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Pass By: Sydney Harbour Tall Ships, Campbell's Cove Floating Pontoon, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
We will cruise past all of Sydney’s biggest attractions including Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, Fort Denison, Garden Island, Taronga Zoo, Luna Park and Admiralty House. You will discover Sydney’s rich history and some of the stories and tales behind these iconic landmarks.
December 31, 2016.
4 Towns Pl, Millers Point NSW 2000, Australia
6 hours 30 minutes(approx.)
Returns to original departure point
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
Not wheelchair accessible
Sorry - no Children under 4 on this cruise.
Sydney Harbour Tall Ships reserves the right to add, withdraw, substitute and/or vary advertised routes, prices, departure times and locations without notice if considered necessary for the safety and welfare of the tall ship, its passengers and crew. However, reasonable effort will be made to maintain arrangements as advertised.
Near public transportation
Infants must sit on laps
Most travelers can participate
Sydney Harbour Tall Ships will not be liable for any loss or expense incurred by a passenger as a result.
For more information, please call (02) 8015 5571.
This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 50 travelers
Posted By : SUE N
The experience of seeing the fireworks from the water and being part of the parade was amazing. The food drinks and service from the crew were second to none. The only thing that let the night down was it doesn't stipulate how many people are allowed upstairs during the cruise.
We were lucky and got onto the boat quickly so we got upstairs. Initially they said 45 could stay upstairs then that was reduced to 40 and eventually to 30 when we were stationery.
The Captain was very strict with the numbers even though the crew didn't seem as bothered.
It became apparent that this affected people downstairs as they wanted to come upstairs. Maybe they should sell upstairs and downstairs tickets separately.
The reason the Captain was strict on numbers were safety issues with the boat listing heavily if people were more on one side than the other to watch the fireworks.
When selling tickets in future perhaps it should be taken into consideration the safety aspects of the boat prior to selling the amount of tickets they did on the night.
My husband and a few others had to sit on the other side of the boat so other people could watch the fireworks going off to try and keep the balance of the boat. and keep