With only 64 guests allowed access to the Azure Deck, you can cruise in comfort with absolutely no over-crowding. You will enjoy shared reserved tables of eight with full waiter service during the entire duration of the cruise. Azure Deck guests have access to the Sydney Showboat main deck and all the outer decks to enjoy the live cabaret show and all the spell-binding Sydney Harbour New Year’s Eve activities.
The Azure Deck New Year’s Eve cruise promises an evening full of fun as you dance your way into the New Year with a DJ playing rocking party music. The family fireworks and the midnight fireworks are the most looked-forward to event on New Year’s Eve, and the Showboat viewing decks offer roving views of the fireworks spectacle.
Sydney Showboats is also part of the Harbour of Lights Parade for NYE 2018 parade. Watch and enjoy the cascade of vessels trimmed with orange rope light as they cruise down the harbour from the decks of the Showboat.
Treat yourself to an Azure Deck Sydney NYE cruise aboard the Showboat and bring in the New Year in all pomp and gaiety!
DRESS CODE: Recommended dress code for the New Year’s Cruise is semi-formal. Men are recommended to wear collared shirts and jackets. Women are encouraged to dress up and wear a dress or other formal attire. Strictly no shorts, singlets, thongs, beach wear, sneakers, tennis shoes or other casual attire is permitted. You may be refused entry and no refund will be provided.
* All of our special event cruises are usually in high demand and fully booked prior to cruise date. The seating arrangements on board various cruises are planned by our Cruise Directors well in advance. If you have any special requests to be seated next to a particular group/friends booked on the same cruise, please advise us 7 days prior to cruise date.
* Beverage service for the duration of the cruise: Service begins from boarding (a selection of beer, wine & soft drinks) and stops 15 minutes prior to the end of cruise
* Odd number bookings (e.g.1, 3, 5, 7 guests) may be subject to shared tables