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Australian National Maritime Museum

2 Murray Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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Join the captain and crew of tall ship Duyfken for a spectacular sail on Sydney Harbour.

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Cruise Sydney Harbour in style on Duyfken – the newest member of our fleet

Experience one of the rarest ships in the world while soaking up the sunset and sails on Sydney Harbour.

Inclusions

  • Three-hour cruise on one of the rarest ships in the world
  • Gourmet snack box
  • Selection of drinks (beer, wine and soft drink)

Important information

  • The ship departs from the south wharf of the Maritime Museum. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure
  • The sail is 3 hours in duration, with the vessel arriving back at the museum
  • Flat shoes are recommended (no high heels)
  • We recommend bringing a warm jacket in case of cooler weather
  • Professional and experienced volunteer crew will be on board to operate the ship so you are free to sit back and enjoy the experience
  • In case of bad weather, sails may need to be cancelled. You will be informed via email 24 hours prior to departure if this occurs
  • This sail is pitched to an adult audience and not designed for children. However, children over 12 years of age are welcome to join if accompanied by an adult.
  • Please be aware that there is limited seating and reduced head heights below deck on board.

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Australian National Maritime Museum

2 Murray Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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Refund policy

No Refunds

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