Anchorage Marina – Features & Services
We provide all you need.
Security, WiFi, Guest Parking, New berths and fuel dock, plus more…
Anchorage Marina upgrade is complete!
We’ve been working hard through the winter months to bring you the best experience possible this summer. With the safest and best conditions for your boat in mind, we’ve undertaken major works installing two new marina arms with 22 new berths for larger boats. A wave attenuator has been installed for full protection from the wind and fetch, and we’ve upgraded our fuel dock for ease of approach and tie up. We love our new look and we’re sure you will too.
- Full-service permanent or casual berths
- 24/7 Security Video Surveillance
- 2017 Upgrade: two new marina arms for boats up to 20m
- Protected from prevailing winds year-round by breakwalls
- New Fuel Dock (2017) for boats up to 30 m
- Diesel & Premium Unleaded
- 220v 15amp single phase. 32, 64 & 125amp 3 phase
- Modern Bathrooms and Laundry
- Pump out facilities
- Secure free parking for marina guests
- Dockmaster is available to help 7 days a week
- Complimentary Coffee in the Lounge
“Thank you for a wonderful stay. We were delighted with your welcoming and level of care. Thanks again for giving us a great Port Stephens Experience. We will be back!”
– Clem and Jim Cormack
Patrick Whetter, Manager
Patrick Whetter arrived in Australia on his Nautitech 47’ catamaran, in which he spent two years sailing the Atlantic and Pacific with his wife and four children. He brings over 200,000 sea miles and extensive industry knowledge to his new role as Marina Manager.
Originally from England, Patrick started his working life in a boat yard and worked his way up from there. Based in Palma de Mallorca for the past 20 years, he worked in the Super Yacht industry in the Mediterranean and Caribbean as Captain, First Mate and Crew.
He founded and directed SuperYacht Sailmakers, a company that became the industry standard and was purchased by Quantam Sails in 2007. Patrick also initiated and ran The SuperYacht Cup regatta in Palma de Mallorca for 16 years, and its sister event in Antigua for five years.
In Fiji in 2016, Patrick was heavily involved in the post Cyclone Winston efforts of the humanitarian organization Sea Mercy. Using his family boat, Patrick helped deliver first response aid including medical and solar equipment, and essential building materials to remote outer islands that the Fiji Government was unable to reach.