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Gold Coast

Impress your friends or business associates with one of our superyachts for charter for events including exclusive day charters, an overnight escape or a luxury holidays escape.

A superyacht charter is a superior choice compared to a standard hotel or entertainment option, providing freedom, privacy and top notch service.

Infinity Pacific AU $3500

Infinity Pacific offers the perfect mix of leisure and discovery in a splendid superyacht ...
10
131ft
2007 /

Cosmos II AU $2500

Cosmos II is an impressive luxury superyacht with a heli pad accommodating a vast 112 gues...
8
110ft
1987 / 2015

Lady Pamela AU $1600

Lady Pamela is a 100ft Azimut luxury Superyacht available for charters in Sydney during th...
8
30m
2003 / 2017

Element AU $1200

Built by the internationally acclaimed Warren Yachts, Element is a 82ft Motor Yacht that f...
8
82ft
1999 / 2018

Picture yourself on a luxurious superyacht, sailing along the glistening Gold Coast coastline. With our private charter and event boat hire service, you can make your next special occasion truly unforgettable. Our team of experts will take care of everything, from planning the perfect route to providing full service onboard. So relax and enjoy all that this beautiful part of Australia has to offer.

The Gold Coast is approximately 66 kilometres south of the state capital, Brisbane, on the east coast of Australia and is famous for it’s sandy beaches, laidback lifestyle, inland waterways and great surfing spots. It is also home to theme parks such as Seaworld, Wet’n’Wild and Dreamworld.

Summer temperatures are on average 28 degrees Celsius and winter temperatures are on average 21 degrees Celsius.

A feature of the Gold Coast is the Waterfront homes and canal living. Most canal frontage homes have pontoons and the ability to dock pirate boats.  The canals were built in the 1950’s and today there are over 860 kilometres of navigable tidal waterways… nine times more than the city of Venice!

Some of the key spots are:

  • Wave Break Island – Wavebreak Island protects the Gold Coast Broadwater shores from large waves entering the Broadwater during heavy seas and storms.  Wave island is man-made and was constructed in 1986. island, constructed in 1986 as part of the Gold Coast Seaway project.  Great spot for swimming.
  • Sanctuary Cove – Built in the late 1980’s Sanctuary Cove was a sanctuary for the rich and famous.. See how the other half lives as you cruise past the Waterfront Mansions of Sovereign islands.
  • Jumpinpin Channel – Known locally as The Pin, the channel lies between North and South Stradbroke island and is renowned for fishing with catches of Bream, Tailor,  Flathead, Whiting and Trevally.
  • Scottish Prince Wreck – An historic shipwreck approximately 800 metres from shore.   The wreck is a haven for marine life with schools of yellowtail scad, silver batfish and bream often swarming in the area.

What Else Does the Gold Coast have to offer?

Surfers Paradise
If you’re looking for a place that’s constantly buzzing with energy, then Surfers Paradise is definitely the spot for you. With endless nightlife options and exciting events happening throughout the year, this beach town is definitely one of a kind. Come experience all that Surfers has to offer – you won’t be disappointed!

Broad Beach
Looking for some waves during your stay in Gold Coast? Look no further than Broad Beach – with its gentle surf and beautiful beaches, Broadie is perfect for surfing beginners and experienced board riders alike. Come check out the scene at one of the many beachside cafes, or take a walk through the lush parks that line the coast.

Burleigh Heads- was the birthplace of the modern professional surfing competition with the first man-on man competition held here and is renowned throughout the surfing world for its unique waves. The Burleigh headland is home to the 27 hectare Burleigh Headland National Park. The National Park is a great vantage point for Whale watching and has several popular hiking and walking trails.  The park is also popular for bird watching where you can often see white-bellied sea-eagles riding the ridge drafts.

Beaches – the Gold Coast is home to some of the best and most consistent waves in Australia and boasts 70 kilometres of beach and four break points. The most famous is undoubtedly Surfers Paradise beach, hailed as one of Australia’s most pristine beaches because of it’s three kilometre strip of golden sand. The beach attracts surfers, swimmers and joggers from around the world.