Luxury Yacht Charter Sydney

Yacht Charter in Sydney

Sydney may not be the capital of Australia, but it is certainly its heart, especially when it comes to sailing. The coast is literally dotted with sailing clubs and marinas, and the skyline awash with colorful sails. The city, in the state of New South Wales, also boasts the largest natural harbor in the world, home to the iconic Sydney Opera House and the statuesque Sydney Harbour Bridge and a wonderful place in which to anchor just minutes from some of the city’s most exclusive shops and restaurants. Another note-worthy excursion under sail is a trip is Broken Bay, just north of Sydney where the Hawskbury River meets the ocean.

Marinas in Sydney

There are dozens of facilities for yachts in and around Sydney, of which many have facilities for super yachts. The major marinas are listed below:

Cabarita Park Marina
Tel: +612 9743 6277

Rushcutters Bay Marina
Tel: +612 9328 7666

The Spit Marina
Tel: +612 9960 7700

Berowa Waters Marina
Tel : +612 9456 7000

Empire Marina Bobbin Head
Tel : +612 9457 9011

Ferguson’s Boatshed Marina
Tel : +612 9968 3729

Kuring-Gai Motor Yacht Club
Tel : +612 9456 3538

Kuring-Gai Motor Yacht Club
Tel : +612 9456 3538

Middle Harbor Yacht Club
Tel : +612 9969 1244

Royal Motor Yacht Club Broken Bay
Tel: +612 9997 5511

Sydney Superyacht Marina
Tel: +612 9818 0605

Sydney Wharf Marina
Tel: +612 9552 1622

Darling Harbour Marina
Tel: +612 9211 5383

Weather in Malaysia

Sydney has a temperate maritime climate, with hot summer between November and February, and mild winters. Rainfall can happen all year round, although the winter and the spring, between March and October, tend to be the driest months. The average temperature during the summer months is 26C, when there are between eight and nice hours of sunshine per day. Even in winters, temperatures rarely fall below 17C.

Top Five Things to do in Sydney:

  1. If you have a head for heights make sure you climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge for the best views of the city.
  2. Catch an opera at the world-famous Sydney Opera House.
  3. Visit the Three Sisters, a towering rock formation in the Blue Mountains, within an hour and a half’s drive from Sydney.
  4. Play a round a golf at the prestigious Royal Sydney Golf Club.
  5. Have a surfing lesson on Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach.

Top 5 Restaurants in Sydney:

  1. For excellent and award-winning Japanese food book a table at Tetsuya’s Restaurant.
  2. The setting at Otto, a modern Italian with attitude at Woolloomooloo, is exceptional.
  3. Ensure you get a table with a view at Sean’s Panorama, on Bondi Beach.
  4. For the some of the best seafood go to Doyle’s on the Beach, a Sydney institution.
  5. Enjoy innovative food at its best at the Rockpool.

  • Friday, 16 September 2011

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