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Yacht Rally


This sailing adventure begins in the coastal city of Split and sails south along Croatia’s famous Dalmatian coastline. 

Walk through medieval towns one day and swim in a secluded bay the next. Visit an agritourism farm in Vis, sample spectacular local produce in Hvar and shop for souvenirs along the cobblestone streets of Korcula. There is a reason we continue to return to this country every year, it’s just that good! Croatia is captivating, and once you’ve had a taste you will be hooked.


From fast paced, pizza loving Naples to the turquoise grottos of Capri, the Amalfi Coast of Italy is everything a Mediterranean summer escape should be. 

Imagine sailing a coast where vertical mountains rise from the sea, where fresh pasta and seafood is served under the canopy of a sprawling olive tree. Picture yourself within the streets of Positano, escaping the heat with a cooling gelato, then as the
sun sets over the Tyrrhenian Sea, climb the hills behind Amalfi and walk ‘The Path of the Gods’. 


With 300 days of sunshine each year, a cliff sculptured coastline and sapphire blue seas, Mallorca is picture perfect.

Soak up the sun and let the sea breeze carry you around this colourful island. Drop anchor in stunning Calas, discover some of Spains best wines, venture inland and hike mountains or simply relax on the balcony of a glittering yacht club. Artistic souls have been drawn to the island’s beauty for centuries, follow in their footsteps and discover Mallorca from the deck of your yacht

Croatia & Montenegro

It's no secret that Croatia is a dream sailing destination. But what about that little nation that sits at the southern end; Montenegro?
Meaning ‘Black Mountain’ in Italian, this beautiful country has a dramatic landscape, and a coastline made for cruising. So when it comes to picking a country to explore by boat, why not sail between both? 


15 September to 29 September 2018
Explore miles of white sandy beaches, lush rainforests, waterfalls, coral reefs and a relaxed water culture – it is the perfect tropical sailing destination.

Sail into stunning Bora Bora, arguably the most beautiful island in the world. Snorkel in coral gardens of Taha’a and sip cocktails on the beach in Huahine. Discover coves, bays and inlets in vibrant warm clear lagoons. 

New Caledonia

28 September to 05 October 2018
05 October to 12 October 2018
12 October to 19 October 2018
28 September to 05 October 2019
Cheaper, shorter and closer to home! The perfect option if you are looking for a quick and easy escape. 

Less than a three hour flight from Sydney, sitting in the world’s largest lagoon, is a sailing paradise waiting to welcome you. Sail amongst palm tree-lined islands and soak up the sophisticated French culture. It seems almost too good to be true – but this is what makes New Caledonia so fascinating.


16 February to 02 March 2019
The Caribbean is a feast for the senses, a fascinating mix of cultures, colours and sounds.

Sail around the Windward Islands from Martinique to Grenada. Lie on white sand beaches, explore tropical rainforests, barrier reefs and secluded anchorages. Indulge in a variety of cuisines and don’t forget to enjoy a rum or two!


07 June to 22 June 2019
The Greek Islands. Just the thought of it conjures images of summer. It is the kind of place that brings you to the essentials of life and forces you to stop and relax. 

It was the 1980’s, when Mariner Boating founders Trevor and Maggie Joyce first laid their eyes on the Greek Dodecanese Islands. It was love at first sight, and ultimately, the inspiration that led to the very first Mariner Boating ‘Yacht Rally’.


27 July to 10 August 2019
Sweden has it all. Style, natural beauty, brilliant food and a Viking history. And just a stones throw from the capital city of Stockholm, lie 30,000 islands of the Stockholm Archipelago.

Sail through small channels and explore on foot. Hike, forage in the woods or take a dip in the cool ocean. 

Ionian Greek Islands

07 September to 17 September 2019
18 September to 28 September 2019