The first stop was in Elizabeth Bay. The homes terracing the bay hillside made us dream one day of having a view half as beautiful as these homes have. Next we cruised around the peninsula to Double Bay with boats anchored in front of glass condos and dreamy beachside estates.We cruised pass islands in the harbor up to Rose Bay which highlighted the rolling hills of homes crammed on each peninsula.
We arrived at Watson Bay and disembarked.
One of the attractions to Watson Bay is a set of fish and chips restaurants along the water, but we were here for the view.But it was the view of the Tasman Sea from The Gap Park, situated at the top of Watson Bay's peninsula, that truly awed us.The park trail looped around the peninsula and had incredible views of Sydney's skyline and sailboats dotting bay on one side and the wild open Tasman Sea on the other. It was amazing.Boats could be seen everywhere. They were systematically docked at each bay.