Sydney Harbour Cruises – See Sydney Harbour the way it was meant to be.
Sydney Harbour Cruises – It doesn’t matter whether you are visitor to this harbour city or been living here all your life, taking a cruise around Sydney Harbour has to be one of the most enjoyable experiences you can partake in Sydney.
Sydney Harbour is often referred to as the most beautiful natural harbour in the world. There is 240 kilometres of shoreline and around 54 kilometres square of pristine water.On a sunny day you can see a vibrant blue see with hundreds of sailing boats, ferries and cruise boats.
The central hub of the Sydney harbour is Circular Quay. This is where all the ferries, cruise ships and and charter vessels predominantly leave from.
Sydney Harbour Cruises – See Sydney Harbour by Ferry
If you don’t have the time to venture over to one of Sydney Harbour’s cruise operators, there is a really simple harbour trip you can do and that is take one of the Sydney Harbour Ferry Cruises across to Manly and back. The advantage in doing this is that it is reasonably cheap and you still get to see some of the most beautiful sights from Sydney Harbour. If you are going to do this however, make sure you don’t do it at peak travel times in the morning and afternoon as it is how a lot of people from Many get too and from work (sound horrible doesn’t it)!
There are many cruise operators in Sydney offering Sydney Harbour Cruises ranging from 1 hours up to around 4 hours. You can book lunch, dinner and even wedding cruises. Probably the most well known as you often see them down at Circular Quay is Captain Cook Sydney Harbour Cruises. They offer a range of cruises and you even get to have a bite to eat whilst boating around Sydney Harbour. Just make sure you take your camera!