Sunday, January 10, 2010
Australia Day Sydney Harbour Spectator Cruises
Enjoy all the activities on offer this Australia Day with Captain Cook Cruises Australia Day Lunch Cruise on sailing catamaran, Aussie Legend. With guaranteed front row seats you will see the whole day's action including the Ferrython, Awesome Forces - 21 Gun Salute, Best Dressed Vessels Competition, Tall Ships Race, 174th Australia Day Regatta and Awesome Forces - Red Berets.
The Australia Day Lunch Cruise includes a fabulous festive buffet featuring a selection of seafood from Sydney rock oysters to mussels to ocean king prawns and succulent fish plus a full range of non-seafood dishes, desserts, cheeses and coffee. The cruise also includes an open bar of still and sparkling wine, local and imported beers and soft drinks.
The Ferrython is one of Australia's favourite free spectator events. Watch the whole race and cheer on the green and yellow catamarans as they race up and down the harbour, battling it out for line honours from Fort Denison, around Shark Island and finishing under the Harbour Bridge on Captain Cook Cruises Ferry Race Cruise.
If the majestic Tall Ships race is your preferred event, Captain Cook Cruises Tall Ships Race Cruise is for you. Support the Tall Ships as they race from Bradley's Head, finishing under the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The Australia Day Lunch Cruise departs from No 6 Jetty, Circular Quay on Tuesday 26 January at 10.45am and returns at 2.24pm. Early bird prices are adults $159, normally $199 and children (5 -14yrs) $99.
The Ferry Race Cruise and Tall Ships Race Cruise depart from No 6 Jetty, Circular Quay on Tuesday January 26. The Ferry Race Cruise departs at 10.45am and returns at 12.15pm and the Ferry Race Cruise departs at 12.30pm and returns at 2.00pm. Early bird prices are adults $39, normally $49 and children (5-14yrs) $25.
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