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The Harbour of Light Parade (we have been a participant every year in the past) is a stunning display of illuminated harbour vessels cascading down the harbour right from Cockatoo Island in the West, under the Harbour Bridge and all the way to Clark Island in the East. These boats are allowed in the exclusion zone, which is the closest you can get to the spectacular Harbour Bridge NYE fireworks.
This visual treat was first introduced to Sydney during the 1999 New Year’s Eve celebrations with the Harbour of Light Marine Lanterns Parade. From then on, its unmistaken popularity has ensured its place as an integral part of Sydney Harbour’s New Year’s Eve entertainment!
Clearview Cruises is not your typical harbour cruise. This cruise was designed to provide a smart and sophisticated Sydney Harbour dinner cruise experience. To reflect the decorum of this dinner cruise, we request you to kindly adhere to a dress code suitable for a memorable and quality dinner experience.
To ensure your Clearview dinner experience is the ultimate classy and quality dinner cruise, we request your cooperation in adhering to the minimum dress code of semi-formal. Men are requested to wear collared shirts, tailored pants or jeans, jackets (optional). Women are encouraged to dress up and wear a dress or other semi-formal attire.
We do not permit athletic wear (tracksuits or sweat pants and hoodies) thongs, singlets, beach wear, sneakers or gym shoes etc. Gentlemen are not permitted to wear sleeveless clothing. Ladies are requested to dress respectfully (no crop tops, boob tubes, bralets etc.). You may be refused boarding if you are not respectful to other guests by dressing inappropriately and not complying with the decorum of the cruise. Any customer refused boarding due to inappropriate dress code, as per the discretion of the Captain and Cruise Director, will be offered a refund. Refund will only apply to the refused passenger, not the whole group.