Coral Trekker, Sydney Harbor Tall Ship 

10 -18 April

Lady Nelson Wharf, Horton Street (River End) 

The Coral Trekker is a 23-metre, square rigged, wooden tall ship sailing up to Port Macquarie and will be moored at Lady Nelson Wharf, located at the end of the Horton Street on Town Green. Touch the old timber of the ship and feel real maritime history with public access times throughout the visit. 

Experience sailing on this authentic and traditional vessel:

  • 1-hour sails 
  • Weekend lunch sails
  • Daily dinner sails

Tickets start at $15

For the adventurous ones there's the opportunity to join this little ship on one or more of its east coast voyages this year up to Cooktown and back. 

Visit here for ticket information or call 02 8015 5571.  

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Learning Opportunity with TAFE

Take this limited-time opportunity to complete a Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand Near Coastal) and complete your practical subjects while on board the Coral Trekker! 

Set sail in your new career as a general purpose hand with the nationally accredited Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand Near Coastal). This year you’ll have the opportunity to learn how to work as part of a crew, on deck or in the engine room on board the Coral Trekker! The Coral Trekker will be visiting Port Macquarie during April 2021 so make sure you don’t miss this experience to complete your practical training in a fun and exciting environment.

Enrol now to kick start your career on a commercial vessel up to 80m long, the licence will also get you one step closer to a certificate with the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA).

Contact TAFE here to learn more about this exciting opportunity!

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