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Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Front Seats to Royal Australian Navy Ceremonial Fleet Entry


Captain Cook Cruises is operating a Royal Australian Navy Ceremonial Fleet Entry Cruise on Friday March 13 at 7.15am to welcome the Royal Australian Navy as it enters Sydney Harbour. The fleet will be the largest number of warships in Sydney Harbour since the Bicentennial celebrations in 1988.

The ceremonial Fleet Entry will be conducted by the Royal Australian Navy with up to 20 warships steaming into Sydney Harbour accompanied by a Fleet Air Arm Flypast.

Fleet entry will start at the Heads of Sydney Harbour and then anchor between Kirribilli Point and Bradley’s Head. The formation begins at 7.30am with entry every 15 minutes by class. This will be followed by a ceremonial inspection of the Royal Australian Navy ships by the Commander Australian Fleet.

Captain Cook Cruises Royal Australian Navy Ceremonial Fleet Entry Cruise, aboard the prestigious MV Sydney 2000, includes tea, and coffee and departs at 7.15am from No.1 King Street Wharf Darling Harbour and returns at approximately 10.30pm. Passengers are welcome to bring their own picnic brunch.

Cruise prices are adults $39 and children (5-14yrs) $19.

If you can’t make the morning cruise why not view the huge fleet at anchor in Sydney Harbour aboard Captain Cook Cruises lunch cruise with a choice of buffet & a la carte dining.

The three hour thirty minute cruise departs from No.1 King Street Wharf Darling Harbour at 12.00pm and from No.6 Jetty Circular Quay at 12.30pm and adults are from $69, concession from $55 and children (5-14yrs) from $35.

For reservations and enquiries please contact Captain Cook Cruises on 02 9206 111, email: dine@captaincook.com.au or visit www.captaincook.com.au

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