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Step aboard a classic tall ship vessel for an unforgettable whale watching cruise on Sydney Harbour. Enjoy the chance to witness the annual whale migration along the Sydney coastline and get up close to these magnificent creatures. A warm and hearty lunch will be served onboard.
The annual whale migration sees thousands of Humpback and Southern Right Whales swim close to the Sydney coastline. On this five hour cruise aboard a historic tall ship you will head outside the Sydney heads and enjoy the chance to see these majestic creatures with your own eyes. The quiet nature of the ship ensures a low impact on the whales’ environment and the open deck allows great unrestricted viewing for all. A warm and hearty lunch will also be served aboard.
For those game enough, you'll be able to climb the mast and you can even help out with the sailing of the ship to truly experience the open sea!
Ives Steps Wharf departure dates 2019:
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The price quoted is for one person.
All sailing trips are weather dependent, however they will not be cancelled in the event of rain. If cruises are cancelled due to extreme weather, the supplier will contact you ASAP to let you know. Cancelled experiences will be rescheduled for a later date.
Dress in casual and comfortable clothing that is suitable for the weather on the day. It is suggested you wear soft, low-heel shoes, a hat, wet weather gear if it looks like rain, and a warm jacket. White pants are discouraged and sharp-heeled shoes are not permitted.
This experience takes place on Sydney Harbour.