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Sydney Jetcruiser

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by Todd Newton (subscribe)
Published February 6th 2012
Looking for some adrenaline before summer ends?

Or perhaps are you eager to go sightseeing around Sydney Harbour?

Sydney Jetcruiser
Cruising the Harbour

A thrilling ride on the Sydney Jetcruiser is needed to get the best of both worlds. An experience on the Jetcruiser will ignite the adventurous passion within customers, by the spin maneuvers of the jet as it shreds through the harbour.

As you first step onto the boat, the guides are very friendly as they smile and greet as you take that cautious step onto the boat.

If you endeavour to ride the jetcruiser, be sure to take a towel and a change of clothes as the ride can get quite wet, especially as the boat bounces over the buoyant surface of the water.

As the boat speeds along the forefront of the Harbour, you can feel the boat bopping up and down, making it feel as if you are riding on one large waterbed.

Before the jet performs its thrilling maneuvers, passengers will be enlightened by the sights that they will experience in the adventure. The Jetcruise glides through Sydney Harbour, often speeding, between key landmarks along the harbour.

At each destination, the tour guide offers insightful commentary of each landmark, including information on its history and its purpose.

Some destinations in which the Jetcruise explores is Macquarie's Chair, Woolloomooloo bay, the old Tic Tac Factory, Darling Harbour and Government House, where the Governor General resides.

For those people who love celebrities, the jet travels close to the homes of Australia's biggest celebrities like Russell Crowe, Lachlan Murdoch and many other high profile celebrities.

No other tour offers an in-depth adventure along Sydney Harbour from the Harbour Heads down to Balmain.

Sydney Jetcruiser

Boats depart from wharves in Sydney Harbour, just a 5-10 minute walk from Circular Quay Railway station, depending on what wharf it departs.

If you wish to experience the Jetcruiser, get in quick as the price has been cut in half to just $25 per person for a limited time. It may be expensive but the experience is quite worth it.

Click here for more details.

A trip on the Sydney Jetcruiser proves as both a thrilling but insightful experience to customers.

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