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Cullen Bay Marina

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Cullen Bay Marina

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Cullen Bay Marina is home to over 250 vessels encompassed by some of the best Restaurants that Darwin has to offer, and fringed by Darwins premium residential suburb Cullen Bay. The Marina provides extensive modern facilities for local and visiting crafts including yacht maintenance services, an internal slipway, an external fuelling station, waste pump-out facilities and 24hr staffing and securit

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Facilities
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Electricity
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Fuel
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Water
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Wifi
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Showers
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Sewage
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Toilets
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Recycling
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Food
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Bar
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Supermarket
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Haulout
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Hurricane Hole
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Customs Clearance
-12.45206 N, 130.82376 E
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Active Winter Community?
Yes
Berth Size
20m+
Manoeuvrability
Fair
Approaches & Channel Marking
Excellent
Catamaran Berths
Yes
Dock Type
Floating
Depth at MLW
2 - 3m
Current/Tidal Flow
Beware
Port of Entry
Yes
Visitor Berths
Yes
VHF Channel
11
Weather
Sun
5AM - 9AM
21 April 2024
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SE 9–12 knots. Gusts up to 20 knots.
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22–26°C
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Calm sea
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Partly cloudy
Sun
9AM - 1PM
21 April 2024
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SE 12 knots decreasing to 9 knots. Gusts up to 19 knots.
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Increasing from 26 to 31°C
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Calm sea
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Mostly fine
Sun
1PM - 5PM
21 April 2024
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SE 8 knots decreasing to 5 knots.
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30°C
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Calm sea
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UV Index: 5 - Moderate
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Partly cloudy
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