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Sydney Yacht Charter

Sydney is the most populous city in Australia and the state capital of New South Wales. Sydney is located on Australia's south-east coast of the Tasman Sea and has around 70 sparkling beaches in close proximity.

Embark on a Sydney yacht charter and explore a great city. The heart of Sydney beats with a pride and passion that's all its own. The city offers an invigorating blend of the old and the new, the raw and the refined. Sydney is blessed with long stretches of heavenly beaches and a pleasant climate that sees over 300 sunny days a year. It is for this reason, that a yacht charter around Sydney and Pittwater, is a great idea. The views of Sydney harbor and the opera house are certainly worth a mint but what better way to see the sights of Sydney harbor, than from the deck of your own charter boat? The entire Sydney harbor is protected by the headlands providing a perfectly sheltered cruising ground for motorboats and sailing yachts; even for the most amateur yachtsmen.

Balmoral Beach - Sydney - Photographer Ellenor Argyropoulos - Photo credit to Tourism Australia

The hundreds of bays and inlets provide great anchorages and you'll always find a quality restaurant, close by. One of the highlights of cruising Sydney is the atmosphere and spirit, which can be found in some of Australia's most impressive yacht clubs and marinas. The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club is situated on Pittwater, by Sydney's northern beaches. It is one of Australia's most prestigious yacht clubs with long and colorful history. The marina is the largest in New South Wales and houses some exclusive luxury yachts. This marina now offers yacht charter guests some of the best marina facilities in Australia.

As yachting is very popular in Sydney and Australia there are many charter yachts that are based here year round, as well as superyachts that visit the area seasonally. You can charter sailing yachts, motor yachts and superyachts for extended charters as well as hire luxury yachts for corporate or business events.

Places to Visit in Sydney

If you love water activities, Sydney and Sydney Harbour has plenty to offer to you. Australia’s famous Bondi Beach is a very popular Sydney attraction, loved by surfers and sun worshipers alike. There are innumerable beaches with espresso bars and sand bars and the clear blue water, impressive waves and great weather just makes the day for surfers.

There are beaches which are ideal for children too. The waves are gentle, rock pools of salt water and netted enclosures provide a safe atmosphere for children. There are Hawkesbury and Nepean rivers which are at the North and West of Sydney. The natural wilderness and rich flora and fauna are found in plenty here.

You don’t have to travel far from Sydney City to put yourself into the Royal National Park or the fringes of the Blue Mountains, a World Heritage Area. These are wild and rugged tourist attractions where you can go on a real nature tour and bushwalk and hike in rainforests, wetlands and eucalypt woodlands, all cradled by sandstone gorges.

Sydney also boasts a rich culture with attractions such as the Sydney Opera House, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australian Museum, Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney Dance Company, Sydney Olympic Park, The Rocks, Fort Denison, etc.

Syndey Harbour - Photographer Garth Oriander - Courtesy of Tourism Australia

Shopping Night life and Cuisine in Sydney

Sydney is a vibrant city full of shopping centers. There are great shopping malls, hip boutiques, antique showrooms, art galleries, vintage shops, etc. You can find some fantastic treasures at affordable prices at the markets too. Some of the shopping streets to visit include Oxford Street and Paddington, Queen Street and Woollahra, Crown Street and Surry Hills, City Centre – George, Market and Castlereagh streets, Hall Street and Campbell Parade – Bondi. The nightlife is rocking in Sydney with pubs, clubs and discotheques, etc. Sydney also enjoys a fantastic reputation for a range of cuisines and has many fine dining restaurants.

Climate

Sydney has been blessed with a beautiful climate. It enjoys a temperate climate with a mild winter, and has more than 340 sunny days a year. The average minimum temperatures in the winter months of June through to August is around 9 degrees Celsius (47-48 degrees Farenheit) and it is much warmer in the summer season is from December through to February. The warmest month is January, with an average air temperature of 18.6–25.8 °C (65–78 °F).

Transport

The main airport in Sydney is The Kingsford Smith Airport which serves as domestic and international airport. This airport is about 6 miles south-west of Sydney Harbour and Central Business District. Sydney has a well-connected Government public transport system. There are bus services throughout the city, Ferry services, City Rail services, and country link rail services. You can take a direct bus service from airport to any place in Sydney or you can take a train from Central Station.

The types of yacht charter available in Sydney are all main types including motor, sailing, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, luxury yachts and superyacht charters as well as the occassional mega yacht charter.

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