Activities to do on your boat.
At Eyachts we strive for success in all aims of customer service.
This means assisting our customers to find the best bays, things to do and fishing spots.
Every month the Eyachts team reviews new places to take your boat to put it all in one place.
With a family of littlies aboard the Axopar 37 we went searching for fish and hijacked our surfer friend for a whip around the spectacular harbour.
“Nothing beats a two hour surf at Rottnest and then picking up 16 crays on the way home,” says Axopar 24 owner.
The Hrones family talk us through all the exercise they did on their Axopar 28 over the past 3 months in Pittwater.
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.