Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Sydney Harbour Top Deck Lunch Cruise. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Nice way to get a view of Opera House and bridge by water, especially if it's a sunny day!
My wife and I enjoyed the cruise. The food was excellent, the service without fault. The actual tour could have been more interesting, instead we felt that after the first loop the ship had become a ferry picking up passengers.
A very enjoyable outing. The views are spectacular, and the service and food were divine.
Enjoyable setting and meal, but not the 3 hour cruise advertised and expected. After 1 1/2 hours the cruise returned to Circular Quay to take on more passengers. When queried, the host said, "that was it, but we will be going back out over the same route again if you care to stay on board".
Tour was quiet. The description stated a 3hr lunch cruise, which was in fact two one and a half hour circuits doing the same loop round the harbour twice. Food was not great, drinks were reasonably priced for Sydney.
A fabulous way to see all the spectacular views around the harbour. It is a shame that the commentary is only audible on the top deck, which means that as one eats, this is missed. Good lunch, despite my dietary information being ignored.
Cruise was enjoyable, but food was quite disappointing. Also, lower decks had explanations on what we were seeing, which would have been nice for us as tourists. Would have been great to know in advance that there were a few drop off points.
We were given two tickets as a Christmas gift. An ideal gift for a pensioner couple who love outings. The food and the cruise were very enjoyable; however, we were not allocated the window seats that were paid for.
Trip shorter than stated on the site. Environment was a bit dirty, and noisy. Service was very slow...
The food was very ordinary, the service was impeccable, the cruise was enjoyable.
The food wasn't to be expected; however, the views were amazing!
This cruise was advertised as a 3-hr lunch adventure. It was two hours and after a quick spin around Sydney Harbour we went to Darling Harbour. Although the lunch was good, this was basically a ferry boat ride for a lot more $$. Tourist trap. By far the low-light of my three days in Sydney.