Seven Islands Cruise

Group bookings only!

 

Let our knowledgeable volunteer guides take you on a half day tour of the seven islands!

The Seven Islands Cruise is the second installment of our popular Ships ‘n’ Shore tour. These are great tours for the Probus and community groups looking for a half-day outing.

The tour begins with a morning tea on board the 1874 Tall Ship James Craig in Pyrmont Bay (dependent on availability)*.

The group will then hop aboard heritage Motor Launch, Harman (c.1943) to tour the seven islands, Darling Island, Goat Island, Berry Island, Cockatoo Island, Spectacle Island, Snapper Island and Rodd Island. The tour will then end back at the Australian National Maritime Museum around 1pm for lunch where Yots Cafe can provide several lunch options  for $15 (discounted especially for our SHF tour) at your own expense.

This cruise is available on the 2nd Tuesday or 1st or 3rd Thursday of each month**, at $30 per head.

Minimum passenger numbers: 15 (or groups fewer than 15 pay $450)
Maximum passenger numbers: 24

Groups need to arrive and meet at the two big anchors in the paved area outside the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) main doors, at the western end of Pyrmont Bridge, Pyrmont at 0930 sharp.

Groups coming by public transport:
Light rail – alight at the Pyrmont Bay light rail stop (LH side exit) cross over Pirrama Road lights and walk to the ANMM (2 Murray Street).
Ferry – Darling Harbour ferry from Wharf 5 at Circular Quay and alight at Pyrmont Bay Wharf.
Rivercat – There are two options if using the Rivercat to King Street Wharf. First is to connect with F4 ferries (Green and Yellow First Fleet) to get to nearby Pyrmont Bay Wharf, or allow at least 30 minutes to walk from King Street Wharf across to ANMM.

Groups arriving with own bus:
Please advise us if your group is coming by bus when booking, so we can allocate a bus parking space

For more information and to book call our office on (02) 9298 3888.

Seven Islands Cruise Info and Terms & Conditions 2016

NB: All participants of the Seven Islands Cruise tours must wear sturdy footwear (stilettos and sharp heels are prohibited). On hot days, it is suggested that passengers bring bottles of water.

Please note that passengers will use steep stairs to board James Craig and to go down to the ship’s lower deck. We regret that wheelchair access is not available for this tour. Please contact Reception if you have any questions regarding mobility issues.

Seven Islands Cruise

*If James Craig is unavailable, an alternate location or date will be organised.

**Bookings may be available on other Tuesdays and Thursdays of each month. Please call our office for more information.