Boat Share Sydney Harbour | Boat Share from Luxury Boat Syndicates



The climate of New South Wales, combined with the bountiful blue water that adjoins the coast here, calls to us. It is our great leveller, a spot we all seek out for fun and relaxation. To a large extent, it defines Sydneysiders. We are born facing the ocean, and we live and breathe it through all four seasons.

But boat ownership, in a busy harbour such as this, is an intimidating prospect. The harbour is one of the busiest waterways on earth, packed with pleasure craft, commercial vessels, and ferries. The pace of the harbour is a fast one, and demands constant vigilance from operators.

Then, there is the cost. The price of yachting in this stretch of water is a not inconsiderable – without even considering the outright cost of the yacht itself. Moorings, maintenance, permits, fuel costs, and equipment all add up to a wealthy man’s game.

Luckily, Luxury Boat Syndicates have come up with a solution. A Sydney Harbour boat share allows you the ability to explore this striking area aboard your very own luxury yacht, while we take care of any and all maintenance, docking, or equipment needs for you.

We provide a bespoke, walk-on, walk-off boat share service for those of your in the market to reap the fruits of Sydney Harbour from the water. We can provide you with an accredited skipper, or help you to gain your own accreditation. We can personalise your experience on your dates, with catering. And we guarantee that our yachts are always ready for you. Our yachts are serviced by professionals, and kept in mint condition at all times.

If you were considering joining the phalanx of yachts thronging Sydney Harbour, a boat share from Luxury Boat Syndicates could be for you. Contact us for more information.

One of the world’s largest natural harbours lies in eastern New South Wales. Technically, a drowned river valley, the harbour was named Port Jackson by the then-Governor, Arthur Phillip. Formerly inhabited by the aboriginal Gadigal, Cammeraygal, Eora and Wangal peoples, the harbour is now a thriving area for shipping, sailing, and recreation.

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