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Sydney's summer of sail

Sydney’s sailing community is gearing up for a massive summer, with some exciting major events and activities.

Yachting members of the BIA Marine Brokers Association are leading the charge by offering their existing and future clients, plus those new to sailing, a range of opportunities intended to make their summer one to remember.

Bob Mulkearns and the team from leading Bavaria Yacht dealers, North South Yachting at the Quays Marina in Church Point, have just held a successful Bavaria regatta, the first in a series of on-water events they have planned for their owners.

“Sailing really is a fantastic opportunity for a family to enjoy a mix of exciting activities, along with a relaxing and enjoyable time together. Our events are all about helping our current owners and prospective yachties with the opportunity to get together and experience the joys of sailing and the stunning waterways we have available for all of us to enjoy,” said Mulkearns.

Down at David Bray Yachts, there’s more exciting news for owners of multihull yachts. David and former World Hobie Masters Champion, Rod Waterhouse have started a multihull sales division that will operate from their Pittwater office. David has been selling yachts and servicing the needs of the yachting community since 1977, and says that, with a team of highly experienced brokers, the sales, service and advice for customers is going to be bigger and better than ever.

David and his team also have an extensive range of brokerage mono hull yachts available, and as a leading provider of Club Marine Insurance, the team from David Bray Yachts can assist with all marine insurance needs.

Sydney's summer of sail
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