Associated Services

The Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, located on New Beach Road, Darling Point, Sydney, offers its members and visitors facilities and services for every occasion.                                                           

Located the CYCA are the following:

D & R Shipwrights 

Specialising in timber boat building since 1965, the shipwrights work on repairing boats, refurbishing and restoring them to a quality standard.
For assistance ring: +61 2 9363 2130

Pacific Sailing School

Located at the CYCA for over 25 years, Pacific Sailing School is is a very experienced Yachting Australia and RYA Training centre. Start sailing with a Discover Sailing Experience and progress to the Internationally recognized RYA Yachtmaster Certificate of Competence. Classes start in the schools International J24 yachts, are specialists in Safety and Sea Survival, Marine Radio, Navigation courses and ICC International Certificate of Competence.  Start your navigation with  ' RYA Interactive on line'.

For assistance ring: + 61 2 9326 2399 or go to

In addition to the above, a number of marine related services are available at d'Albora Marina which is adjacent to the CYCA.

Riviera Sales Sydney- Considered the most experienced broker in Australia when it comes to the Riviera product, Lee Dillon is the founder and managing director of LDM Riviera Sales Sydney. For assistance ring: + 61 2 9363 0000 or go to

Beneteau VicSail- Beneteau has been building yachts since 1884 and during that time the standard and quality has remained intact. The Beneteau Company is world renowned with a popularity that continues to grow. 
For assistance ring: +61 2 9327 2088 or go to

Eastsail - Eastsail offers a wide range of services including corporate sailing, bareboat and skippered charters, sight seeing cruises and sailing school.
For assistance ring: +61 2 9327 1166 or go to

Sturrock's of Sydney - Ship Chandlery, Boat Equipment and Sailing gear. Sydney's leading retail outlet of all things nautical. For assistance ring +61 2 9363 1939 or go to


Pacific Sailing School's Cadenza Image: David Brogan

Pacific Sailing School's Cadenza