Endeavour Marine Services

44 Endeavour Street
Sans Souci 2019

Grant McKellar
0419 226 039

Colin Cole
0423 364 396


About Us

The Botany By Yacht Club is run by members who volunteer their time, so we can all enjoy the club's activities and facilities.

If you think you can contribute in any way, please contact one of the Committee members.


Club house

The Club is open on race days, meeting nights and at other times to suit Club activities. The forward schedule of events is listed in the Blue Book.

We appreciate your consideration of our neighbours, please minimise noise when arriving and leaving the Club. Please note that vehicles must NOT be parked on the centre island of Endeavour Street.

Galley and Bar

Hot food and refreshments are available on race days. The Club bar also operates on race days and may be open at other times to suit cruising and other Club activities.

General Meetings

General meetings for members are held regularly. The forward calendar is displayed on the Club's noticeboard and included in the Club's enewsletter.

Boatyard Facilities

The Club's boatyard is operated by Endeavour Marine Services (EMS). Please contact Grant McKellar or Colin Cole for more information

Grant McKellar 0419 226 039

Colin Cole 0423 364 396



Slipping and hardstand facilities are available by arrangement with the EMS. (vessels up to 25T).

BBYC ordinary members: save 10% on slipping.

The Boatyard Commercial Operator will explain any restrictions that apply to activity within the boatyard. Fees apply.


Please contact EMS if you would like to rent a mooring.

The Club has 3 moorings adjacent to the Club, available on an annual rental basis. EMS also manages a further 25 moorings on beahlf of the Club. These are available for both short and long term rental.

Main Pontoon

The main pontoon is available for ordinary members to use on weekends and public holidays. Please give priority to those sailing in Club events including races, regattas and cruising activities.

Vessels may not be left unattended at the pontoon without the prior permission of the Rear Commodore or Commodore.

On weekdays, ordinary members may contact EMS to arrange use of the pontoon, please provide at least 3 days notice. No fee applies.


The Club provides a tender for transport to and from vessels on the Club’s register in Kogarah Bay, on weekends and public holidays. Priority is given to those sailing in Club events. See the Tender Use Policy. The Club also provides a dinghy which is available for use at any time. 

Both the tender and the dinghy are for transport to and from a member’s vessel with fast turnaround required. Neither may be left tied to a vessel or a mooring.

On race days, to enable everyone to be picked up quickly, skippers are requested to pick up and set down crew and equipment at either the Club pontoon or the public wharf so that only 2 people are transported to or from a mooring. 

Owner’s tenders may be stored on the hardstand rack for a fee by arrangement with EMS.