Sydney hens party cruises frequently asked questions
There is lots of questions to ask when booking Sydney hens party cruises, we've answered most of them here. Can't find what you are looking for? Get in touch with the team, we are happy to help.
How do I book a Sydney hens party cruise?
Firstly, contact us to find if your chosen date/time is available. We require a deposit of $1000. This secures your chosen time/date/boat. The remaining balance is due 7 days before your hens party cruise. Final guest numbers and packages can be confirmed at any point before then.
How do I pay for my hens party cruise?
We accept bank transfers, credit card payments and cash. We cannot accept individual payment from each guest. The primary contact will need to organise to get money off each person to then pay us.
I have guests with dietary requirements, can you cater for them?
Yes, please let us know before the final payment is due and we shall let the caterers know. We will do our best to accomodate.
What do we do during the hens party cruise?
That is up to you! We can cruise for the duration, find a bay to stop and anchor. It depends on the day and what you and your guests want.
Can I play music?
Yes, both boats have aux ports to connect your device (phone/ipod etc) with speakers throughout you can dance the night away.
What wharf locations can we pick up from?
Both Silver Spirit and Free Spirit can pick up from: King Street Wharf, Crown Casino, Towns Place, Pirrama Park, Abbotsford, Balmain, Cabarita, Chiswick, Drummoyne, Greenwich Point, Hunters Hill, Kissing Point, Meadowbank, Sydney Olympic Park, Woolwich, Clifton Gardens, Cremorne Point, Double Bay, Kurrawa Point, Mosman Bay, Mosman South, Neutral Bay, Northwood, Old Cremorne, Taronga Zoo, Watsons Bay, Wooloomooloo
Free Spirit can pick up from Manly. A surcharge of $150 per pick up/drop off applies to cover additional time/fuel for this location.
What do I need to bring for a BYO hens party cruise?
Serving equipment, plates/cutlery, cups etc is all included. You will need to bring your own food and drinks. We provide an esky to keep drinks cold, but you will need to bring ice. A small fridge is available to store food. If you are drinking alcohol during your charter, you must provide a substantial quantity of food to abide by Liquor Laws. By that, we mean a proper meal that's more than chips and dips or bar snacks.