InterContinental Hayman Island Resort has introduced new marina berthing packages to entice boat owners travelling across the Whitsundays in their own vessel to experience Australia’s most iconic private island resort.
Whether it be by day to enjoy the resort’s pools and beachfront activities, or a luxury overnight stay to sip champagne and dine under the stars, it is a great way to elevate a Whitsunday marine holiday experience. The marina has a total of 24 berths and can accommodate vessels up to 45 metres in length.
Arpad Romandy, General Manager of InterContinental Hayman Island Resort said, “Hayman Island marina was upgraded to accommodate superyachts and we are delighted to introduce new berthing packages as a way of expanding our offering to visitors who want to immerse themselves in island life at our luxury island resort.”
Hayman Day Experience
Guests can experience all that the resort has to offer in a day while berthing their vessel at the Hayman marina. They can relax in a private cabana beside the largest pool in the Southern hemisphere with a seafood platter and a crisp glass of white wine, book a signature treatment in the Hayman Spa and make use of the complimentary beachfront activities, including paddle-boarding, kayaking and sailing.
A minimum spend of $250 for each adult is required and can be spent across the resort’s restaurants, bars, Hayman Spa and experiences.
Hayman Overnight Experience
To stay longer, visitors can indulge in an immersive overnight stay with a vast choice of resort accommodation options, from adults-only beachfront pavilions to a luxury swim-out pool suite in the main resort.
Aside from complimentary use of Hayman pools and beachfront activities, overnight guests can take the opportunity to dine out under the stars with a specially curated fine dining a-la-carte menu from Pacific Restaurant or feast on Pan-Asian delights and creative cocktails as the sun sets over the Coral Sea at Bam Bam Restaurant.
Overnight guests can arrive after 3pm and depart at 10am the following day.
For more information and berthing costs go here.