Christmas Buffet in July and December

Christmas Buffet in July and Christmas buffet in December

Join the crew of the M V Lady Kendall as they cruise
the magnificent Brisbane Waters for an enjoyable morning or afternoon buffet, music, a sing along all whilst remembering the reason for the season. Santa will be paying a visit.

The Lady Kendall II is 106 ft in length and is the last of the mini liners. The vessel’s seating is custom built soft furnishing in booth style layout and all undercover.
With seven different passenger areas spread over 3 deck levels, just exploring the ships layout can be quite rewarding.
Summer or winter the fun begins with the vessel departing Gosford wharf at 10.15 am or Woy Woy Wharf at 10 35am. Or the afternoon lunch cruise departs Woy Woy 12.10 pm or Gosford at 1 pm.

As you join the crew of the M V Lady Kendall II you commence the journey of a life time, layback, relax, you may wish to purchase a cup of tea or a glass of wine from our on board bar.
The Lady Kendall cruises through the Brisbane Waters where you will observe a blend of residential areas and hinterland. The fast currents at the Rip Bridge caused by the change of tide do not even sway the M .V. Lady Kendall.

Those of you that have an eye for quality real estate will marvel at some of our breath taking waterfront homes.
We view the only place in the world where five independent waterways meet, at the same time as we head into Broken Bay.
The first recorded sighting of Broken Bay was in 1770 when Captain Cook grandly dismissed it as “some broken land that appeared to form a bay”.
Look for beautiful Lion Island, named because the silhouette formed by its distinctive shape.
Santa will make a quick visit followed by a delicious buffet lunch consisting of Beef, Chicken, gravy, hot potato bake and a variety of fresh salads together with crusty bread.
Choice of pudding served with custard and torte for dessert. Tea and coffee served after desert. Menu maybe subject to change

Adult $47.00 Concession $46.00, children $31.00

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