Refer a friend and save on berthing
In April 12, 1904 Thomas Abell was the first European settler in Airlie Beach discovering a beautiful mainland base to bring up a family and establish a living. Soon after settling, Thomas invited his family and friends to come and discover the beauty of the Whitsundays and share in the opportunity to develop a future for the Abell family.
To recognise the first settlements of the Abell family, Abell Point invites you to refer a friend to re-discover the revitalised marina experience. Just like the first European settlers invited their friends to visit the region, refer a friend to Abell Point Marina and receive 10% off your next booking and 5% for your friend.
Paul Darrouzet, owner of Abell Point Marina said ‘this referral campaign is all about recognising the history of the region and inviting friends to share and re-discover the newly revitalised Abell Point Marina experience. With a range of great new facility and service offerings such as the dedicated Heli Taxi now flying, invite your friends along and settle for only the best in 2015.
Be sure a new standard in marinas has been set.
To take advantage of this referral discount on your next booking, call the marina office on 07 4946 2400 or send an email to reservations with your booking details and the details of your referral booking. You can also use our online booking form.
*Terms & Conditions: The majority of the berthing period must be completed in 2015 – over 50%. Booking period 21 April – 31 May 2015. 10% discount will be applied to the initial booking, with 5% for the referral booking. To obtain the discount, both bookings must be completed at the same time. Bookings must be used in one rental period. This deal can only be redeemed once, with discount not applying to extension of berthing at later date. Not available to commercial operators and existing rentals. Discount must be used individually and not with any other discounts or vouchers. Rates vary depending on berth and vessel size requirements. Subject to availability.