We are proud to partner with the following organisations and are grateful for their on-going support:
Founded in 1971. We run a regular, competitive yacht racing programme. We provide a social environment for members and visitors. We have our own premises located in the northern part of Soldiers Point. This provides a friendly environment for sailors to share their stories and enjoy a drink after racing. Friends and visitors are always welcome to join us for the lovely views across the marina and the western waters of Port Stephens. Our club is run by a Board of nine members with the Commodore at the ‘helm’. Click here.
For 40 years Pantaenius has been providing yacht insurance to yacht owners all over the world. With over 80,000 clients Pantaenius is the number one insurance provider in Europe delivering true local service when you need it most.
Pax Printers provides Digital, Offset and Large Format printing services. Our company is founded on the belief that our customers are the reason for our success and our focus is service. Pax Printers are committed to meeting the needs of our customers and beyond. The result of this means a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and those that are recommended by them. Printing is tangible, it is highly effective in getting your message across and when recycled it will come back to us as environmentally friendly paper or board.
At the Bega Valley Innovation Hub we are part of the iAccelerate Innovation Network which means we are creating and building a successful innovative economy and creating jobs for the future of the Bega Valley. An eco-system that supports our growing economy and a supportive community to help you build and grow your business ideas. Brought to you by the University of Wollongong (UOW), we are bringing a unique business accelerator program to the Bega Valley in 2019 and 2020.
Lake Macquarie Yacht Club (LMYC) is a family orientated club built around the true meaning of the word “club”, layered by generations upon generations of sailors officially unfurling the club burgee in 1934.