Rivergate continues to attract the big superyachts

Rivergate

The growth at Rivergate Marina and Shipyard continues to accelerate, as this world class superyacht maintenance facilities’ reputation grows exponentially.

Recent superyacht visits to Rivergate include the 30m Westport Yacht MY Hope, 33m Kingship Yacht MY Jeremy, 35m Warren Yacht MY Crystal Lady, 42m Vitters Yacht SY Sarissa, 43m Royal Denship Yacht MY Triple 8, 45m McMullen and Wing Yacht MY Big Fish, 45m Oceanfast Yacht MY Perfect Persuasion, 47.5m ISA built MY Aquamarina, 49m Trinity Yacht MY Glaze, 55m Heesen Yacht MY Serenity and 63m expedition yacht MY SuRi.

Several of the aforementioned Superyachts are returning for their second or third visit to the Rivergate facilities.

Rivergate’s General Manager, Andrew Cannon said it was the busiest period the Marina and Shipyard had seen since opening in 2006.

“The influx of superyachts into the Australasia region has Rivergate’s project management services in high demand,” Mr Cannon said.

“High-quality refits that are delivered on time and on budget are what Rivergate have consistently delivered to their customers and this is being recognised globally,” he said.
The significant growth in Superyachts visiting the South Pacific and the very competitive position of the Australian dollar means the current growth in Superyacht visitations is expected to continue.

While Rivergate continues to work in the superyacht industry, it also has a major hand in commercial works. Amongst a pristine shipyard and marina; a vast range of services, including project management and refits are provided, making Rivergate the ideal location for Superyachts or commercial vessels.