Corroboree, Hawkesbury River Pittwater Voyage ex Sydney Return



6 Night Cruise sailing from Sydney roundtrip aboard Corroboree.

6 Night Cruise sailing from Sydney roundtrip aboard Corroboree.

Day 1 Sydney Superyacht Marina – Hawkesbury River – Pittwater Beach
Join the superyacht Coroborree at Sydney Superyacht Marina in Rozelle and enjoy welcome drinks with your fellow YOTSPACE superyacht voyagers. Depart Sydney Harbour for Broken Bay along the picturesque Coastline of Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Look out for dolphins and other marine life along the way. Enter Pittwater around the iconic Barrenjoey Headland with the view of Lion Island passing by. Anchor off Palm Beach and tender in to explore the peninsula with a short stroll to the surf for a refreshing swim. Sundowners on board in the afternoon as the sun sets behind the stunning Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and West Head.

For active guests you may wish to hike to the spectacular waterfall in America Bay in the morning for a refreshing swim. Ku-ring-gai National Park also as a high concentration of significant Aboriginal heritage sites.

Day 2 Hawkesbury River – Bar Island
Enjoy breakfast and take a morning dip before the superyacht weighs anchor and begins meandering up to the Hawkesbury River Junction. We cruise past Dangar Island, under the Hawkesbury Bridges and around Milson Island to anchor off Berowra Waters and Peats Bight. Following a delicious lunch on board we take a tender ride into Bar Island, steeped in Colonial History with a convict grave and ruins of a church. Enjoy sundowners on board or visit Peats Bite for a cocktail on shore where you can enjoy the view of your Yacht.

Day 3 Mooney Mooney Creek – Berowra Waters – Beach Picnic
Visit the Broken Bay Pearl Farm for an informative two hour tour. Take a tender ride with the superyacht crew up and into the majestic Mooney Mooney Creek or Berowra Waters with a picnic prepared by the Chef. After hearing the tales of the bountiful fish species in this river you may wish to toss a line off the stern of the superyacht and try your luck.

Day 4 Jerusalem Bay – Patonga Beach – Dangar Island – Peat Island
Breakfast served in the morning while the superyacht begins cruising back down the Hawkesbury towards Cowan Creek. Head past Peat Island, the forested Dangar Island and Little Wobby with it’s colourful locals waving from the shoreline. Dangar Island was discovered by Governor Arthur Phillip in March 1788. He named it Mullet Island for the abundance of fish. Anchor off Patonga Beach for lunch and a swim, or tender into the beach for a walk on the sand or through the quaint village. In the afternoon the yacht will cruise west and set anchor inside Jerusalem Bay, a picturesque and tranquil anchorage surrounded by Australian bushland and cockatoos.

Day 5 Refuge Bay – Cottage Point – Coasters Retreat
Following breakfast, take a short bushwalk into the National Park or launch the kayaks for exploring the shoreline and creeks. Take a tender run into Refuge Bay and shower beneath the waterfall or visit Cottage Point. Lunch on board before departing Jerusalem Bay for Coasters Retreat. Coasters Retreat is another bay nestled amongst the National Park. Popular with campers its soft, grassy grounds are surrounded by towering hoop pines and there is a perfect lagoon complete with clear water and sandy sea-bed to safely swim.

Day 6 Portuguese Beach – Ku-Ring-Gai – Morning Bay – Woody Point
Following breakfast you may choose to just relax in a quiet location on the yacht or you may take the kayaks, paddle boards and Jet Ski to explore the shorelines while the Chef and crew prepare to serve lunch on Portuguese Beach. Following lunch on board we weigh anchor and cruise the eastern shoreline of Ku-ring-gai and into Morning Bay to anchor for the evening. Disembark from the yacht and stretch the legs to explore Woody Point or take a kayak for a quiet paddle around the hidden lagoons.

Day 7 Lovett Bay – Elvina Bay – Scotland Island – Church Point – Sydney Harbour
Enjoy a breakfast cruise around the shorelines of Morning Bay, Lovett Bay, Elvina Bay, Scotland Island and Church Point. Marvel at the incredible ‘Water-Access-Only’ architecture of this unique community, home to renowned Australian artists, architects and writers including Colleen McCullough (The Thorn Birds). We then follow the Western foreshore of the Northern Beaches; Newport, Clareville and Palm Beach before heading out to sea and returning to the Sydney Harbour superyacht marina for the completion of our Hawkesbury River YOTSPACE voyage.

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