Bali 4.4 yacht share: Live the dream on your doorstep

Yacht Share Mariner has a new Bali 4.4 on order for delivery to Sydney next winter.

A share in this yacht could be yours for six weeks across the year and all you have to do is enjoy the experience – Yacht Share will do the rest, as if you were staying in a luxury hotel. One eighth of a share in the Bali is $205,000 landed, duty and GST paid.

After the launch of this new model at the 2022 Sydney International Boat Show, the 4.4 will cruise north to Airlie Beach in Queensland where she will be berthed in the Coral Sea Marina.

Aerial shot of Bali 4.4 sailing on beautiful blue water.
A share in the Bali 4.4 yacht could be yours.

Cruise the Australian east coast

As the owner of a share in the Bali, you could be on board with your family and friends, with a professional skipper who might impart a few tips. The skipper has done this trip about 50 times and holds a Master Class 5 commercial license.

At that time of year, and with the temperature rising as you go further north, the winds will be favourable, and the Bali will skip comfortably along as the miles disappear behind you.

A person lying down, relaxing, on the deck of a boat.
Relax aboard the Bali 4.4.

When you stop you can pull into a marina and enjoy the facilities ashore or anchor in a bay, where the catamaran will provide a stable platform and privacy to enjoy your solitude.

Bali 4.4 at anchor
Anchor or go ashore to the marina – the choice is yours.

Stops along the way could include Pittwater, Newcastle, Port Stephens, Coffs Harbour, Yamba, Southport, Noosa, Tin Can Bay, Fraser Island, Fitzroy Reef, Keppel Island, Bunker Reef and then the southern islands of the Great Barrier Reef. You don’t even have to do the full journey, but when you do leave, all you need to do is pack your bags and walk off.

The Whitsundays during the winter

Home port of the Bali will be the Coral Sea Marina in Airlie Beach, where your yacht will have a permanent berth. She will be serviced by our partner Dream Yacht Charter, who operate a fleet of 37 yachts. The Bali will operate in the Whitsundays until November 2022.

Many different blues: Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays.
Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays.

Sydney and Pittwater in the summer

Then she will come south for the summer and be based in Pittwater or in Lavender Bay, Sydney Harbour.

Aerial shot of moored boats at Pittwater.
Explore Pittwater aboard the Bali 4.4.

Whenever you are on board you will enjoy total luxury: a three-cabin layout, full air-conditioning, private en-suite facilities, plenty of open space, 600 litre double door fridge with an ice maker and cold-water fountain. There are two cockpits and sun lounges at the helm station.

Safety and sail training

In the interests of safety and to protect the value of your asset we provide, at no cost, a two-day induction course out of the Coral Sea Marina, with a certified professional skipper on board who will ensure your familiarity with the yacht and your competence as skipper. You will need an ICC certificate beforehand, which Yacht Share Mariner can facilitate through their sailing school partners around Australia.

Even if you have no experience, we can plot your pathway to competence and confidence while on the water.

Aerial shot of boats on the dock at Coral Sea Marina.
Coral Sea Marina. Pic – CSM

Yacht prices increasing due to supply chain issues

Now is a good time to buy into a yacht. Supply is tight, with new boat delivery dates out to 2025 and beyond. Prices are on the increase due to supply chain problems caused by Covid-19, and the Australian dollar is strong against the Euro having moved upward by 5 per cent since March 2021.

For more information call Trevor Joyce at Yacht Share Mariner 0412 295656 or email

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