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Introducing the NSW Marine Parks Multi-Pass

Superyachts 153° have been head down and busy working with Department of Primary Industry in New South Wales Australia, to now provide a more streamline and flexible option for Marine Park Permits.


Protecting our natural assets is essential, it's why so many visitors come to our shores each year, in particular our marine parks.


“…so extraordinary it is almost unbelievable... few islands, surely, can be so accessible, so remarkable, yet so unspoilt.” Sir David Attenborough said of Lord Howe Island about 270Nm off the East Coast - one of the seven marine parks on the NSW Coast.


Originally each individual marine park would require a permit for a superyacht to visit both for private and charter yachts, meaning extensive paperwork for each application.


Now with the Marine Park Multi-Pass and Superyachts 153° simple click and upload online form - access in some of the most stunning places in NSW has never been easier. Guests can go diving with the Grey Nurse Sharks off Cape Byron, walking the white silica sands in Jervis Bay, or climbing the towering Mount Lidgbird on Lord Howe Island for an unsurpassed view of their yacht.


Are you interested in cruising a NSW Marine Park this summer season ? Need assistance with a permit ? Please reach out, you will be glad you did.


For more information about these stunning destinations, please click on the button below for the NSW Superyacht Guide.



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