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Victoria Harbour

Community

We recognise that our marinas have a direct impact on the natural environment an in the communities in which we operate, D’ALBORA Marinas is proud to support a number of initiatives and programs in our communities to ensure that we help create sustainable environments and contribute to society in a meaningful manner.

Environment

D’ALBORA Marinas is committed to providing a safe, enjoyable boating experience for all creatures above the waterline and a clean home for those living below it. All D’ALBORA Marinas strive to delivering sustainable environment with the classification of all marinas by the International Marina Industry Association (MIA) as ‘Level 3 Clean Marinas’ and ‘Fish Friendly Marinas’. Read more

Youth Sailing 

D’ALBORA Marinas recognises the value in fostering the talents of our youth through sponsoring the Youth Sailing Academy at the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia. The Academy’s success was recently demonstrated through graduate sailor Will Ryan taking out Silver at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Visit the CYCA for more information.

Lisa Blair 

D’ALBORA is proud to support Lisa, who recently embarked on a record breaking attempt to become the first female to circumnavigate Antarctica solo and unassisted departing Albany, Western Australia. Lisa is sailing the world to raise awareness on the impacts of climate change. Unfortunately, Lisa had to stall her trip after demasting off Cape Town, South Africa, 76 days in. We look forward to welcoming Lisa home. Stay up to date with Lisa’s trip. 

Sailors with Disability 

We’re proud to assist Sailors With Disability, who provide free sailing and training programs for people with a disability, disadvantaged children and adults, and their carers. Sailing With Disability uses sailing as a tool, builds confidence, self-esteem and new relationships. Find out more about Sailors With Disability.