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The harbor city where beaches and urban chic live side-by-side

On the east coast of Australia, Sydney is (just barely) the nation’s most populated city. At its heart is a stunning harbor which winds throughout the edge, eventually breaking free into the Tasman Sea at the natural gateway between North Head and South Head. Today’s Emerald City is defined by the waves of immigration that have transformed the once British colony into a thrilling multicultural melting pot.

Sydney Harbour BridgeTaryn / CC BY-SA 2.0

Sea Sydney Cruises

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Sea Sydney Cruises

Cruising the harbor, a quintessential Australian experience

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Sea Sydney Cruises offers you a spin around the harbor in style. Their luxurious 52 foot Pacific Motor Cruiser carries two to ten passengers out at a time. Fish, kayak to a secluded beach, swim, or sit on the sundeck and sip wine, whatever you fancy, Sea Sydney wants to accommodate you.

Sea Sydney Cruises are designed for comfort, and the friendly staff are happy to offer you a fun-filled day of touring the world-renowned Sydney Harbour. Admire the harbor and coastline in all their splendor from a waterside view. See the website for more information. Choose your package. Then come, jump aboard.

Sea Sydney Cruises
91 Ku Ring Gai Ave, Sydney
61 2 9440 5889
Daily departures at 12:30pm, returning 4:30pm.