Abell Point Marina says "The Whitsundays are open for business"

Firstly, we would like to thank all our customers, suppliers, operators and industry colleagues who have sent message of support and well wishes in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Debbie. Our team and their families are well and greatly appreciate your kind words.

Today marks one week since the the super storm passed over the Whitsunday coast and the resilience and spirit of the boating and Whitsunday community has been incredible. Despite no power, water and limited communications the recovery effort has commenced in full and huge progress is being made throughout the marina precinct. Repair work is underway, the recovery plan is in action, operators are back running and we are well and truly open for business!

The restoration plan is underway...

The mood is largely positive and both the marina and Airlie Beach are a hive of activity. The sound of generators buzzing, workmates laughing and boats moving in and out of the marina is testament to the resilience of the Whitsunday region.

For the marina, whilst we suffered damage to our on-water operations, the restoration plan is well underway. Teams are working around the clock to relocate vessels, restore power to berths & fuel services, enable access to pontoons, as well as staying in touch with our customers, tenants and operators to assist them in any way we can.

All forward bookings for the upcoming cruising season will be honoured and we are looking forward to welcoming you back to the marina and the beautiful Whitsundays.

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