Booking Calendar

XTsea is the best value catamaran charter on Sydney Harbour! Check our availability for your event.

Find a date and time, and get in touch with us to work out the details.

Before you call, you might want to think about a few things...

  • Number of Guests?

  • What time of day suits?

  • What type of event is it?

  • Any special requirements?

  • Where is it convenient to pickup and dropoff?

  • Food / drink?

  • What do you want to do on the charter? Cruise? Anchor and eat? Swim? 

Once you have a few rough ideas, get in touch for a no-obligation chat.

Call Colleen on 0490 175 739


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The Fine Print.

There are a few conditions under which we contract to conduct a charter for you. There are no nasty surprises hidden in there and it's all pretty clear cut, but please take the time to read through and understand them. 

Payment of the deposit signifies that you accept and understand these conditions.

  1. Quotations. Quotations are valid for 7 days only, after which they may be subject to price changes.
  2. Tentative Bookings. Tentative reservations will be held in good faith for up to seven days pending payment of the depositor until another party wants to book the vessel, whichever is sooner. The booking is not secured until the deposit has been received.
  3. Confirmation of Booking. A Charter will be confirmed on receipt of the deposit specified. All bookings made within fourteen days of Charter date require payment in full at the time of booking.
  4. Deposit. The deposit payable will be 20% of the total estimated Charter fee unless otherwise specified.
  5. Final Payment. Final guest numbers and final payment is required seven days prior to the Charter unless otherwise agreed. The final guest numbers will be deemed the minimum number of guests for catering charges. After this time the guest numbers may increase if agreed by the Agent/Operator, however they cannot decrease. Any additional passengers on the day are charged accordingly.
  6. Methods of Payment. Direct Deposit, EFT, PayID, or cash are acceptable forms of payment. Credit card facilities are NOT available.
  7. Cancellations. More than 30 days prior to the date of the charter the deposit will be refunded less a $300 management fee. Cancellations within 30 days of the charter date shall forfeit the deposit entirely.
  8. Additional Charges. Additional charges on the day of service are to be immediately paid by the client by PayID or cash only.
  9. Responsible Service of Alcohol. The Operator is required to follow the guidelines for the Responsible Service of Alcohol. The Skipper and crew must refuse service of alcohol to both intoxicated persons and guests under the age of 18. The Operator may refuse service of alcohol to any individual in the Operator’s absolute discretion at any time. Intoxicated guests will not be permitted to board. Whenever alcohol is served on a Vessel, substantial food must also be provided to satisfy the RSA obligations. The Operator has the right to refuse passengers boarding if sufficient food is not provided.
  10. Behaviour. Your charter will be terminated in the event of unacceptable behaviour as determined by the skipper, and if such circumstances occur there will be no refunds. Prostitution and illicit drugs are prohibited on all charters.
  11. Restricted Areas. Hiring of this vessel does not give access to cabins and other restricted areas of the vessel, unless with permission of the crew.
  12. Bond. We do not require you to pay a security bond however you acknowledge that YOU PERSONALLY are required to cover any additional costs including but not limited to damage to the vessel, its equipment and fittings, additional services, excessive cleaning charges and any other costs attributable to your group.
  13. Weather Conditions. All Charters will proceed regardless of weather conditions unless deemed unsafe by the Skipper.
  14. Charter Route. The route of the charter may be discussed in advance however the Charterer acknowledges that the Skipper has the sole discretion at all times to take whatever action is necessary to protect and maintain the safety, welfare and good order of the vessel, its passengers and crew with regard to the weather conditions and other activity on the Harbour.
  15. Responsibility of the Charterer. The Charterer is at all times responsible for the conduct of the Charterer’s group.
  16. Damage to the Vessel. The Charterer shall indemnify the Operator in respect of any loss or damage to the Vessel or its equipment or fittings howsoever caused by the Charterer’s Group. Fair wear and tear excepted.
  17. Limit of Liability. It is a condition of the Charter that the liability of the Operator, its servants, agents, employees and subcontractors is agreed to be limited in accordance with the Limitation of Liabilities and Maritime Claims Act 1989 and that any claim for loss or damage must be notified in writing within seven days from the day of the Charter and any court action, suit or proceeding must be brought within one year of that date.
  18. Indemnity. The Charterer agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Operator, the Agent, their agents and employees, from and against any and all losses, claims, actions, costs, expenses, fees, damages, fines and liabilities (including reasonable legal fees) caused by any negligent act or omission by the Charterer or members of the Charterer’s Group including:
    1. Failure to follow any reasonable direction given by the skipper or crew;
    2. Failure to comply with any of these terms or conditions;
    3. Failure to comply with any warning sign;
    4. Unreasonable or unsafe behaviour;
    5. Wilful misuse of the equipment or facilities of the vessel;
    6. Intoxication or the use of prohibited drugs.
  1. Risk Warning. There are inherent risks and dangers onboard any vessel. All passengers participate in the Charter entirely at their own risk.
  2. Swimming and watertoys. Swimming is only permitted during daylight hours when the vessel is moored or anchored and at the absolute discretion of the crew. Passengers who enter the water and use any of the watertoys provided do so entirely at their own risk.
  3. Jurisdiction. The laws of New South Wales govern this agreement and the parties agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the Courts of New South Wales in respect of any disputes arising between them.
  4. Acceptance. By accepting the quotation and paying a deposit, you agree to be bound by these conditions and agree that you have or shall convey these conditions to all of your group.