Victoria and Alfred Waterfront Aerial Photo
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The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront Waterfront experience is primarily a maritime one. Our working harbor caters for a wide range of vessels and yachts via two deep water passenger vessel berths, super yacht berths and a multitude of private floating marina berths. The local fishing industry occupies some 60% of the harbor and provides visitors with a vibrant and ever-changing backdrop of tug boats, ferries, fishing vessels, charter boats and marine life.
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