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|MID WEEK DAILY
|MID WEEK 3 DAYS
|MID WEEK 5 DAYS
- SKIPPERED Charter - Based on Hourly or Daily skipper charges (allow $40 per hour)
- Please ask for rates for peak summer periods
- Engine hourly allowance per day:2 hours; additional fees beyond 2 hours- $35 per hour
- Catering can be provided at cost plus 15%
- Linen provided if required: $50 per charter
Annual Wind Maiden Membership scheme (Inclusive)
- 20 Day Annual membership $9,800
- 10 Day Annual membership $6,000
Corporate Membership available with packages and pricing available on
- Appropriate Big Boat sailing experience (30 feet plus)
- Ability to demonstrate boat handling skills and suitable sailing knowledge during pre charter briefing
- Sign off the damage assessment statement (current yacht condition)
- Sign off the charter contract which states full terms and conditions
- Take full responsibility for any damage or losses caused
- Ability to pay Bond of $1,000
- Pittwater, inner Broken Bay and the western bays of Kuringai National park
- Or; Sydney Harbour and all bays and estuaries
- No offshore sailing permitted
To check availability and make a booking enquiry, please click here, or call us on +61(0)414 873 481.
Wind Maiden, is a 2010 Bavaria 40 Vision, designed and built as a more luxurious range of yacht. She is fast and reassuringly balanced in the strongest of winds and a breeze to handle with a light helm and powerful winches.
LOA: 42’ with a Beam of 13' a Draft of 5' 9" and Sail Area of 822 sq. ft.
Wind Maiden’s significant sail area, performance lead keel and renowned hull and rudder design provide stable, safe and fast performance in all conditions. She is a delight to sail, with easy to set sails, given her short handed design and furling mainsail and headsail systems.
Full instrumentation and GPS systems are provided for both navigation and performance monitoring. Grey water and sullage tanks mean she is also environmentally friendly too.
The bathroom (head) has an electric toilet, vanity and quality shower with significant hot water supply.
To maximise living space, she is configured with a large saloon, ideal for entertaining or just relaxing. Superb quality timber work is a standout below decks, offering a classy and luxury feel. An L shaped galley is located aft to port with significant refrigeration, extensive kitchen equipment, quality oven/stove and large bench space.
The large windows and seven foot of headroom provide good light and a feeling of space to those below. A superb audio visual system incorporating DVD, CD, Digital TV and ipod connectivity is integrated with two LED flat screen TV’s.
A large high quality gas BBQ is located aft for easy use and entertaining.
The cockpit is large and wide and stepped to the sides for good vision forward, with the large dodger providing significant protection in all conditions. Sun protection is provided over the twin wheel helm with a large Binimi (cover). A sun cover is installed for those extra sunny days once moored. Full certified safety equipment is provided on board.
The electric drop down rear platform is ideal for easy boarding or as a swimming platform.
All decks are wide with non slip surfaces with numerous handles for safety.
She is a an easy yacht to sail, whether your an experienced crew of two or a group of ten... come and try her ....we will let you decide. !!
A day, or a week on Wind Maiden is always a memorable experience.....
PITTWATER: The Sailing Grounds north of Sydney
In March 1788, New South Wales first Governor, Arthur Phillip, explored the large expanse of water north of Sydney Cove and declared it was the finest piece of land he had seen. He named the area Pitt Water after England’s then Prime Minister, William Pitt.
To this day Pittwater remains a perfect sailing ground for novice or experienced sailors who wish to explore a variety of sailing conditions and exceptional scenery.
With its predominate nor-east sea breezes sweeping down over Barrenjoey Peninsula and offering protection from the Tasman Sea swells, one can comfortably sail the length and breadth of Pittwater, with its variety of coves and mooring spots, safely navigating hundreds of nautical miles of pristine bays, inlets and rivers, opening up the possibilities of endless adventures.
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, which lies between the western shores of Pittwater and the Hawkesbury River, is a fitting location for these stunning inlets and lower arms of the Hawkesbury/Broken Bay water system. Capping the scenery, this park offers spectacular cliffs carved from the local sandstone rock, Hawkesbury Sandstone.
Sailing out of Pittwater up into one of the south-western arms of the Hawkesbury River, you have to remind yourself forcefully that you’re only 45 minutes (by road) from the hustle of central Sydney.
The Basin, a naturally enclosed lagoon featuring a great camping/picnic area was once a vital refuge for coastal trading ships, and is now part of a National park. You’ll find historic Beechwood Cottage nestling peacefully in the back ground, immediately behind camping facilities and the day picnic area.
You can also find hundreds of popular public moorings in the infamous Refuge Bay and America Bay. In Australia’s early colonial days, these bays offered safe haven for convicts, smugglers and would-be pirates.
It’s a beautiful location, offering stunning scenery…grandiose sandstone cliffs jutting out over the bay, and a waterfall that seems to spring from the porous cliff before crashing into a pool below. What better place to take a refreshing soak or wash the day’s salt spray off your tied body?
Pick a spot to anchor for the evening. If you happen to venture here, summer or winter, the remote, untouched stillness takes hold of your imagination. Before long you can easily convince yourself you are the first explorer to venture into these parts . . . and they belong to you!
So if it’s seclusion and tranquillity you crave, don’t hesitate to explore; the jagged bays of Pittwater will fulfill all your desires!
Pittwater Sailing Boundaries