NSW boasts Australia’s first marina designed for superyachts, Rozelle Bay, now privatised and known as Sydney Superyacht Marina.
Built specifically for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, it was the first purpose-built superyacht marina in the Southern Hemisphere and offers secure mooring with world-class superyacht shipyard, support agents and services located on site or adjacent.
The marina allows even the largest superyachts to connect to abundant 3-phase electricity up to 400 Amps, sewage pump-out and broadband Internet.
You’ll discover that it’s an ideal place to relax while undertaking much needed maintenance in the precinct.
The marina is currently undergoing a thirty million dollar redevelopment of more than 7000m2. The redevelopment will introduce, enhance and transform the marina into a world class destination designed to deliver an epicentre for superyachting in Australia.
Land based facilities will include two buildings over two levels which have been sympathetically designed for the marine environment. The marina will provide a generous uninterrupted public promenade fronting Rozelle Bay.
The intended uses of the buildings include Superyacht associated businesses, Superyacht crew facilities, a Superyacht Club, Marine Offices, Retail and an array of Cafes and Restaurants.
Sydney offers perhaps the most stunning superyacht berth in the world, nestled between the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
The Campbells Cove, Circular Quay berth has earned a global reputation as an unsurpassed location in which to berth. Nestled on the western side of Sydney Cove and adjacent to Australia’s top hotel, the Sydney Park Hyatt, the berth affords magnificent unbroken views of the main harbour and is five minutes walk from the centre of Sydney.
You can also berth at a variety of other places in Sydney Harbour. Sydney offers you a world of choice and excellence.
For more details, consult the Great Southern Route Superyacht Cruising Guide, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org