Barefoot Charters on Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour Luxury Boat Hire & Yacht Charters for events, cruises & parties.

SYDNEY HARBOUR LUXURY BOAT HIRE & YACHT CHARTERS FOR EVENTS, CRUISES & PARTIES

Onboard gormet catering

Captains Gormet BBQ
$25* per head

Cooked for you by  captain Dean. 

- Gourmet sausages

-Roast corn cobs

- Marinated lamb and vegetable kebabs

- Fresh salads

- Crunchy bread rolls

- Seasonal fruit platter

- Cheese platter on arrival

* Add prawns and seafood for an extra $10pp

** Some items may change due to season or availability and quality.

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Party food canapé menu $30 per head

-Mixed Mini Wraps (eg: turkey and Brie, pastrami and pickle, salami and provolone, chicken and Jarlsberg)

-Australian Smoked Salmon Bilnis

 -Sushi platters (vegetarian, chicken , salmon and beef options)

 -Bocincini , Cherry Tomato and Basil Skewers with Balsamic Glaze

 -Homemade Mini Quiches Bacon and Dill, Beetroot and Spinach topped with Harissa Hummus

 -Fresh Seasonal Fruit Platters

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Captains Gormet BBQ with Seafood
$35* per head

Cooked for you by  captain Dean. 

-Chilled whole cooked king prawns with Lemon

- gourmet sausages

-Roast corn cobs

-BBQ garlic lime and butter Calamari

- Marinated lamb and vegetable kebabs

- Fresh salads

- Crunchy bread rolls

- Seasonal fruit platter

- Cheese platter on arrival

* Some items may change due to season or availability and quality.

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Gourmet canapé menu $40per head

 Extravagant Cheese Platter

( Brie, blue cheese, smoked cheddar , prosciutto, salami, dips, olives and figs) with crackers

 -Bocincini , Cherry Tomato and Basil Skewers with Balsamic Glaze

 - Australian smoked salmon blinis

 -Fresh local Oysters served with a Vinaigrette

 -Fresh local Cooked Whole Tiger Prawns platters served Lemon And Limes

 -Assortment of Homemade Dessert platter including: Lemon Custard Tarts topped with Fresh Fruit and Petite Cupcakes

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Barefoot Charters. All rights reserved 2015.  Photography by Dean Cropp and Brendan Smith.