Be Unique – Own a share in the
new Bali 4.4 ‘Halyna’ this summer
Sail Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens, Newcastle (visit the Hunter Valley), Pittwater and Sydney during this summer. Relocate to Queensland and the Whitsundays next April for the winter. As an owner of ‘Halyna’ these places will all be within your reach with the yacht managed by Yacht Share Mariner.
The Empire Marina at Marmong Point is the home port for ‘Halyna’ during the southern cruising season. Lake Macquarie itself is twice the size of Sydney Harbour and is a superb cruising experience. Access to a variety of restaurants, good swimming and bush walking add to your holiday activities.
Just North of Lake Macquarie the redeveloped port of Newcastle has a lively waterfront and ready access to the Hunter Valley wine, food and entertainment. On to Port Stephens where Yacht Share Mariner owners have reciprocal access to the Soldiers Point Marina and its excellent restaurants.
South of Lake Macquarie explore Pittwater and Sydney Harbour where there are endless bays and coves where you can pick up a mooring or drop an anchor. Berthing at marinas during the summer season is limited.
You need to be a member of the ‘Halyna’ Bali 4.4 catamaran syndicate – with up to 40 days usage each year. The winter base is in the Whitsundays and summer in the south maximising the use of the yacht. The Bali 4.4 has all the luxury of a 5-star hotel with nearly 100 square meters of usable space on the main deck, 3 air-conditioned cabins with private en-suite facilities and two big diesel engines to keep you moving when the wind drops. The 630-liter fridge-freezer makes catering a breeze in remote overnight stays in iconic destinations.
DATE: 18 January 2024
VENUE: Lake Macquarie Yacht Club, Marquee Dock
TIME:10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Test Sail ‘Halyna’
‘Halyna’ will be available for a test sail from the Empire Marina, on Lake Macquarie, 19 January 2024. Contact Trevor Joyce on 0412 295 656 for more information.
To view an East Coast NSW Suggested Itinerary visit https://yachtsharemariner.com/sailing-east-coast/