luxury boat share sydney
Follow the Sun Luxury Boating in Sydney

Luxury Boat Share  Sydney Harbour

This season, Pleasure Cruising Club Inc. has allowed our members  to “follow the sun” during the winter months and try luxury boating in Sydney Harbour. What a sensational harbour it is with plenty to see, do and experience! The sheltered waters in Sydney, scenic views to explore and magnificent waterways should not be missed with the “Fairview” Riviera. The location that the club has secured is d’Albora Marinas Rushcutters Bay. As  Sydney’s premier marina, just minutes from the CBD, it features a licensed cafe and bar with stunning Harbour Bridge views.  d’Albora Marinas Rushcutters Bay is the marina of choice for those wanting an unrivalled location at the heart of boating in Australia.

Instead of staying in a hotel, members can stay on board the “Fairview” Riviera. It’s a great time to join the club and get trained for Sydney! So, why buy a boat when you can have other ways to access wonderful boating locations?

What to do in Sydney?

Proceed to an eastern tour- go past the multi-million dollar mansions of Point Piper, visit Rose Bay Marina for morning tea and drop by Doyles at Watson’s Bay. Come by Quarantine Bay near Manly, then, head towards Mosman and under the Spit Bridge for some pristine boating. Plenty of safe night anchorage spots there! For the the western tour- go past Fort Dennison, check out the Opera House and The PM’s House at Kirribilli. Squeeze in giving Kev a wave. Then, head over to Darling Harbour. After that, explore the fish markets and buy a kilo of prawns. Enjoy the fresh seafoods!

Our Melbourne members are just having a ball in Sydney. They fly up on a Friday and go back to Melbourne on Sunday night. A great way to use your frequent flyer points and Rushcutters Bay is close to the railway station at Edgecliff.

Our Melbourne members were so delighted with the 2013 season of luxury boating in Sydney that we plan to offer it again in 2014!

 

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Places You Must Visit:

 

Darling Harbour Marina

Just minutes to the CBD of Sydney, with several attractions and restaurants! Check when fireworks displays are on.

http://www.darlingharbourmarina.com.au/

 

Double Bay Marina

It’s the Toorak of Sydney. One piece of advice: stay at the far end of the marina. It can get very shallow in shore. See houses worth $30 million if you have some spare cash or simply admire the views aboard the Fairview.

http://www.doublebaymarina.com.au/

 

The Spit Bridge

Go cruising around Middle Harbour and spot a great place for an overnight stay. No need for mooring and safe to anchor. Plan a trip to the marina, as well!

http://dalboramarinas.com.au/Our-Marinas/The-Spit.aspx

 

The Fish Market

We say, this is a must stay! It never runs out of good things to offer-  best seafood market in Sydney, awesome prawns and crabs and great atmosphere!

http://www.sydneyfishmarket.com.au/

 

Watsons Bay Pub in Vaucluse (Home of Malcom Turnball)

The “wado” bay pub is famous for Doyles. Grab a mooring and experience a delightful night!

http://www.doyles.com.au/

 

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