EastSail, D'Albora Marinas, 1B New Beach Rd, Darling Point NSW 2027, Australia

Boat Rental Service, Boat Tour Agency, Sailing School

Travel Agency

(02) 9327 1166

http://www.eastsail.com.au/

Open Hours

Monday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM


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EastSail

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Sailing and Motor Cruises, Charters, Sailing School - Sydney Harbour | East Sail

Eastsail yacht charter, motor boat hire, sailing school and corporate team building on Sydney Harbour. Exclusive fleet of luxury yachts and motor cruisers.

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Kimberley Crofts said 4 years ago
Having never sailed before I had a little trepidation ahead of the course. Our skipper, Lothar, was such an incredible teacher that my trepidation immediately subsided. His very clear directions, delivered with equal parts humour and experience made the weekend a delight. Albeit a bruise-inducing one! Pro-tip – bring some knee pads! I now feel confident to get back on a boat and help out as crew. I thoroughly recommend East Sail if you are looking to learn to sail.
Meg Tudehope said 4 years ago
We just spent 5 of the most wonderful days on the 5 Day Competent Crew course as a family. My Husband, myself and my 2 sons 6 and 10 years. Katey was nothing short of awesome, keeping the younger crew engaged in learning and having the initiative to stop for some fun in the sun for the kdis and parents theory lessons ! Stretching us as far as we could go and always explaining everything she was doing and why. For us it was the perfect reintroduction to sailing for my husband and I and a great beginning for the boys but what we hadnt bargained for was it was the most amasing team building week for the whole family. Thanks east sail for pulling it all together.
Chris Ryan said 4 years ago
Had two great days out with Eastsail this summer - the boats, the beauty of the Harbour, the great catering (part of our companies 20th birthday celebration) and of course the mind blowing light show and choreography are all just components; the people really made it and i would sincerly like to thank all the crew dock side and on the water for giving us 2 fabulous experiences, in particularly of course George who exuded experience and fabulous, genuinely friendly personality in equal measure - professional service with (literally) a family touch as we loved meeting Miguel as well... Please pass on our thanks to all for 2 memories our family will cherish...
Joe Keifer said 4 years ago
We booked East Sail for a five-hour trip to watch the start of the 2017 Rolex Sydney to Hobart open ocean race. We were met by our skipper George and the first mate Mikhail who is George’s son. Our ship, Liberte, was quite seaworthy and comfortable. She wasn’t built for speed, for sure, but comfortable she was indeed! After the requisite safety briefing, we set out under engine power for a striking tour of Sydney Harbor with the Opera House and the Sydney Harbor bridge highlighting this part of the cruise. Both George and Mikhail were very knowledgeable about the area, the Liberte, and what we could expect heading back to the Sydney heads where we would witness the start of the race. After anchoring in a beautiful bay, the crew and passengers had a quick lunch. At about 12:30 pm the sturdy ship headed for the starting line. Boats were as thick as fleas on an untreated dog’s back but we were in expert hands as the skipper negotiated his way to the best spot for watching. George’s expertise was nothing short of fantastic and afforded everyone on board an unforgettable experience! We followed the early race leaders out of the heads for several hundred meters until the tides were getting a bit much for us neophyte sailers when we did a 180 and headed for home. Highly recommended and George even saved my wife and me a pricy taxi trip back to Cremorne. Well done East Sail!!
Hamish Riddell said 4 years ago
I highly recommend Eastsail for their excellent sail training. I recently completed my Day Skipper theory and practical with them. It was extremely professional and thoroughly enjoyable. Thanks Lothar!

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