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Dinghy Sailing


Dinghies are small sailing boat usually sailed by two people. Dinghy sailors must move about the boat constantly to counteract the force of the wind in the sails.

Learning to sail in a dinghy is a great way to start. Simple in design, they are easy to setup and are light to handle. A dinghy responds quickly to your movements and sail adjustments, making it easy to see the effects of your actions.

Sailing a dinghy is extremely engaging and exciting.


Keelboat Sailing


Sailing a Keelboat is probably one of the easiest ways to go sailing. A keelboat has a weighted keel under the hull that prevents it from capsizing. They are larger than dinghies and are usually kept in the water, on a mooring or at a marina.

Keelboats do not offer the fast response and instant feedback of dinghies because of their greater size and weight. However a keelboat is generally more stable and dry and often more comfortable to sail.

Our Keelboats are set up to accommodate a crew of four or five people with a Yachting Australia qualified Instructor on board.


Powerboat Rides


Experience the Bay like never before as we take you on an awesome boat ride!

Come and take in the fresh sea air and discover why so many Melburnians use the Bay as their playground. The Bay is home to an abundance of Australian wildelife and if you are lucky enough, you will experience the thrill and excitement of the playful dolphins!

There’s a variety of sights to take in and of course, the city views of Melbourne from the water are simply enchanting…