Front Row Seats for Sydney to Hobart Race
Bring your own delicious picnic lunch and have front row seats to all the action of the 2009 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race on Saturday 26th December on one of Captain Cook Cruises Race Picnic Cruises.
The Race Picnic Cruises are being held on Captain Cook III, Captain Cook II and the Executive Rockets and passengers will be able to follow the start of the race and watch as the Rolex fleet set sail out to Sydney heads while enjoying their own picnic lunch.
Passengers onboard the Captain Cook III and Captain Cook II receive one complimentary beer, wine or soft drink, live commentary and free tea and coffee. All additional beverages will be available for purchase onboard (no byo).
Passengers on the Executive Rockets can bring their own beverages as well as their picnic lunch.
The Captain Cook III and Captain Cook II Race Picnic cruises depart from No 6 Jetty Circular Quay at 10.30pm and return at 2.00pm. The Executive Rockets depart from Pier 26, Aquarium Wharf Darling Harbour at 11.45am and return at 1.45pm.
Adult prices for both cruises are $79 with a special child price of $59 available on Captain Cook III and Captain Cook II.
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