Enjoy your stay at Abell Point MarinaMake A Booking
With 519 wet berths and the ability to accommodate vessels up to 80m, Abell Point Marina offers much more than a place to ‘park your boat’. Inclusive in all berthing is a range of concierge services, which have been thoughtfully designed with your needs in mind. In addition to our concierge services, our new utilities service offers all guests 15amp power, water, access to our customer lounge Ocean Club and village guest WiFi.
Berths are available from midday (12pm) on the day of arrival and check-out is by 11am on the day of departure. We understand you may wish to extend your stay with us, so please notify us of your intentions as soon as convenient so we can accommodate your request. Due to the high volume of vessel traffic we experience at Abell Point, it may be necessary on occasion to relocate to another berth for the remainder of your stay.
If you intend on arriving outside of office hours, we simply require a forward booking. We will then contact you on the day of arrival with your berthing allocation and our Night Duty Manager will be available to assist you on your arrival.
Abell Point Marina monitors VHF channel 9 during office hours. Call sign “Abell Point Marina”
Marina Forms & Procedures
Your safety, the safety of your vessel and preserving our marine environment are paramount to us at Abell Point Marina. Please refer to our comprehensive list of marina procedures, to acquaint yourself with marina requirements.
All guests staying with us at Abell Point Marina are required to complete our Berthing Agreement. Completion of this document and providing us with a current copy of your insurance will assist in servicing you better throughout your stay.Access our Marina Forms & Procedures
All vessels staying with us must have current full comprehensive insurance including P&I (Protection & Indemnity) cover to the value of A$10M. We accept third party insurance policies which have P&I cover to the value of A$10M and wreck removal and salvage to the value of A$10M. Insurance must be from a provider that is licensed to operate in Australia under the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
A copy of your vessel’s current insurance documentation is required, along with a signed copy of the Berthing Agreement when checking in.
It is mandatory that all electrical leads connecting to our shore power must be tested by a qualified professional and have a current and valid tag displayed on the lead. It is also compulsory that all single-phase power leads are to have a current rating no less than 15AMP for safety requirements.