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"Passengers must present an Australian Seniors Card at check-in"

 
 
Captain Cook Cruises on Sydney Harbour is offering NSW senior card holders and Australian national and state senior card holders, lunch and sightseeing cruise deals with savings of up to 48%, throughout the NSW Seniors Festival from 04 – 15 April 2018.

Seniors can enjoy a delicious Seafood Buffet lunch cruise and Harbour Story Premium cruise during the NSW Seniors Festival period.

The Seafood Buffet Lunch cruise takes in the picturesque sights of Sydney Harbour and features a hot and cold seafood buffet lunch, aboard flagship vessel, MV Sydney 2000.  The buffet includes fresh Sydney rock oysters, king prawns, succulent fish and mussels, plus a wide range of non-seafood and vegetarian dishes, desserts and cheeses.  A full commentary of the Harbour sights is also provided.

The Seniors Festival Seafood Buffet Lunch Cruise is priced at $55 per senior, normally $89 per person and departs daily at 12 noon from King St Wharf No. 1 Darling Harbour, returning at 1.45pm and from Circular Quay Wharf No. 6 at 1230pm, returning at 2.20pm.

The Seniors Festival Harbour Story Premium cruise explores the famous landmarks of Sydney Harbour and features fun and personalised commentary on the sights, people and history of the world's most beautiful harbour.  The cruise includes a glass of sparkling wine, Vittoria coffee to order or a selection of fine teas and a delicious mixed sweet and savoury tea plate.

Departing daily from Circular Quay Wharf No.6 at 10am and 2.15pm the two-hour Seniors Festival Harbour Story Premium cruise is only $27.50 per senior, normally $55 per person.

Book online at the Seniors Festival webpage: https://www.captaincook.com.au/sydney-harbour-cruises/whats-on-in-sydney/seniors-week/  and enter the promo code SEN-PEN at the check-out page.

To be eligible for these great Captain Cook Cruises Senior Festival cruise deals, passengers must present an Australian Seniors Card at check-in.

For further information and bookings, please contact Captain Cook Cruises on

T: +61-2-9206 1111, Website:  www.captaincook.com.au


 

"The Seniors Festival Seafood Buffet Lunch Cruise is priced at $55 per senior, normally $89"

 

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