Whether it be organising a function for Fathers day or a gift voucher for our self-drive vessels.
Sometimes, it becomes difficult trying to figure out what to do for dad on fathers day. We have listed some great options for you to share with the family to show how much you love your dad.
Pontoon Boat Hire
If dad doesn’t have his boat license but loves his fishing, then consider purchasing him a fathers day gift cards for him to spend his day out on Sydney Harbour. Our pontoon vessels are hire and drive which means he can captain his own boat. Our pontoon vessels start at $145 for 2 hours. Check out more information and prices here.
Private Harbour Cruise
Celebrate fathers day with grand dad and the whole family on a private harbour cruise. A great way to bring the family together and enjoy their favorite drinks would be to organise a private boat charter. We have a range of vessels depending on style and costs, like catamarans and superyachts. Vessels that are extremely affordable and others that will really make a stance on Sydney Harbour. All of our vessels also include some catering options which means that we can deal with the headache of organising the food while you and your family can celebrate fathers day.
Treat dad with an adrenaline filled fishing charter with some mates for fathers day. Avalon, Wahoo & Pisces are 3 well-known fishing boats that have made their name on Sydney Harbour waters. These 3 vessels are known to catch some of Sydney’s might King Fish, Yelllow Fin Tuna & Blue Marlin. Speak to our team today about some fishing charter options we have available!
Cruiseabout Self-drive Boat Hire
If pop has his own boat licence then we guarantee he’d love our Quintrex Cruiseabout. This fun, safe & fast self drive boat is an awesome way to treat dad and also enjoy the day with him. Our rates include fuel, towing, boat launching & cleaning of the vessel which means it’s a jump on jump off process. starting from $450, our Cruiseabout can drive anywhere from Ryde Bridge to Clifton Garden (excludes NSW restricted zones)