WHALE WATCHING

AXOPAR 28 T-TOP

At Cobli we are constantly showing our boat owners the incredible activities you can do with your boat.

Whale watching can cost upwards of $100 even $200 for a couple of hours on the water and no guaranteed sighting. However, if you own one you can go searching at your own leisure.

We took the Axopar 28 T-Top just outside of Sydney Harbour and the outcome was sensational!!!

What you need to know about Whale Watching in Sydney;

From April to mid-August the Humpbacks are heading north to give birth and mate in the waters of the Coral Sea. At this time of year, they tend to swim constantly north at 4-5 knots (5–9 km/h) and will have regular surface intervals.

From mid-August to mid-December the Humpbacks are heading south to return to the Antarctic feeding ground for the southern hemisphere summer. While they will tend southwards they may swim in any direction for hours at a time, with less consistent surface intervals.

Our verdict is that winter in Sydney is the best chance you’ll get to catch a sighting. 

With the Axopar 28 T-Top arriving in February 2021 you will have plenty of time through the winter to catch a glimpse of these spectacular animals. 

IMAGINE THE EXPERIENCE

The Lookout

The Lookout

The Lookout is located in Elizabeth Bay just around the corner from some of Sydney’s most iconic destinations including the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge and beaches such as milk beach.

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Axopar Test Day

Axopar Test Day

With 3 out of 5 shares sold on the Axopar 28 arriving in February, we wanted to give you all the opportunity to secure those last two slots for only $55,000 each.
What: Axopar 28 T-Top Test Runs
Where: The Spit, Sydney
When: Saturday, February 6th, 10 am-4 pm

Sea Life Spotting Axopar Adventure

Sea Life Spotting Axopar Adventure

The best part about any Axopar is the ease of use and the ability to go anywhere and do anything in comfort and style.  One of our favourite activities is to zoom offshore and spot sea life.On this particularly spontaneous day the sky was blue but the ocean was...