The Shearwaters are going to Mollymook.
The Port Fairy Surf Lifesaving Club (PFSLSC) men's surf boat crew are competing in the Australian Surf Rowers League (ASRL) Open on Friday on the News South Wales coast.
The team, which consists of Paul Buchanan, Scott Hetherington, Dean Dwyer, Shaun Murrihy and Greg Dalton, is competing in the men's 200+ boat crew race.
The team is hoping to go a couple better after claiming bronze at the Life Saving Victoria Masters Championships last weekend.
"We should have won gold at the Vic championships but we got robbed by the sea," Buchanan said.
"So we're quietly confident of making the final."
Port Campbell Surf Life Saving Club and Portland Surf Life Saving Club will have junior crews at the event.
Portland's under 19 boys surf boat crew is representing Victoria.
Port Campbell has the Piranhas competing in the under 19 male boat crew race and the Ravens in the reserve grade women's event.
PFSLSC enjoyed plenty of success at the masters championships at Lorne on Sunday.
The Firebirds crew won gold in the 180+ women's race.
The beach relay team - Nicole Dwyer, Megan Titmus, Brooke Green and Leonie Boyd - won silver in the 170+ women's event.
There was plenty of individual success with Leonie Boyd winning gold in the beach sprint (50-54 years), Brooke Green claiming silver in beach flags (45-49 years) and Nicole Dwyer taking Bronze in the beach sprint (40-44 years).
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