All Boats and Sailing in New South Wales

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    Sydney Harbour Boat Tours

    “You haven’t seen Sydney until you’ve got your feet wet!” There’s much more to Sydney than the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.  Our city sits on the largest natural harbour and second busiest port in the world, so no visit is complete without a harbour cruise.  But at Sydney Harbour Boat Tours we do things differently, we’re a family business providing small groups with authentic local experiences, going to places no other tour operators venture and telling fascinating stories about our history and culture. Our guests see all the classic Sydney sights from the water, but we also visit the lesser known places where only locals go, and we’re the only boat operator in Sydney to land right on the beach, so our guests will definitely get their feet wet! We’ve been taking tourists on the harbour for eight years and have built a reputation for providing unique, personalised adventures (with over 160 five star TripAdvisor reviews and the 2017 Certificate of Excellence). In 2018 we added a European Sports Cruiser to our fleet called Spectre, providing a new element of class, speed and style to our private charter experiences. So, whether you choose a scheduled/ticketed tour or private charter, we’ll make sure you have a fun, insightful and unforgettable experience!

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    Thunder Jet Boat

    Thunder Twist (30min) With amazing stunts and incredible spins, get set for slides, twists, spins, power brake stops, sweeping fishtails and some really wild wave riding while taking in the big sites of Sydney! Extreme Adrenaline Rush (45min) An extension from our Thunder Twist ride, we will take you past the Opera House, Harbour Islands (Clark & Shark), and the exclusive suburbs of Rose Bay, Watson’s Bay, then onto Sydney Heads for a taste of ocean air! On return we’ll take you past Taronga Zoo and under the Harbour Bridge, by Luna Park Sydney.

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    Boab Boats South Botany Bay

    Botany Bay is located approximately 13 kilometres south of Sydney’s Central Business District. Botany Bay in terms of waterways has its source in the flowing together of the Georges River at Taren Point and the Cooks River at Kyeemagh, flowing 10 kilometres to the East before meeting its mouth, the Tasman Sea midpoint between La Perouse and Kurnell. The total catchment area of Botany bay is approximately 55 square kilometres, servicing as greater metropolitan Sydney’s main cargo seaport located at Port Botany. Two runways of Sydney Airport extend into the bay and Botany Bay National Park is located on the Northern and Southern headlands of the bay.

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