a modern 180 berth floating marina, NCYC’s facilities are world-class. In addition to long term berths, NCYC caters for short term visitors wanting to berth at NCYC overnight, for a few days or indefinitely. With power and water provided to each berth (including limited 3 phase powered berths), car parking, clean modern amenities and laundrette, and close proximity to shops and transport, NCYC is a great place to drop in for fuel, food and water on your way up and down the coast. Come for a night and you may stop for a week – plenty of NCYC’s visitor do just this!
On approach to the NCYC’s marina, call the Dockmaster on 0408 299 512 or the Marina Office on (02) 4940 8188. NCYC has staff on-call 7 days a week during business hours to assist you to an allocated berth and catch your lines if such assistance is required. If you arrive outside of normal business hours and have not booked in advance, please locate a spare berth of a suitable size on A or F Arms (F Arm is closest to the Club / Up-river) and drop into the Marina Office the following morning to fix up your berthing fees and arrange berthing accommodation requirements.
Please see below for a map or NCYC’s marina and berthing documentation requirements.
Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club’s floating marina provides:
- A safe and secure deep water facility with casual berths available
- 40 tonne boat lift that can take vessels up to 24m
- Comprehensive boat maintenance and repair facilities
Why bring your boat to Newcastle?
- Click HERE for downloadable Come to Newcastle flyer
- Click Here for NCYC page on the Australian Marina Guide which has 11,000 unique users per year
Safely Handling the Harbour Traffic
- NCYC takes its responsibilities regarding the promotion of safe sailing and boating activities very seriously, especially given the busy commercial nature of the Port of Newcastle
- Click HERE for booklet “Safety Information for Recreational Boating” when operating in close proximity to shipping in Newcastle Harbour
NCYC’s Casual Berthing Fees
Locating Your Allocated Berth
Important Marina Documents
- Click HERE for a copy of NCYC’s Marina Rules
- Click HERE for Schedule A -Berthing and Mooring Agreement
- Click HERE for Schedule B – Berthing and Mooring Agreement Terms and Conditions
Other documents required when berthing at NCYC’s marina
- Current comprehensive boat insurance (i.e. Certificate of Currency)
- $10 million public liability insurance (i.e. Certificate of Currency)
- Uninsured vessels will not be allowed to berth at NCYC’s marina
Important Hardstand Documents
Electrical Tag Testing
- For your safety and the safety of all marina users, it is a legal requirement of Workcover that the main power supply extension leads leading from the boat/yacht to the marina electrical outlet be checked and tagged by a Licensed “Tag Testing Technician”. This is covered under Clause 642A of the Workcover Act.
- NCYC’s Dock Master is licensed to perform this electrical checking and tagging and does so, free of charge, to members. A nominal fee is charged to non-members for this service. To have your lead tested and inspected please call NCYC’s Dockmaster on 0408 299 512 or 4940 8188.
Contractors on NCYC’s precinct and the marina
- All persons intending to work on NCYC’s precinct or on boats in the marina are required to register at the main office prior to commencing. This is a statutory requirement and must be adhered to.
- For first time contractors an induction booklet must be read and a register signed to confirm you have read and understand NCYC’s policies in relation to workplace health and safety, security and behaviour.
- All contractors must supply confirmation of insurances before commencing any work on NCYC’s precinct or on the marina.