Sydney Yacht Charter Itinerary

Where to sail around Sydney?

Discover beautiful beaches, and secret places around Sydney, you can visit by yacht!

Australia and more particularly Sydney is a great sailing destination! Explore all the beauties around one of the most beautiful cities in the whole world!

Not many places in the world are as beloved as the city of Sydney in Australia. Surrounded by beautiful bays and idyllic beaches, Sydney is an unbeatable yacht charter destination that offers a rather unique mixture of breathtaking natural scenery and cosmopolitan city life.

If your idea of having a good time means exploring a beautiful coastline aboard a luxurious yacht and enjoying activities such as kayaking, fishing, and sunbathing on postcard-perfect beaches, this Sydney travel itinerary may just be what you’re looking for.

Sydney yacht charter itinerary

Day 1.

Jones Bay Wharf is the place where your Sydney yacht adventure begins. As you sail beneath the magnificent Sydney Harbor Bridge and pass the famous Opera House, you’ll be greeted with fabulous views of the inner harbor.

Sailing into Farm Cove in the afternoon and a visit to Sydney’s hub Circular Quay where you can enjoy the views of ferries passing by is an excellent addition to your first day of yacht chartering in Sydney.

Day 2.

In the morning, the white pristine beach in the inner harbor’s Athol Bay awaits you, as well as lovely Watsons Bay where many local families can be seen sunbathing and enjoying the warm waters.

For lunch, you can try seafood specialties at the nearby Doyle’s Restaurant. Later in the day, we are sailing to the city-side surf beach also known as Bondi Beach where you can go swimming and snorkeling.

Day 3.

It’s time to leave Sydney’s famous inner harbor and go explore the turquoise waters of Middle Harbor. Some of the most popular water activities including fishing and kayak paddling allow you to explore the secluded parts of this fascinating harbor.

Plenty of wildlife can be seen here including dolphins, and even sharks. For dinner, try local specialties at Tunks Park in Long Bay.

Day 4.

No yacht charter adventure in Sydney is complete without visiting the Australian suburb of Manly. With a relaxed holiday vibe, Manly is packed with long golden sand beaches that offer spectacular coastal views and attract hundreds of surfers.

Whether you wish to try surfing, head ashore and visit the Little Manly Cove, or swim in the sheltered Shelly Beach, Manly offers something for every traveler on a yacht charter vacation.
A visit to the North Head Nature Reserve where you can go hiking and biking is an ideal activity to end day 4 of our yacht charter in Australia.

Day 5.

Today, we’ll be passing through the world-famous Sydney Heads, a series of headlands that form the entrance to the Sydney Harbor. To try some mouth-watering Australian cuisine, we are sailing towards Berowra Waters that is home to some of the best restaurants in the area including Berowra Waters Fish Caf&eacute, Waterview Restaurant, and Berowra Waters Inn which is only accessible by seaplane or boat.

Day 6.

On day 6 of our yacht charter adventure around Sydney, we are setting a course to the fabulous Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park.

This city-side national park is home to an abundance of wildlife including native ducks, wallabies, bandicoots, and goannas.

The park also boasts a few Aboriginal sites with rock engravings and ancient red ochre rock paintings. In the evening, you can have dinner at one of the nearby restaurants or our crew can treat you to an unforgettable dinner under the stars of the fly-bridge experience.

Day 7.

On the last day of our yacht charter adventure, we’ll be visiting the Hawkesbury River. You can try your luck at fishing as this is the main water activity here. A series of quiet anchorages offers ideal conditions for a lazy swim in the river. In the afternoon, a leisure cruise will take you back to Sydney’s central city where our yacht charter itinerary ends.


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