Mother's Day Cruise Magic!
Surprise Mum this Mother's Day with a special breakfast, lunch or dinner cruise on the picturesque Sydney Harbour with Captain Cook Cruises.
What could be a better way to start Mother's Day than on a relaxing Sunday Breakfast cruise? Breakfast includes a delicious hot and cold buffet selection including tea and coffee. The Sunday Breakfast cruise departs from No 1 King Street Wharf at 9.00am and from Jetty 6 Circular Quay at 9.30am.
The Seafood Buffet Lunch cruise features fresh Sydney rock oysters, ocean king prawns, succulent fish and mussels, plus a wide range of non-seafood and vegetarian dishes to satisfy every mum's taste. A full commentary of the sights of Sydney Harbour is also provided. The Seafood Buffet cruise departs at 12 noon from No 1 King Street Wharf and at 12.30pm from Jetty 6 Circular Quay.
The Sunday Breakfast cruise is $49 per adult and the Seafood Buffet Lunch cruise is $72 per adult. As a Mother's Day bonus, one child under 15 years is free with every paying adult.
If you want to give mum a break from the kids you can't go past the Mother's Day Top Deck Lunch Cruise. Indulge mum in a premium three course Australian a la carte menu including tea and coffee, with personalised service and ambient music, with a free upgrade to guaranteed window seating whilst seats last.
The three-course Top Deck lunch cruise departs Jetty 6, Circular Quay at 12.30pm and from No.1 King Street Wharf at 12 noon and is $82 per adult.
Cruise the harbour under the glow of the city lights on the Mother's Day Starlight Dinner Cruise. Enjoy a three-course a la carte dinner menu and an open bar of still and sparkling wine, beer, house spirits and soft drinks all for just an amazing price of $79 per person, normally $118.
The five star Mother's Day Gold Dinner is the ultimate 7 course dining experience that mum will never forget. The Gold Dinner includes priority boarding from Circular Quay at 6.30pm, a welcome Captain's Cocktail Reception, visit to the Wheelhouse, exclusive Sky Deck seating, sophisticated lounge entertainment and a deluxe 7-course degustation menu with specially selected vintage Australian wines served to compliment each course plus an open bar of house spirits, beer and soft drinks.
Dinner cruises depart on Sunday May 9 from Jetty 6, Circular Quay at 7.00pm with Gold Dinner priority boarding at 6.30pm and from No.1 King Street Wharf at 7.30pm. The Mother's Day Gold Dinner is $185 per person with a free upgrade to window seating whilst seats last.
For further information and bookings, please contact Captain Cook Cruises +61-2-9206 1111, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.captaincook.com.au.
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