NEWS - New website for superyacht visitors

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Superyacht Australia responds to information demand

NEWS - New website for superyacht visitors
NEWS — New website for superyacht visitors

If you own a superyacht and Australia happens to be in the road of your oversized pride and joy, relax, there’s a new web portal www.superyacht-australia.com to help negotiate our local waters.

Superyacht Australia, the peak national body for the local superyacht industry, says it created the website following a high level of enquiry and demand for greater access to information for cruising Australian waters.

The new website provides superyacht owners and captains wanting to cruise our waters with:
* Access to the latest rules and regulations,
* Information about Australian tourism attractions
* Australia’s national refit and repair facilities
* Iconic events; and,
* Extensive business directory focusing on the provision of specialist cruising superyacht services

The website also includes links to Government information and ‘How to Enter’ Australia, plus local marine industry news. According to Superyacht Australia, it’s a one-stop shop for superyachts interested in coming Down Under.

Superyacht Australia adds it is working with Government to reduce the red tape and regulations encountered by owners/captains when looking to cruise here, and is lobbying strongly to remove barriers for those wishing to visit or charter in Australian waters.

For more information, visit www.superyacht-australia.com

Photo: Opening page of a new PDF by NSW Maritime and Sydney Ports that’s also now available for superyachts visiting Sydney. It contains new guidelines to assist the masters of private superyachts for navigating into and around Sydney Harbour. These guidelines promote safe and responsible boating, and can be viewed at http://maritime.nsw.gov.au/docs/recboat/SY_guidelines.pdf

 


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