Cruise was nice, slow cruise around Darwin, boat was nice, but this is not fine dining. Staff is in resort wear, guest down to flip flops, shorts, and t-shirts. Seating was very comfortable, lounging, however getting in and out of the seat was slightly challenging. If you split the $100 ticket into $60 for the sunset boat ride and $40 for the food you won't be disappointed. Entree had good prawns, oysters, some smoked fish, pasta salad, Asian salad, bread and green salad. The main meal was a piece of fish or steak, with no sides, however you could go back to the buffet for the items available on the entree to have with your main. The steak was about a $4 fillet from the grocery store, nothing to write home about. The fish was better. Desert was a small cheese cake and coffee. So you can eat your money's worth if you eat a lot of prawns. Even still the whole experience was nice and worth the $100 per person. Just don't expect you're going for fine dining. Say you want to sit on the top when you make your reservation, then be first in line to get your pick of seating. The port side of the boat will have the best sunset views and the starboard side will have the city views. Do not sit in the middle of the boat as the low hanging roof will obstruct your view. Also, it's BYO, and no corking fee.