On the 25th April 2015 many nations will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the landings on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey. Undoubtedly there will be a huge interest and demand to attend the ceremony with the Australian Government recently announcing details of numbers allowed along with the process of applying (you can read more about them here ... Gallipoli 2015 commemorations).
With numbers being restricted tour companies are finding other ways of getting people close to the ceremony including cruise ships being positioned off ANZAC Cove. Whilst for the passengers on board the ship it will be a spectacular scene looking back to the shoreline I believe that those people watching from land it will be a visual deterrent seeing a large cruise ship spoiling the view in front of them.
Once of the main things that I noticed on when attending ANZAC day ceremony at Gallipoli was the peacefulness one experienced as first light started to appear. Looking out over the calm, peaceful water it gave a stark contrast to what it would have been like that fateful morning back in 1915. Security will also be very tight for and if the troubles in Syria are still going on at that point it may also deter from the whole experience.
My advice is to give it a miss in 2015 and look to attend at another time.