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Sydney Heritage Fleet < 1 mins read

Australia’s oldest working tall ship, Sydney Heritage Fleet’s James Craig (1874), is celebrating its sesquicentenary with a Parade of Sail featuring a flotilla of tall ships and other historic vessels on Sunday (18 February). 

WHEN: The Parade of Sail begins at 2 pm and finishes at 3.30 pm 

WHERE: From west of the Harbour Bridge to Bradley’s Head and return (see map). Best vantage points include Dawes Point, Mrs Macquarie’s Chair, the Opera House and Duff Reserve on the south side, and Bradley’s Head and Cremorne Point on the north side.

WHO: NSW Governor Margaret Beazley is Sydney Heritage Fleet’s Patron, and she will be guest of honour on board James Craig along with 100 other guests and 60 volunteer crew. 

For more information, contact James Craig Executive Master Peter Cole on 0419 691 084 or Bob Hammer on 0409 302 484.


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