James Craig Square-Rig Sailing Adventure
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James Craig Square-Rig Sailing Adventure information
The James Craig is a hulking three-masted iron barque built in England in 1874. Abandoned in Tasmania in the 1930s, she was floated to Sydney and restored in the ’70s. Tall-ship tours beyond the Heads on the open-ocean swell take place fortnightly (bookings essential) and include lunch, morning and afternoon tea and a sea shanty or three.