James Craig Tall Ship Tours

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To say the James Craig has had a lengthy history would be a bit of an understatement. Its restoration process took 40 years, and before that it spent 40 years washed up on a Tasmanian beach. Despite that 80-year period, however, when the ship was incapacitated, the James Craig still spent 56 years of sailing out on the seas, rounding Cape Horn 23 times and serving her country in World War I when stationed up in New Guinea. Today, after all that hard work restoring the ship and saving it from the sand, she’s the Southern Hemisphere’s only 19th century tall ship that’s fully operational, regularly taking passengers for cruises out on Sydney Harbor and beyond. In total, the ship has 21 different sails and over 140 lines, and for an added fee you can scale the mast and experience swaying nearly 35 feet above the heaving decks. While enjoying a cruise on the James Craig, take in views of Sydney sights as you make your way out to the Heads, and feel the wind rushing through your hair like salty sailors of old.

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Sailing excursions on the James Craig regularly take place twice per month, with dockside viewing available at Wharf 7 at Sydney’s Pyrmont Bay. All children must be at least 2 feet tall in order to board, and passengers are expected to be able to climb steps and navigate narrow passageways.
Address: Wharf 7, 58 Pirrama Road, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 2009, Australia
Hours: Full day sails are from 9:30am-4pm, and half day sails are from 1-6pm.
Admission: Children: $60; Adults: $120-170 (depends on cruise length)
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