Premium dining on Sydney Harbour has been re-imagined

As Sydney starts to re-open and welcome people back to its beautiful harbour, Captain Cook Cruises has re-designed their famous lunch, high tea and dinner cruises on Sydney Harbour.  For locals and travellers looking to reconnect with friends and loved ones there really is not better place than on the iconic waters of Sydney Harbour.

Departing up to four times a day, the Top Deck Lunch Cruise is an exceptional restaurant experience. It’s perfect whether you are looking for a long and leisurely lunch or something shorter (90 minutes).  Friends, family, and colleagues can come together to enjoy plates of food and wine and finish with memories that last a lifetime.

The High Tea Cruise is a local favourite and reimagines a great British tradition with a uniquely Australian twist. The celebration begins with a glass of pink bubbly, followed by tiers of sweet and savoury delicacies and a selection of fine teas. The High Tea imbues a touch of opulence with the finest views that money can buy.

As we head into summer when the days feel longer and the nights warmer, the best way to dine is with a cool, crisp Australian wine and an early dinner on the water. On weekends in the Greek Islands, people can often be seen having a meal around 5:00pm. Sydney in Summer is the perfect time to enjoy this Mediterranean custom.  The Sunset Dinner Cruise departs between 5:00pm and 5:30pm, combining the best of both hemispheres. “Anyone dreaming of an overseas island holiday right now, will find their perfect fix on the Sunset Dinner Cruise” said Mr Haworth.

As twilight falls and a million stars burst into the Sydney night sky, romance is on the breeze. Couples can find their way to a secluded corner of the Star Deck and let the mix of music and city lights work their magic. Two evening dinner cruises offer a choice of four-course or six-course degustation dining, with the option to pair with a selection of wines.

All these premium dining experiences operate on Sydney’s most prestigious and newly refurbished floating restaurant, MV Sydney 2000. Personalised service is a key element of all premium dining options. Guests can also order drinks directly from their smartphone, making it a quick, easy and contactless experience. With departures from a choice of two city locations – Circular Quay and King St Wharf – guests picks-ups are every 90 to 120 minutes from 12 noon to 10:30pm.

With many large-scale Christmas parties on hold this year, the onboard private rooms are a popular alternative for smaller team gatherings, intimate family get-togethers, and friends reuniting to farewell the challenging year. The two private dining rooms each feature a private outdoor cocktail deck with views other waterfront restaurants can only dream about.

Prices start from $69 for High Tea or the 3-course Sunset Dinner Cruise, $79 for the 3-course Top Deck Lunch Cruise, $100 for the 3-course Brilliant Dinner Cruise and $179 for the six-course Gold Dinner Cruise. A private room can be secured with a minimum of 10 guests and an additional room hire fee of $350.

Captain Cook Cruises Sydney Harbour is a Covid-Safe vessel operator and restaurant. For further information and bookings, guests can book Sydney’s best new dining experience on the Harbour by contacting Captain Cook Cruises on T: +61-2-9206 1111 or visit

SOURCE: Captain Cook Cruises


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