Cruise Sydney Harbour in classic style aboard Sydneys only authentic timber Tall Ship. Join the crew and help setting sails, or sit back and relax! Experience the fun of tall ship sailing, view some of Sydney Harbours most stunning attractions.
On board you can also purchase some additional experiences or click through here to purchase extras now:
The tall ships are magnificent square rigger vessels built pre 1950s that have up to three masts reaching over 24m high. The vessels served as flagships of the Bicentennial First Fleet re-enactment voyage from Plymouth, England in 1988 and are now the last of these heroic ships to remain on Sydney Harbour. 200 years ago, a timber sailing ship was the only way to discover Sydney Harbour. And it still is! Tall Ships have a bench seating on board, toilet facilities are available at the lower deck.
* Menu is subject to change, to ensure fresh produce of premium quality.
Please note these vegetarian options are not vegan. If you require vegan or any specific dietary requirements, please contact us on 1800 TALLSHIP when you book your cruise.
Ives Steps Wharf departure dates 2019:
You might want to bring sunscreen and sunglasses.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
The adult/child voucher price quoted is for one person, "for 2" voucher is valid for 2 adults. There will be a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 90 people on the ship.
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. We suggest 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, NSW.