Enjoy a thrilling 2.5-hour sail around Sydney aboard an America’s Cup yacht. Start from Darling Harbour then cruise past Milsons Point, Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Rocks, Circular Quay and the Sydney Opera House during a first-rate sailing experience. Have the choice to lend a hand to the crew or simply kick back and enjoy a new perspective on Sydney Harbour. If you want more action, upgrade to join the 3-hour Wednesday race against other Australian pros.
2.5 hours sailing on Sydney Harbour
Experience the thrill of sailing aboard an authentic America's Cup racing class yacht
Be part of the crew
Sail past iconic Sydney landmarks including Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House
Fantastic photo opportunities from Sydney Harbour
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
This is a great experience on Sydney Harbour. Hoisting the sails of a retired America's Cup maxi-yacht is exhilarating. The highly-skilled crew will make sure you have loads of fun and get you involved in as much or as little as you like.
Whether you’re a landlubber or an experienced sailor, you’ll feel the thrill of sailing aboard a powerful vessel that formerly raced in the America’s Cup. The world of yacht racing is normally the province of billionaires and elite sailors, however this tour gives you the chance to sail a world-class boat on Sydney Harbour.
Have the option to do as much or as little as you like during the sail. You can learn to work the winch, trim the sails and grab the wheel of the state-of-the-art sailboat as the expert crew demonstrates key sailing skills and then lets you try your hand at it.
Your crew shows you landmarks including Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and districts such as Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, The Rocks and Manly. Hear stories of Australia’s upset win of the America’s Cup in 1983, a victory that broke the United States’ 132-year winning streak, the longest in the history of world sport.
If you’d like to experience a yacht race firsthand, upgrade to the 3-hour sail on Wednesdays when your boat competes in Sydney Harbour against other topnotch yachts.