Treat your grandparents with a special breakfast or lunch buffet cruise


We know our grandparents love us and we love them back. Have you ever showed how much you care for them? Won’t it be wonderful if you get an opportunity to take them on a tour as a token of your love?

The National Grandparents Day is on Sunday, October 29, 2017, and Captain Cook Cruises invites you to take your grandparents for a breakfast or buffet lunch. It will take place on board the company’s much-admired cruise ship MV Sydney 2000.

Your Nan and Pop could start that special day by taking breakfast while enjoying the stunning views of the harbour. Or, you can take the entire family to the buffet lunch served with hot and cold items.

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The breakfast will have a selection of various items including cereals, bacon, sautéed mushrooms, eggs, croissants, coffee, tea, and more. On the other hand, various local and international dishes along with oysters served to the table at lunch.

The breakfast cruise will depart the King Street Wharf No. 1 of Darling Harbour at 9.00am and return to the dock one and a half hour later. You have to pay $59 per adult person while the younger family members (aged between 4 and 15 years) can get the entry for $39 per head.

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The lunch cruise will depart the same quay at 12 noon and return at 1:45pm. Another cruise will leave the Circular Quay Wharf No.6 at 12.30pm and return there at 2:15pm. The price for the adults per person is $75 and kids per head is $49 (from 4 to 15 years).

If you are not interested in any package, you can just take a regular cruise tour and enjoy the regular lunch, high tea, and dinner cruises. Visit Captain Crook to get details and information.

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