Superbly located, Port of Airlie Marina is Whitsundays newest waterfront destination, and is the chosen destination for tropical mariners worldwide.
Situated on the same latitude as Rio De Janeiro and Tahiti, Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays enjoy a year round tropical climate. Take a leisurely stroll through the Main Street to Port of Airlie, pick up some supplies for the day, refuel, and then head off to any of the 74 beautiful islands of the Whitsundays, or the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef. There is a real sense of community at Port of Airlie, with many berth owners also choosing to live within the residential precincts.
The Marina Berths come with a rare 90+ year lease which cater for mono-hull and multihull boats, and range in size from 10m to 50m. Port of Airlie Marina offers a protected location, making it the Whitsundays ideal secure boating home base, and is fast becoming a sought after location for mariners worldwide.
When travelling to Port of Airlie, the opening of the Cruise Whitsundays Maritime Terminal in 2014 has provided direct transfer access to the marina from Australian Eastern Seaboard capital cities.
Port of Airlie is a major tourist transit hub for those arriving or departing the Whitsundays through either Hamilton Island or the Whitsunday Coast Airports. Moor your boat just metres away from alfresco dining, and exciting retail outlets, or simply laze on deck and soak in the stunning ocean and marina views of the Whitsundays.