I sprung for the expensive Captain's Upper Deck. Service, seating, views and food was great but at least I had a cappuccino to start with while everyone else was sinking champagne at 7:30am (I joined them soon after).
We had a windy day that maybe reduced the majesty of the river but it did mean that the first leg going out to the heads was amazing - wind so strong you could barely get the doors to the deck open. The other places (up the river and to Sarah Island) were beautiful but being on the tour detracted from it - 200 people trudging along a boardwalk and following hokey guides around Sarah Island (I ignored the guides and went off exploring the whole place, much of which is cordoned off). It's the thing to do in Strahan though (I wanted to also do the seaplane flight up the river that afternoon but the weather was too bad).
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