Melbourne City Marina

Melbourne City Marina - Melbourne

Melbourne City Marina

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A Luxury Yachting Guide

Vast landscapes and coastal retreats combine in this achingly beautiful land of amazing spirit.   view

Melbourne City Marina is Victoria’s only dedicated superyacht facility located within the sheltered and calm-water environment of Victoria Harbour. As the largest superyacht marina in Melbourne, it is the premium choice for luxury mooring with an unrivalled position in the centre of the city.

Moor in Melbourne and you step ashore in the midst of Australia’s sporting and cultural capital. You need only walk for mere minutes before you are submerged within the entertainment hub of the Marvel Stadium, world-class events such as the Australian Open and some of the best dining in the whole of Australia. After dark, the city of Melbourne becomes even more electric, with a hospitality offering to rival big-name cities across the world.

A mecca of all things trendy, visitors can discover a tangle of colourful hidden laneways, stunning rooftop bars, distinguished galleries and designer shops such as at the Crown Casino, the biggest and most luxurious casino-come-entertainment complex in Australia.

As a ‘5 Gold Anchor’ accredited marina, guests can expect a stunning medley of facilities and expert levels of service and privacy.

Available to all guests is one of the best onshore facilities in Australia with breathtaking floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the harbour, large kitchenette, bathrooms, laundry facilities, outdoor deck with barbeque and an expertly designed lounge to socialise, relax and unwind.

With the city at one side of the marina and the iconic Bolte Bridge on the other, you’ll have some of the best views in Melbourne to enjoy on your deck, especially as the skies ablaze at sunset.

Melbourne is an exciting destination to stay and play in, whether for a dedicated holiday, as part of a national sailing tour of mainland Australia, to explore the 264km coastline of Victoria or before crossing the Bass Straight for the scenic coastal sights of Tasmania.