The business of sharing yacht ownership has built its legitimacy and there are now several well-established enterprises flourishing on the Australian East Coast. Click below to continue reading Trevor's thoughts on yacht share.
There’s a buzz surrounding the imminent arrival of the Catana Bali 4.4 which will become the pride and joy of eight owners as part of an exclusive syndication through Yacht Share Mariner. Click below to read more from Sails Magazine!
Stunning safe beaches, incredible walking trails, idyllic snorkelling spots and bays offering protection from all points of the compass are just some of the reasons why Queenland's Great Keppel Island is a yachties paradise.
Continue exploring the East Coast of Australia with Traci Ayris May 2022
It’s a fair bet that most cruising sailors venturing north from the Whitsundays will include a stop at Magnetic Island in their plan. Just 8km offshore from Townsville, the island is considered a suburb of that city but, with 78% protected as National Park and just 2500 permanent residents, laid-back “Maggie” is arguably the most scenic, accessible and popular tropical island in Australia.
The first Bali 4.4 catamaran by Catana to arrive in Australia will be in time for the Sydney International Boat Show next July. From a distance it seems like a really smart boat, click through below to read more about some of the unique design features.
Yacht Syndication comes to the Whitsundays Oct 2021
Two major players in sailing have joined forces to offer shared ownership in luxury yachts for the first time out of Airlie Beach in Queensland’s Whitsunday Islands, including shares in the first Bali 4.4 in Australia. Yacht Share Mariner and Dream Yacht Charter will offer the yacht share service under the pledge: ‘Share the yacht, live the dream’.