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Campbell's Cove The Rocks, Sydney ‎

2.5-Hour Evening Wine & Canapés Cruise for 1 ($119) or 2 People ($238) with Sydney Harbour Tall Ships (Up to $298 Value)

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Highlights

Sail on an authentic 1850s-style ship while nibbling on finger food and sipping wine; choose to help set sail and have a go at the wheel

Recent Positive Reviews

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Naomi
6 ratings3 reviews
2 days ago
An enjoyable harbour cruise with a great historical commentary. Host was passionate about and proud his city making the two hours interesting and enjoyable. Staff fantastic, highly recommended, a go to experience for out of towners and locals alike.
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Eileen
1 ratings1 reviews
6 days ago
Great day went to cockatoo island the guide was very knowledgable and was a mine of information. Given a glass of wine when boarding the ship and was offered several top ups, lunch was tasty and finished off with a chocolate brownie. Very enjoyable day
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Guest
1 ratings1 reviews
October 20, 2020
The cruise was great and the atmosphere on board was very friendly and jovial..
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FionaTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
6 ratings5 reviews
6 days ago
Absolutely love this company, I try to go out on the Harbour with Tall Ships at least twice a year, despite living in Sydney. It's such a fabulous experience and always is high quality, fun, informative and wonderful couple of hours. If you haven't done it - do it!
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Shikha
2 ratings2 reviews
March 23, 2020
They prefer to board dock at St Ives Steps, not at Campbell Cove
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FionaTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
6 ratings5 reviews
March 20, 2020
Love these cruises, I live in Sydney and yet always go 2-3 times a year on these cruises as they are so relaxing, informative and everyone is so friendly. Highly recommend.
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Tracy
1 ratings1 reviews
December 25, 2019
Be on time.... great food great company... great scenery!
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Margaret
1 ratings1 reviews
November 24, 2019
very friendly staff
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About This Deal

The Deal

$119 for a 2.5-hour wine and canapés evening tall ship cruise for one person (total value up to $149)

  • 2.5-hour tall ship cruise on the scenic Sydney Harbour
  • Premium finger food and quality Australian wines including bubbly 
  • Opportunity to help set sail
  • Opportunity to have a go at the wheel

$238 for a 2.5-hour wine and canapés evening tall ship cruise for two people (total value up to $298)

Highlights

  • Sail past the Sydney Opera House, Fort Denison, Garden Island, Taronga Zoo and Luna Park
  • Savour delicacies including vegetarian and gluten-free options served throughout the cruise; see the full menu
  • Experience Sydney Harbour aboard the city’s only authentic 1850s-style tall ship
  • Departs from Campbell’s Cove, The Rocks. Boarding is 15 minutes prior to departure

Menu items may be subject to seasonal change.

Need To Know

• Purchase multiple vouchers
• Maximum 100 people per cruise on Soren Larsen
• Maximum 80 people per cruise on Southern Swan
• Availability is subject to change
• Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time
• Cruises depart from Campbell's Cove, The Rocks
• Pick-up and drop-off locations are subject to availability of wharf
Standard fine print for all deals

How to Redeem
Valid to: 28 Feb 2021
• Book online: https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/sydneytallships/
(1) Select ‘Groupon’ and enter Voucher Code(s)
(2) Follow instructions and complete booking
• Present printed voucher on arrival

About Sydney Harbour Tall Ships

Sydney Harbour Tall Ships gives locals and visitors alike the chance to see a different side of the city in a one-of-a-kind ship. The family-owned business runs daily sails, corporate and birthday cruises, as well as Christmas and special event excursions, and offers up their boats for exclusive hire. Brave shipmates can make like a pirate and climb the ship’s mast for a bird’s eye view of the harbour.