Sydney Harbour Tall Ship Dinner Cruise

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Sydney Harbour Tall Ship Dinner Cruise

This Sydney Harbour Tall Ship Dinner Cruise offers the most exciting venue to unwind from a day of adventure. Soak up the stunning views of this magnificent harbour as the sun sets over Sydney’s iconic landmarks – the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Enjoy dinner onboard a stunning tall ship, where you also get a glimpse into history with its unique insight that you won’t find anywhere else. After dinner, why not climb the mast of the Tall Ship and take in Sydney from a breathtaking new perspective? Whether you’re looking for a romantic evening or a fun night out with friends, the Sydney Harbour Twilight Dinner Cruise is the perfect option. Book your cruise today and create unforgettable memories!






1.5 – 2 HOURS

Minimum Age


Food & Drink




Adults 15 years +
Children 4-14 years
Seniors 60 years +
Infants (under the age of 4 years) can join FREE OF CHARGE and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. 

– Food is included in the price, see below menu for options.

– Mast Climb, 50% off when you upgrade your booking online.
– Drinks Package, free-flowing bubbly, wine, beers, soft drinks, juices and water.

BBQ Chorizo Slices
– Spinach & Cheese Triangles

Baby potato salad with basil mayonnaise
– Green leaf salad

Butter Chicken – Non-Vegetarian
– Potato and Pumpkin Curry – Vegan
– Plain white rice

Chocolate hazelnut brownie – Gluten Free

Please be aware that the crew reserves the right to prohibit anyone from participating if they deem it unsafe. If any of the below is not found out until on the day, you may not be permitted to join the tour and you may not receive a refund.

    • Children under the age of 4 year must be accompanied by a parent at all times. 
    • Unfortunately, due to the steep stairs required to access facilities on board, the ship does not have wheelchair access.

This tour operates out of The Rocks, Sydney Harbour, NSW.

Please check-in with the team 15 minutes prior to boarding, at address: Campbell’s Cove, The Rocks, Sydney Harbour, NSW, 2000.

There are 2 main car parks nearby:
The Clocktower car park, 55 Harrington Street, The Rocks, NSW, 2000
The Amora Hotel car park, 11 Jamison street, The Rocks, NSW, 2000

Customers are NOT contacted UNLESS the trip is cancelled, or the time and/or location of their transfer service is changed. If you don’t hear from anyone, please meet at the time and location stated in your booking details.

You will receive a confirmation email upon purchasing this tour which will provide you with all of the relevant information,

Warm clothing/ windproof jacket, sensible non-slip shoes (Please NO black-soled shoes). Polarised sunglasses are recommended for best viewing through the surface of the water.

Medication: (If you require to take medication throughout the duration of this tour, please remember to bring this with you. If you deem it necessary, please inform a member of staff, on board your vessel, where within your belongings this can be found).

Seasickness Medication – You may experience seasickness out on the open ocean. We suggest that you should speak with your pharmacist in advance of your trip, to seek their advice on seasickness medication. We will not reschedule bookings or issue refunds for those suffering from seasickness.

The Southern Swan is a 130ft three-masted barquentine, built in Denmark in 1922. Originally names Matilde, the ship was intended for trading with Greenland, but spent most of her career transporting grain to the Tuborg Brewery. She was renamed Pacific in 1926, Hans Christian Andersen in 1930 and Svanen (Swan) in 1938. Purchased by a Canadian Couple in the 1960s, she undertook extensive restoration sailing to Canada in 1978 to be work as a training ship in Victoria, British Columbia. Based in Sydney from 1988, the ship operated charters along the east coast and in 2007 she was bought by the Woods and Warne families, forming the company Sydney Harbour TallShips and renaming the vessel, the Southern Swan. 

The Søren Larsen is a 140ft Brigantine, two master square rigger, built in 1949 in Denmark. The voyaging Tall Ship has circumnavigated the globe twice. The ship was employed on the Baltic trade routes, hauling cargo throughout Scandinavia and northern Europe. In 1972, the ship was gutted by fire. She was laid up until 1978, when the hull was purchased by Square Sail Britain and underwent extensive restoration. On resuming operations in 1979, Søren Larsen took to the stage in television and film, appearing in BBC series The Onedin Line, the film The French Lieutenant’s Woman, In Search of the Mary Celeste, and Shackleton. In late 2011, she was purchased by Sydney Harbour Tallships and continues to sail in the South Pacific.

Both the Southern Swan and the Søren Larsen were chartered for the 1987-88 First Fleet Re-enactment Voyage, departing from England in May 1987, and sailing via Tenerife, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Mauritius, and Fremantle before arriving in Sydney in 1988.

Cancellations/changes to your booking must be made in writing directly to Salty Swims – Please contact Salty Swims  via email (, or Facebook (via the chat icon linked to this page).

Please be aware that refund policies do not cover travel, accommodation or any other associated costs. We recommend you take out travel insurance to cover unforeseeable cancellations.

What if the tour provider cancels?
In the event of poor sea conditions, minimum numbers not being reached or for any other reason, the tour operator reserves the right to cancel the tour. If your trip cannot be rescheduled to your satisfaction, you will receive a full refund.

What if you cancel?
Tickets are non-refundable but are transferable to another person for the same scheduled sail date and time.

If you wish to change your booking, more than 7 days from your departure, this is acceptable. 


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