Published: 15 April 2015 by: Nichola Davies

Hop aboard Captain Cook Cruises' new catamaran Maggie for an exciting whale watching experience in Sydney. 

Their whale watching season will operate from May 16 until November 1, giving you plenty of time to arrange your trip. And you'll want to knowing that they have a 99% success rate as well as the guarantee that if you don't spot a whale, you'll get to cruise again for free. 

On the journey you will see some of the spectacular Sydney sights including the Sydney Opera House, Fort Denison and the spectacular bays of Syndey Harbour. 

According to the head of sales and marketing at Captain Cook Cruises, the whales that watchers could spot are Humpbacks, Southern Right Wales as well as Killer and Minke whales (if you're lucky). 

Maggie is equipped with two passenger decks and spacious outdoor and indoor viewing areas, ensuring you get up close and personal with these majestic mammals.

For the wildlife enthusiasts out there, Captain Cook Cruises is offering a Taronga Zoo and whale watching cruise combo deal which includes a ferry to Taronga Zoo from Circular Quay or Darling Harbour, entry to the zoo, a trip on the Sky Safari cable car and of course a whale watching cruise departing from Taronga Zoo.

PRICE: Book before July 31 and get a ticket for only $49. Ticket prices are normally $65 per adult, $49 concession and $40 per child (5-14yrs).

THE FINER DETAILS: Whale watching cruises will operate daily from Jetty 6, Circular Quay, departing at 1.30pm and returning at 4.15pm. An additional morning cruise will operate on Saturday and Sundays departing at 10.15am and returning at 1.00pm.

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