The Captain Cook Coffee Cruise is world famous with over four decades of continuous service. The cruise began onboard an old farmile "Captain Cook" on Australia Day in 1970 - 200 years after "Endeavour" first sailed into Sydney. Then came along "Captain Cook 2", "City of Sydney" and the sleek "Captain Cook 3". Today the cruise is operated on a variety of the company's vessels all of which feature warm and comfortable interiors with exceptional viewing windows, a purchase bar and spacious open outdoor decks.
Individual morning or afternoon teas include traditional aussie sweet treats such as lamingtons and Tim Tams. Daily between November and March and on weekends year round, this cruise takes passengers through Main Harbour, past Middle Head opposite the ocean entrance to Sydney Harbour, turning past Manly and under the Spit Bridge to the upper reaches of beautiful Middle Harbour.
During the week the cruise focuses more on Main Harbour, cruising lazily past iconic landmarks such as the Opera House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Garden Island Naval base, the exclusive eastern suburb mansions, beachside Watsons Bay and its neighbouring nudist beach, Taronga Zoo, Government House, under the Sydney Harbour Bridge to the inner harbour, round Goat Island and into the entrance of Darling Harbour before returning to Circular Quay.
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