What ship is in Sydney Harbour today?
Sydney Harbour is a busy working harbour for all its natural beauty, iconic man-made attractions, pretty harbour beaches and harbour-hugging mansions with exclusive addresses.
Under the sparkling surface of Sydney Harbour are deep shipping channels with daily traffic of ships and sea vessels arriving and departing the harbour.
Darting across the water from Circular Quay to ferry stops along Sydney Harbour and as far north as Manly or as far west as Parramatta, filled with commuters, day trippers and travellers are the Sydney Ferries.
Under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, an invisible transit zone keeps water traffic moving through this vital area of the harbour, adjoining the city centre, to stop boats from stopping (or drifting) under the bridge.
Added to that is the pleasure craft, the super yachts of the rich and famous, the motor cruisers, yachts, motor boats and the boats offering local harbour cruises like Captain Cook Cruises.
It takes a lot of management by the NSW government to keep the harbour seamlessly safe for all, something you don’t see (or need to worry about) when you visit Sydney Harbour and enjoy the beauty of the best harbour in the world.