Abell Point Marina located in the heart of the Whitsundays, Queensland, Australia has emerged as one of the premier destinations on the east coast of Australia. Having just received a face lift over the past 4 years to the value of $17 million dollars, the new owner Paul Darrouzet is fast realising his vision to be the Monaco of Australia.
In 2017, Abell Point won Superyacht Service Provider of the Year demonstrating the quality of their on-water and shore based facilities, catering for vessels up to 70m. In addition, in August 2017, Abell Point Marina was awarded Australian Marina of the Year for the first time.
On the water, Abell Point is equipped with three-phase power up to 125 amps, berthing up to 70m, concierge services, hi-flow fuel bunkering with cam lock, 24 hour security, on-site container storage and deep water berths to 5m LAT. Concierge services for crew and guests include courtesy car and dedicated marina heli-pad for transfers, scenic flights and private landings.
Situated in the vibrant town of Airlie Beach, it is a perfect base for crew rest & relaxation with easy access to cafes, bars, restaurants, clubs and a variety of shopping.
73m SilverYachts superyacht MY Dragonfly visited the Whitsundays this month and the highly experienced crew guided the stunning superyacht through the Abell Poi…
Press Release 30 Nov 2017
The magical sounds of the didgeridoo and aboriginal song will be heard for the first time at Monaco Yacht show from the 27th to the 30th of September 2017. T…
Press Release 10 Oct 2017
JOINT STATEMENT Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment The Honourable Curtis Pitt Minister for State Development and Minister for Natural Reso…
Press Release 03 Aug 2017
In a gala award ceremony hosted last night at the Marine17 conference at Sydney’s newly revamped exhibition centre, Abell Point Marina took out the coveted Mari…
Press Release 02 Aug 2017
Superyacht Australia (SA) has for some time been seeking to reform the Whitsundays Plan of Management in order to facilitate greater access for vessels over 35
Press Release 01 Aug 2017