Monday, April 26, 2010
Captain Cook's High-Tea at Sea on Sunday
It's High-Tea at Sea on a Sunday…
Due to popular demand Captain Cook Cruises High Tea at Sea cruise will now depart three times a week instead of two with the addition of a Sunday afternoon High Tea Cruise from 16 May to 31 October 2010..
Like the Wednesday and Saturday High Tea cruises, the Sunday High Tea at Sea will depart at 2.30pm from Jetty 6, Circular Quay and return at 3.45pm.
"We are delighted to be expanding our High Tea at Sea cruise schedule. Since its launch in October 2009, High Tea at Sea has quickly proven to be one of our most popular cruises." Said Jackie Charlton, Joint Managing Director, Captain Cook Cruises.
The High Tea at Sea cruise features a delicious High Tea menu designed by MasterChef Series One Contestant, Lucas Parsons and Captain Cook Cruises Head Chef, Dennis Yang.
The menu includes a variety of savoury and sweet foods such as Crystal Bay prawns on dill blini crème fraiche, porcini mushroom, chili jam and spec pork sausage rolls, caramelized onion, beetroot, goats cheese baby tartlet chervil, mini scones with strawberry jam and vanilla cream, glazed mango and coconut custard tartlets, chocolate dipped strawberries and assorted Petite fours and truffles.
The cruise also includes an extensive tea menu with 15 different teas to choose from and million dollar views of Sydney Harbour.
The High-Tea at Sea cruise is held on the prestigious MV Sydney 2000 and is priced at $55.00 per person which includes a glass of delectable bubbles.
For further information and bookings, please contact Captain Cook Cruises toll free from Australia on 1800 804 843; Int +61-2-9206 1111, Email: email@example.com or visit www.captaincook.com.au.
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