This is the Eyachts blog AKA eblogs…
At Eyachts we strive for success in all aims of customer service.
This means assisting our customers to find the best bays, restaurants and fishing spots.
Every month the Eyachts team reviews new places to take your boat and researches yachting trends to put it all in one place.
Imagine taking off mid afternoon, zipping off at 40kts to your favourite bay. Whether you are with friends or loved ones you are guaranteed a good time.
The day started out rainy, windy and with massive 1.5m swell. See how the crew made the most of what started out as a horrible day…
After another great show in Auckland the team had to pack up and take the display Axopar 28 from Auckland to Gulf Harbour. Despite the miserable weather the team set off to show how the Axopar handled the challenging conditions
Alex Ball and his family took out the Axopar 28 for a pleasant Fathers Day out on the water, little did they know what was going to happen…
To celebrate the first Axopar 28 BRABUS line we wrapped the hull in half black and white. In true Eyachts fashion, we decided to take this unique boat for a spin and ended up finding some marine friends…
Mark Richards supercharged his Axopar 24 T-Top which now goes 63kts and is the fastest Axopar 24 EVER!
Zipping out to Jumpinpin Bar in Queensland the six partygoers enjoyed a large sushi platter, champagne and freshly grilled halloumi. The team soaked up the 28-degree heat and splashed in the warm water with the Stringray NEO+ for a heap of fun.
The Eyachts Team headed 10km offshore in 2 metre swells on the Axopar 37 Sun Top with a group of pro surf skiiers to capture the adventure on the water…
Whether it’s around your local waterways or escaping the ordinary there is so much to do…
Boxing day is best spent popping champagne and watching the start of the Sydney to Hobart race, then relaxing and eating left over Christmas prawns in Little Manly.
Dining in at the divine Thomsons we ordered an assortment of share plates. We lunched on mussels, cold meats, olives and fish and chips while gazing out at the beached boats.
The Waterfront Cafe Review– Church Point
“I have been to The Water Front Cafe, Church Point many times for breakfast and lunch, I have never been failed by the quality of the food. So when the sun was out, my cupboards were empty and with Axopar 28 Cabin in arms reach all I had to do was start the engine and off we went…”
Despite a storm brewing thick in their path the Eyachts Team was determined to leave the office and zip over to the central coast for their boat show meeting… After getting incredibly wet the crew arrived with wind dried hair, ear to ear grins and hungry bellies and walked out full and satisfied!
The Boathouse Bar and Dining
If it’s a sunny Sunday and you are looking for an excuse to take the family out for lunch, consider taking your Axopar to the Boathouse Bar and Dining, Koolewong.…
This blog is going to spill the beans on the best spot to tie off and where to eat in Woy Woy…
Looking for a luncheon location to take your Axopar from the Gold Coast, check out South Stradbroke.
If you want to take a cruise down the Hawkesbury and stop off for some fancy cuisine and a cocktail or 10 we have the perfect place for you.
Whether you are looking for a budget friendly takeaway sandwich or something slightly more upperclass to fit even the fussiest tastebuds, here is the waterfront go too in Pittwater.
If you are looking for a coffee and a sandwich on the go in Sydneys Potts Point, this place if your best bet.
Heading to the Whitsundays? Abell Point Marina is the perfect stop off. Whether you need food, drinks, a berth to stay or fuel top up, this marina will provide.
Estuary is located in Brooklyn and is a light filled, contemporary, restaurant and bar. Offering Australian cuisine with a spectacular waterfront setting.
Chiosco- The Spit
The Spit delivers Italian cuisine on the waterline. The perfect place to dock your boat and enjoy a delicious meal. See what Eyachts has to say…
Peats Bite is the ideal place to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or any other important event.
To the casual observer any 2018 model year improvements will appear as subtle ones, much unseen work has been carried out to make every hull designation that much more comfortable, stiffer, stronger, safer and more responsive than ever before.
Jan-Erik, CEO and co-founder of Axopar declared “Eyachts” as the “International Best Dealer of the Year.” This is what he had to say…
The Eyachts team watched eagerly as Alex tackled the Mediterranean on waterski’s in 10 day, here’s the day to day drama.
We are so proud that the Axopar 37 Sun-Top version R partnered with Chasing Canguro and achieve new feats but why did Alex pick this boat?
His Serene Highness Prince Albert of Monaco Tested Greenline NEO EDrive at Monaco Yacht Show to promote more efficient electrically powered vehicles.
Against competing finalists Boote Polch (Germany) and Herholdt Andersen (Norway) the two biggest dealers in Europe, Eyachts pulled through to take gold for “Best of Axopar Brand Engagement 2018”.
The marine world is being plague by the outboard epidemic and we aren’t mad about it.
Immeasurable effort in engineering expertise, time and money during the development phase of the Greenline Yachts, has created this state-of-the-art product.
BOAT REVIEWS AND FIRST IMPRESSIONS
Read about to the 2019 Axopar Dealer Conference and the highly anticipated release of the all new Axopar 37.
Introducing the boat that dares to be different! Something tantalisingly fresh, transformed and smarter than ever before.
The Eyachts team just returned from Dusseldorf Boat show for the World debut of the NEW-NEO Hard Top, Coupe and now OPEN with optional T-Top.
So many people are excited to get there hands on the Axopar that is just a bit more extra… but what really are the extras with the Brabus line?
Managing Director of Eyachts, Peter Hrones explains the key features of the Greenline 39 and you will be impressed…
Marnie Ebeling writes on her first experience on a Greenline 39, what she thought and what they got up to.
Marnie Ebeling writes on her first experience on an Axopar 37, what it felt like flying at 40 kts and reaching top speeds of 58 kts.
We always get questions on how to dock your boat so we decided we would make a video and blog to explain all!
How to berth a Greenline 39 – the best strategy
Peter Hrones talks us through the best way to berth a Greenline 39.
This is how you reverse Greenline 39 into your berth without fail…
This is how to leave a marina berth on a Greenline 39.
Dan Jones takes us through the exact instructions for how to parallel park an Axopar 37 using transverse thrusts.
Dan Jones takes us through the exact instructions for how to reverse an Axopar 37 into a marina berth. He uses a combination of transverse thrusts and forward and aft side slipping.
Dan Jones takes us through the exact instructions for how to leave a parallel park an Axopar 37 by reversing out.
The stunning new vessel is now ready in Mallorca for the couple to pick up and take off.
We sat down with the pair to discuss their plans and why they decided to launch their yacht in Europe.
Richard and Suzie White are the first Australians to take on Eyachts European Delivery on their own Sealine C430, White Spirit.
The stunning new vessel was in Mallorca, this is where the journey began…
Last we heard the Whites had enjoyed a few months travelling around Mallorca…
In this post, we advise some awesome places in Europe, visiting family and exploring Croatia, telling you where you can visit…
Ian and Julianne Gribble just received their new Axopar 28 Aft Cabin and have done nothing but praise the decision since… in their words has “EXCEEDED EXPECTATIONS” in more ways than one!
The Davis family love their Axopar 28, they use it most weekends and Friday evenings for wakeboarding, day trips with friends, finding secluded beaches and seeing the city at night.
“What really sold the Axopar was the incredible quality performance, especially in choppy water”, Dave says, “I don’t have to worry about the weather or conditions, I can take the Axopar out whenever I want.”
Peter Osborn did a lot of research and investigation when making the choice which flybridge to choose in the 45-50ft category, telling us why he chose the Greenline 48 FLY.