Best kept yachting secrets in Australia

12 April 2018

 

Best kept yachting secrets in Australia

You would be hard pressed to find anyone involved in the superyacht industry – Owners, charter guests, builders and service providers alike – who haven’t heard how great of a yachting destination Australia can be.  Yet Australia is expansive, to say the least, and there are hidden gems which, until now, have been our best kept secrets.

The Captains of two of Ocean Alliance’s most intrepid and prolific charter superyachts, BELUGA and ANDA, were approached by leading yachting publication Boat International to give up their secrets on the unknown but beloved anchorages of the Great Barrier Reef and The Kimberley.

So now the secret is out, we would happily talk to you about chartering a superyacht in Australia.

Here are a few ideas from Captain Bob Nabel and Captain Alan Martlew.


Ocean Alliance is a Sydney-based full-service superyacht brokerage house. The company represents a large portion of the superyacht charter fleet operating in Australia and the South Pacific, and source international charter yachts and destinations for clients looking abroad. Their services also include yacht brokerage, charter marketing, commercial structures and yacht management. Whether you are an experienced yacht owner or charterer or making your first steps in yachting, the team can support your needs. 

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