ROSMAN CRUISES, the most distinctive charter vessels on Sydney Harbour, have recently taken starring roles in two prestige film and television productions - hit Channel Ten reality show The Bachelor, and Australian cinema feature Ladies in Black.
Rosman Cruises was featured in Spice News. An amazing venue with a unique look and feel, and a certain charm about them that captures the heart.
Stephanie and Garth were married wed over the weekend and Rosman cruises were there to help make their day special. We picked up the wedding party in Watsons ay and ferried them around the harbour and finally to Mosman. On board there were speeches, drinks, cake and even pigeon shooting! Being out on the harbour with our classic ferrys provided amazing photo opportunities which both the photographer, and guests really got into!
Sean Langman, owner of the Noakes Group and Rosmans parent company, caught up with My Sailing magazine to talk all things Noakes and Rosman Ferries.
Rosman Cruises was approached by the Daily Telegraph to do a piece on the classic heritage vessels of the Rosman fleet. Of particular interest was the rich history on the harbour associated with each vessel, as well as the love affair owner Sean Langman holds on these charming ferries!
A fantastic article on the history of Rosman Ferries and their journey from Mosman to where they now berth at Berry’s Bay. The story of each vessel in this classic fleet and the rich history they all share on Sydney Harbour is a wonderful testament to these classic timber vessels. Nothing like these available for charter exist on the harbour.
Rosman Cruises was on call to ferry Kirsten and Mike to their reception at Dunbar House. We picked them up from Man o War steps in the beautiful timber ferry, Regal II.
Congratulations to the bride and groom!