M V Radar Sydney.

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The MV Radar has the longest active ferry record on Sydney Harbour. After World War II, she was purpose built to transport passengers all around Sydney Harbour. Cruises for hire have been her trade since retiring from ferry service. She still retains her early classic ferry boat lines and livery, but has been modernised to provide any manner of charter from Sydney Harbor lunch cruises to performing as a New Years Eve boat. The MV Radar’s specifications and harbour boat cruise accommodations are: 20 metre length Purpose built to accommodate up to 200 passengers Two ample viewing decks fore and aft Large serving area for 50-150 guests Luncheon and finger food menus Dance floor

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