James Craig 2017 Voyage to Hobart [Updates]
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Our James Craig 2017 Hobart Cruises
**CANCELLED** Updated 11/02/17 – Tall Ship James Craig made it to Hobart this year, unfortunately, due to unfavourable weather forecast tomorrow and Monday, we have to cancel this Derwent River outing. We would have loved to sail but safety comes first. Our team in Hobart will still welcome you on board alongside Princes Wharf 1.
***We will contact all passengers by phone, so please stay tuned.
It’s not too late to join us in Hobart for the Australian Wooden Boat Festival and sail with us on any of the 3 sails below:
River Derwent Cruise
Sunday 12 February 2017
Soak up the views that River Derwent has to offer aboard a 18th century Tall Ship. BYO afternoon tea and a bar is available on board to purchase alcohol and soft drinks.
Boarding: 3:00pm at Princes Wharf No 1
End Time: 5:30pm
$50 non-member, $50 member, $40 child (12 -16years). BYO Food.
Sail in company:
Monday 13 February 2017
Enjoy a nice afternoon sailing in the company with the other attendees down in Hobart! A bar is available on board to purchase alcohol and soft drinks and we invite you to bring your own nibbles.
Boarding: 2:30pm at Princes Wharf No 1
End Time: 5:00pm
$35 non-member, $35 members, $30 child (12-16 years). BYO Food.
Monday 13 February 2017
Watch the fireworks that mark the end of yet another fantastic festival. A pay bar will be available on board to purchase drinks and we invite you to bring your own nibbles.
Boarding: 7:30pm at Princes Wharf No 1
End Time: 10:00pm
$45 per person. BYO Food.
To book your Hobart cruises tickets – click here, or call us on 02 9298 3888 during business hours.
About the Australian Wooden Boat Festival
The award-winning MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival is an exciting celebration of our nation’s rich maritime culture and one of the world’s most anticipated maritime events.
Held across Hobart’s vibrant and bustling waterfront, the four-day festival brings together the largest and most beautiful collection of wooden boats in the southern hemisphere. From its humble beginnings in 1994, it has grown to become the most significant event of its kind in Australia.
Along with the exhibition of these beautiful boats, the festival delivers a lively combination of incredible local food, live entertainment, music, demonstrations and displays. Don’t miss the Maritime Marketplace at Princes Wharf No. 1, the exciting Children’s Circus School at Parliament House Lawns, the Tasmanian Fishing Industry display, the International Wooden Symposium, the Shipwrights Village and of course the wonderful display of classic and modern wooden boats across the waterfront.
The MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival has all the elements of a summer celebration by the sea.
For more information about the festival, visit the website www.australianwoodenboatfestival.com.au