Sailing through the Sydney heads, she will anchor at Athol Buoy near Mosman overnight, where passengers will be privy to prime views of the city’s Australia Day celebrations including the ‘Ferrython’, 21-gun salute and RAAF aerial display.
She will then sail back through the harbour on the evening of 26 January for the Darling Harbour fireworks.
“It’s the first time P&O Cruises has scheduled a cruise allowing passengers to experience Australia Day from the heart of Sydney Harbour and we think it will be an amazing day and night for all onboard Pacific Sun,” said Jenny Lourey, senior vice president, Carnival Australia.
I think the options that cruise lines are now offering passengers for increased flexibility with theming of cruises, special event cruises and short break cruises are fantastic.
It really does ensure that cruising is made a feasible option for everyone!
What are your thoughts? Would you consider going on a literal ‘cruise to nowhere’ onboard Pacific Sun for Australia Day?