Booty’s Boat Locker is a Welcome Addition to Port Sidney Marina

Bootys Port Sydney

Mar 21, 2017

Boater have something to cheer about at the Port Sidney Marina. The opening of the new Chandlery “ Booty’s Boat Locker” on the upper deck at the floating Welcome Centre and Offices at the Port Sidney Marina had its grand opening on Friday, March 17.

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The opening of this much-needed store has been met with great enthusiasm. Janie Hofmeyr is the owner and driving force behind this intriguing new addition to the boating community in and around the Port Sidney Marina.

The store carries the latest electronics, boat cleaning and maintenance products along with hardware, safety equipment and charts. There is also a large array of giftware, galley must haves, apparel and shoes.





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While you are at the store take advantage of the cozy coffee corner and relax.


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