The MV Sydney 2000, operated by Captain Cook Cruises, offers a large sun deck, three self-contained dining decks and five ... More
Captain Cook Cruises
The MV Sydney 2000, operated by Captain Cook Cruises, offers a large sun deck, three self-contained dining decks and five private dining rooms. The fleet also comprises another eight superb cruise ships available for day and evening charter. Options range from sightseeing tours to the Luncheon Cruise, Sundowner Cruise and Opera Afloat, featuring principal Australian opera singers.
A great way to see all of Sydney harbor at a good slow pace. Got a lot of good pictures of the bridge and the Opera House. The buffet lunch on the cruise was very good. When in Sydney you must go on this cruise. A good view of the city.
By this cruise I can see Sydney from different way. The Sydney Opera House, Harbor Bridge and city skyline looks different from sea. I enjoyed my ride with a cup of coffee and dessert provide by Captain Cook Cruise!
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian
traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the ...
Children love to find their country of origin on this bronze, copper and enamel terrestrial globe, located on the shores
of Lake Burley Griffin. You can also trace the three routes to Australia taken by Captain James Cook, which ...
South Head and Watsons Bay Walk is an easy trail, with some steps, that takes about two hours. Explore the
spectacular views of the Gap by walking to the top of Military Road and following the walkway. South Head ...