Sydney Harbour provides the natural theatre for Vivid Sydney’s dazzling light display. Captain Cook Cruises has released an exciting program of Vivid Sydney cruises taking in the key
precincts of Darling Harbour, The Rocks and Circular Quay including Sydney Harbour Bridge and the sails of the Sydney Opera House.
Two of the hottest new releases for 2021 Vivid Sydney are onboard Sydney’s new ‘Harbour Bar & Restaurant’. First one is Vivid Harbour Bar experience by sitting in one of the comfy new lounges while lazing back and enjoying a distinctly Sydney cocktail range and live music, as the lights of Vivid Sydney sail by. Add a little luxe and a lot of bubbles come with upgrade to the Vivid Mumm Harbour Bar, iwhich includes 1.5hrs of bottomless Mumm Champagne and a seafood platter to share. The Vivid Harbour Bar prices range from $39 for cruise only, up to $99 per person including champagne and seafood.
Vivid Sydney’s most popular dinner cruises are back too. Family-friendly, 1.5-hour dinners depart at the earlier time of 5.00pm and are a great way to combine a spectacular Sydney Harbour sunset with the striking experience of seeing the Vivid Lights turn on from the water at 6pm. The 5.00pm dinner options range from $59 for a 2-course menu, up to $199 for a deluxe 4-course degustation menu with paired wines. The 7.00pm dinner departures give passengers three spectacular hours to be mesmerised by the Vivid Sydney lights. Massive viewing windows provide spectacular viewing from every table, while guests enjoy a superb dining experience. Prices range from $99 for a 3-course menu, up to $259 for a deluxe 6-course degustation menu with paired wines.
Short on time? One-hour Vivid Light cruises depart up to three times nightly between 5.45pm and 8.15pm, with spacious indoor and outdoor seating. Prices start from $29 per person and are a great option for family and social groups. “Captain Cook Cruises has been proud to partner with Destination NSW to provide on-water experiences for Vivid Sydney since its inception in 2009”, said Captain Cook Cruises’, General Manager, Nick Lester. “There is nothing better than seeing the world’s best harbour and its iconic landmarks illuminated at night from the water” continued Nick