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Sailing on a Tall Ship in Sydney Harbour

Enjoyed a Twilight Dinner on one of Sydney’s finest Tall Ships the Soren Larsen.

The Soren Larsen was one of the last cargo carrying sailing ships built in 1949 in oak by the Danish ship building family Soren Larsen & Sons from Northern Denmark. After carrying cargo throughout Scandinavia, Iceland, Northern Europe and Britain, she was lovingly restored and re-rigged in 1978 to the graceful 19th century Brigantine she is today, resting nicely in Sydney, for tourists to enjoy the rest of her days on Sydney Harbour.

Okay, so this one isn’t cheap, but for the experience it’s not expensive either. And makes for a great gift to someone (like yourself).

Tickets cost $117 each per Adult, which includes a two hour cruise on the Tall Ship around Sydney Harbour at Twilight, a beautiful 3-course dinner and drinks of course. This one is more about the experience really, but do be prepared to rock and roll a bit along the water. So, take some sea sick tablets before you board to make sure your night isn’t ruined by nausea.

It really is worth the extra dollars if you can afford the budget to spare for a ticket. There is nothing quiet like watching the sunset over the Harbour Bridge and Opera House whilst sipping on champagne and eating a beautiful dinner. Especially with the white sails of the Tall Ship blowing in the wind.

And you don’t have dress fancy for this cruise either – plus.


I am a freelance writer and content creator who designs website and manages social media. I also write travel and beauty for www.renaesworld.com.au, and a weekly beauty column for www.bondibeauty.com.au whilst managing my own personal travel and lifestyle blog at www.my-life-journal.com

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