The best place to catch New Year’s Eve fireworks in Sydney

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Sydney Harbour fireworks show

Sydney Harbour fireworks show

If you’re planning to enjoy an up close and personal view of the Sydney Harbour fireworks show, then Captain Cook Cruises might just be having the best seat in town for you. MV Captain Cook III, a cruise ship of Captain Cook Cruises, has been recently adjudged as one of the 10 best dressed vessels of 2012 Harbour of Light Parade by the Sydney City council. As a winning prize the much vaunted vessel has been given a big ticket to park inside Sydney Cove and watch the famous midnight Sydney Harbour fireworks show on New Year’s Eve.

The vessel will be given priority position inside Sydney Cove near the Sydney Harbour Bridge, along with 9 other vessels that have been adjudged by the city council and 9 more city sponsored boats. Announcing the winning of the prime parking position inside the Sydney Cove, Richard Doyle, Head of Sales and Marketing at Captain Cook Cruises said that this is a real honor.

To mark this moment Captain Cook Cruises has organized a New Years Eve cruise on board the MV Captain Cook III. This will be a night of nights with a sumptuous sea-food buffet dinner, an open bar, flowing local and imported beer, soft drinks, a glass of Moet & Chandon right at the stroke of midnight and a DJ who will be entertaining the guests throughout the night.

MV Captain Cook III

MV Captain Cook III

Priced at $890 per person, the cruise is available at a discount of 20% if one were to book it right now. The cruise shall commence at 7.30 PM on Monday evening December 31, 2012. Boarding will be at 7.15 PM at No.1 King St Wharf Darling Harbour. The cruise shall end at 12:45 AM on Tuesday morning on January 1, 2013. For an additional $59 one can get a guaranteed window seat as well to make this moment a special one.

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