Book Direct with the Owner at Sydney Harbour Sip And Sail Twilight Cruise with Accommodation ACT in Sydney, for all your Attraction and travel needs.
Set sail aboard a beautiful 58 foot sailing yacht for a memorable sunset cruise on Sydney Harbour.Â Enjoy some local organic wines accompanied by a a gourmet cheese platter while you sail past the Sydney Opera House and under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and soak up views of the sun setting over the city.
â€¢ Board Pilgrim at Rose Bay at 5.45pm sharp
â€¢ Enjoy a selection of Tamburlaine Organic Wines (no red wines), beer or soft drinks accompanied by a delicious cheese platter
â€¢ Pull out sail and enjoy the peace (wind permitting)
â€¢ Sail past the Sydney Opera House and under the Sydney Harbour Bridge
â€¢ Other sights can be included on request (time permitting)
â€¢ Watch the lights come up and the sun go down over the city
â€¢ Return to Rose BayÂ at approximately 7.45pm
Your sunset sail begins at Rose Bay,Â Sydney where your hosts for the evening Clare and Paul will welcome you aboard a beautiful 58 foot sailing yacht, Pilgrim.
After a full briefing to ensure all guests feel comfortable and safe you will head out into the Harbour and pull up sails.Â
Pilgrim is the perfect yacht for a sunset cruise. She's stable and very comfortable with a large foredeck and two cockpits - so plenty of seating and space for you to spread out and relax.
The number of guests is kept to a minimum to ensure a very personal service to you - whether you want to learn about sailing, have a go a helming the boat or just sit back and relax.
On board there is selection of Tamburlaine Organic Wines (note: no red wine) for guests to enjoy. Alternatively if youâ€™re a non-wine drinker, beer and soft drinks are available too.
There is also a selection of delicious cheeses and accompaniments to enjoy with your drinks as you relax and enjoy views of the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge & other Sydney highlights.
Enjoy the peace as Pilgrim glides around the harbor while you watch the sun set over the city on the way back toÂ Rose Bay.