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Captain Cook Cruises launches Sydney’s first ever hop-on-hop off floating gastro-pub and restaurant

Captain Cook Cruises will launch the city’s first ever hop-on-hop off floating pub and dining experience – the Harbour Bar & Restaurant – forever changing the way Sydneysiders can experience a day of eating and drinking on Sydney harbour.

Once a boat purpose built for sightseeing and overseas visitors, Captain Cook’s flagship vessel Sydney 2000, has received a unique facelift not unlike the rooftop bars, modern gastro-pubs, craft breweries and waterfront restaurants our city has become so synonymous with.

The new Harbour Bar & Restaurant consists of two distinct experiences spread across an upper and lower deck, offering guests flexibility onboard to easily move between an early dinner with views of the harbour, followed by an evening of cocktails with endless city views.

The new and revolutionary Harbour Bar concept will be open from 12pm to 10:30pm each day, stopping in 90-minute intervals at King Street Wharf, Darling Harbour and Circular Quay both collecting and disembarking guests.

Guests looking for a weekend of entertainment can forget public transport or even a traditional Sydney city pub crawl on foot, the Harbour Bar is the newest way to bask in the beauty of a warm evening in the city while also moving around the best parts of our harbour at the same time.

Our new restaurant will open during the same hours but will also feature live acoustic soloists and entertainment on deck from 1:30pm each day. Reserve a 90-minute sitting in the Harbour Restaurant and bookend your experience in our Bar with a fine Australian wine, a craft beer or a distinctly Sydney cocktail designed by one of our new on-board mixologists.

The new restaurant also features a redesigned menu that includes Australian beef, crispy skin miso barramundi and freshly shucked oysters as well as both vegetarian and vegan options.

 For more information, click HERE.

SOURCE: Captain Cook Cruises