Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Circular Quay, jet boating

These thrill seekers are getting ready for a jet boating trip around Sydney Harbour. The Shark Boats depart from the Eastern Pontoon wharf at East Circular Quay for a high speed sightseeing adventure past many harbour landmarks.

16 comments:

  1. Sounds Awesome but I doubt you would see much at speed

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  2. I guess they had already climbed the bridge so they are looking for the next adventure. Beautiful view in this photo!

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  3. Thrill seekers! You see more from the Manly Ferry..nice photo.

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  4. Great shot with color, composition and human interest ~ thanks, carol, xxx

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  5. Great shot as always, Jim, and it does sound like fun to me!!

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  6. Looks like fun for the adventurer. I think I would like a slower boat for sightseeing. Great shot!

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  7. Looks like they're in for a bit of a water bath.

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  8. I never grow tired of looking at that bridge. It's the one of the things I envy you Sydney siders.

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  9. We're thinking about going to Australia next November for a couple of months so I look forward to your posts.

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  10. That looks like fun, although I'd rather travel more slowly and get some photos.

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  11. I've never tried one of those racing jet boats. If I do I think I'll have to leave the camera ashore.

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  12. They all are in red :)
    http://www.womenandperspectives.com/2013/12/welcoming-sign.html

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  13. Great pics! I am off to the Botanic Gardens today to take pics:)

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  14. hee hee... «Louis» would be game for a spin in one of these boats - but would want to take a more leisurely tour with camera in hand afterwards. In any case, a colorful and welcome contribution to Sunday Bridges, Jim!

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