Views Of Sydney’s World-Famous New Year’s Fireworks With Magistic Cruises
Welcome to the New Year’s Eve Capital of the World
The Sydney New Year fireworks exploding in the air creating breathtaking backdrops is an amazing way to start the year! Being one of the major cities globally to ring in the New Year and with a line up of spectacular extravaganzas including the incredibly breathtaking Sydney New Year fireworks display to celebrate the end of the year, Sydney is without a doubt the New Year’s Eve capital of the world!
Make the start of 2020 memorable with one of the best New Year’s Eve parties in the world alongside over a million people on the harbour. The best way to spend New Year’s Eve is on board one of the many cruises that rove down the harbour- and we’re here to give you the lowdown on everything related to Sydney New Year’s Eve cruises!
Cruising into the New Year
Assured front-row seats to the spectacular fireworks display is possible only on board a New Year’s Eve cruise along Sydney Harbour. Choose from some of Sydney’s best cruises and embark on the party of a lifetime!
Onboard a Magistic catamaran Sydney New Year’s Eve cruise, experience the best of luxury cruising, dining and entertainment all at once. Book this 7hr 15min all-inclusive luxury catamaran NYE cruise with reserved tables*, waiter service, a deluxe 5-course menu, premium beverages, live band, DJ and dancing for an unforgettable evening out on the harbour!
What’s more, the three spacious decks on board are the perfect vantage point to marvel at the harbour New Year’s Eve celebrations. This catamaran NYE cruise is also a participant in the Harbour of Light parade! What’s that? Glad you asked.
Harbour of Light Parade
Immerse yourself into a sea of colour on board a Magistic Sydney NYE cruise- a participant in the Harbour of Light parade. One of the major highlights of the Sydney New Year’s Eve celebrations, the Harbour of Light parade transforms the harbour into a vibrant sea of colour.
The participating vessels are decorated with unique rope lights and the ships dance along the harbour in a choreographed pattern, and it’s quite the hypercoloured visual spectacle.