The Boatlife Society fleet consists of two European brands, Compass and Bella.
Boatlife 6 - Bella 600R
$650 per month or $7700 per annum
The fleet's newest vessel is the Bella 600R, a premium 6 metre centre console from Europe. The boat has a capacity of 7 passengers seated in comfort. As with all of our fleet the boat has a retractable bimini top for sun protection. Powered by the Mercury 150hp 4-stroke engine, you will get to your destinations quickly and with ease. The boat is an ideal day boat for Sydney Harbour as you can get in close to any one of the many beautiful beaches around the harbour.
Boatlife 5 - Compass 165 CC
$395 per month or $4400 per annum
Our popular Compass 165's at both Sydney Harbour and on the Hawkesbury are small and nimble. Designed for up to 6 passengers and powered by the Yamaha 4-stroke 115hp engine, these boats are perfect for discovering Sydney's secret waterways. BL5 has a bimini canopy that provides great sun protection, yet is easily folded away.
Sydney Boathouse - Rozelle Bay
2 Waterways Court, Rozelle NSW 2039
The Rozelle Bay marine precinct near the Anzac Bridge is Sydney's premier marina location. With calm protected waters, the Sydney Boathouse is Sydney's biggest dry storage location. The staff lift boats out at the end of day, wash them down, flush the motor and store them in a secure facility.
This marina provides perfect access to Sydney Harbour and it's waterways. Be free to explore the waterways or swim at any one of the many boat accessible beaches.
Akuna Bay - Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
350 General San Martin Drive, Ku-Ring-Gai Chase NSW 2084
Only one hour north of the Sydney CBD the serene Akuna Bay marina is located on the picturesque Hawkesbury and Cowan River in the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
From Akuna Bay, sandy beaches and secluded bays are only a 10-minute cruise away. The waterways are pristine, surrounded by National Parks and there are a number of cafes that have water access to complete the day.
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