare. The menu is designed for sipping and snacking and includes starters of olives, Tassie oysters (natural, mignonette, Thai style) and trawler prawns alongside charcuterie boards and saucy barbecue-pork ribs. For the full experience, opt for the Holy Ship I’ll Have It All!, which includes oysters, prawns, bugs and salmon sashimi. As for the sips, well you’ll be in excellent spirits with bottles of Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot and Charles Heidsieck Blanc de Blanc for the special occasions, through to beers, wines, ready-to-drink cocktails and frozen cocktails including a margarita and a cosmopolitan. Aye-aye captain.


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