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About Captain Cook Cruises:

From the Great Barrier Reef to the islands of Fiji, from the bays and beaches of Sydney Harbour to the outback vastness of the Murray River basin, Captain Cook Cruises draws on over 39 years of cruising knowledge to create unique and exciting travel experiences.

Captain Cook Cruises is a family-owned, Australian ‘small ship’ cruise operator and the recipient of numerous awards including Australian, New South Wales, Tropical North Queensland and South Australian `Tourism Awards for Excellence’, Fiji Visitors Bureau `Best Cruise Line’, and the Australian Federation of Travel Agents `Best Cruise Line’.

The company operates a fleet of 16 vessels, employs over 500 people and offers a choice of over 150 cruises weekly throughout Australia and Fiji.

Their vessels have hosted some of the world’s most prestigious events and dignitaries including Pope Benedict XVI for WYD 2008, the President of the United States, President of China, Vice Chancellor of Germany and members of the British Royal family; the American basketball Sydney 2000 Olympic `Dreamteam’; Incentives for Ford, Amway, Mazda and Nissan; the Supreme and Federal Courts Judges Conference; and the 2002 Commonwealth Games Fundraising Dinner with Ian Thorpe – to name just a few.

Captain Cook Cruises Ships:

  • MS Murray Princess, 60 cabins
  • MV Reef Endeavour, 75 cabins
  • MV Sydney 2000, sightseeing vessel, 700 passengers
  • MV John Cadman III, sightseeing vessel, 300 passengers
  • MV Captain Cook III, sightseeing vessel, 400 passengers
  • SV Sydney Crystal, sightseeing vessel, 80 passengers
  • MV John Cadman II, sightseeing vessel, 400 passengers
  • Matilda III, sightseeing vessel, 300 passengers
  • Executive Rockets, sightseeing vessel, 148 passengers
  • Elizabeth Cook, sightseeing and passenger transfer vessel, 198 passengers
  • Maggie Cat, Ocean going catamaran sightseeing vessel
  • Mary Reibey, Sydney Harbor passenger ferry
  • Anabelle Rankin, Sydney Harbor passenger ferry
  • Violet McKenzie, Sydney Harbor passenger ferry
  • Fiji One, 220 passenger sailing catamaran
  • Ra Marama, 100 passengers
  • City of Nadi, 200 passengers by day motor cruiser

Captain Cook Cruises Destinations:

  • Sydney Harbor
  • Great Barrier Reef
  • Murray River
  • Fiji Islands

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