New Years Eve Cruises on Highlander - $14,000 for up to 14 guests. $500 for each additional person. 18 people max – catering included – cash bar.
Highlander is an immaculately presented Cresta 46 that has been rebuilt from tip to tail with customer satisfaction and New Years Eve cruises in mind. The owner has redesigned, rebuilt, and modernised the look of highlander with his bare hands. The old fishing boat look has been thrown out the window and now with Highlanders crisp, clean paintwork she sparkles as she cruises down Sydney Harbour.
New Years Eve cruises are always fun no matter what boat you find yourself on but Highlander offers a night on board a boat that oozes character. It sounds cliché at times but when you are on board there really is a magical warmth that is very relaxing, and helps create the mood for your New Years Eve Cruise.
Sydney New Years Eve cruises are extended to 6 hours (Extra time may be arranged prior for an additional fee) so it is important to have a mix of great usable spaces. The cockpit, or rear of Highlander is covered with a beautiful teak deck and has plenty of room for guests to watch the fireworks on their new years cruise as the clock strikes 12. The outdoor space gives guests an area to be in the fresh air and take in the best of what Sydney Harbour offers on New Years Eve cruises.
Inside Highlander the saloon has black leather lounges, a table, a bar, and a plasma TV. The lounges are an important part of any new years eve cruise as during the 6 hour event your guests will want to sit down and relax at some point. There is plenty of space to take the party inside.
There is plenty of room in the kitchen as well so your new years cruise will be well catered with a great menu that includes huge platters of oysters and fresh prawns on arrival. Mains on New Years Cruises also include plenty of seafood as well as roast beef, chicken, and salads, and of course salads and deserts. A cash bar is run for New Years Eve cruises so you can pay as you go or run a tab.
The highlander crew are old hands at new years eve cruises Sydney so they know how to make sure your night is memorable and enjoyable. New Years Eve cruises are not something that people usually experience too often so having a great crew, with a great boat, will give you a great experience.
New years cruises on Highlander are best kept to 14 people but there is room to stretch that to 18. There is an additional per person cost each person over 14. If you cruise New Years on highlander there are plenty of pick up locations however the exact start and finish time can only be arranged 4 months before the big day as NSW Roads and Maritime do not open the wharf booking system until then. Usually New Years Cruises on highlander start at about 7pm and finish at about 1am.
If you are interested in hiring highlander for a new years eve cruise contact us for more information.