Rising from the depths of Bunbury’s Leschenault Inlet, a bully crew of 20 Anchormen have breached the water bringing rousing sea shanties and fo’c’sle songs to the South West. Having learnt the ropes fast, the Anchormen are rowdy and boisterous, valuing most their mates in the crew and only serious about having a seriously good time. When you are shanghaied to sea with them, be primed to sing along to a lively chorus about the trials of Jack Tar, his Buckos on the ship, his love of drinking grog and the ladies he left on shore. Take the chance to climb aboard and have the irrepressible Anchormen take you on a uniquely raucous journey back to the age of sail.