The Middle East’s Premier Marina
Yas Marina currently operates 227 fully serviced wet berths for yachts from 8m to 90m LOA, with superyacht visitor berths up to 175m. Yas Marina has a wide variety of berths available for yachts of all sizes, with race track view options.
Yas Marina is the perfect gateway to the unique destination that is Yas Island, where traditional hospitality, modern luxury and spectacular attractions combine to create an unforgettable experience. Located at the heart of the Yas Marina Circuit, the marina has 143 yacht berths from 8m to 90m, with additional visitor berthing for superyachts up to 150m. Yas Marina is a full service, modern facility providing a range of services at the highest level, with world-class amenities on the doorstep.
Designed and built to the highest international standards, Yas Marina is recognised to be the premier yacht marina in the Middle East, and the world’s first marina created specifically for superyachts. The marina offers standards of service that anticipate and meet the need of every visiting yacht owner, their guests, captains and crew.
VHF Channel: 8
• Electricity supply
• Fresh water supply
• Wi-Fi broadband
• Grey & black water pump-out
• Berthing assistance
• 24 hour CCTV
• Marina club car service
• Boat provisioning
• Complimentary water transport
• Complimentary car parking
• Technical services through reliable third parties
• 24 hour boat maintenance and spare parts facilities
• Concierge service for berth holders
• Luxury washrooms and facilities
• Yacht brokerage
• Yacht charter
• Yacht maintenance
• Yacht crew and management agency
• On board catering
• Flower delivery
• Car rental service
For further information on any of the facilities available from Yas Marina speak to one of our marina team.
Designed and built to the highest international standards, Yas Marina is recognised to be the premier yacht marina in the Middle East. Located at the heart of Yas Marina Circuit, it offers premier marina services with family-friendly amenities and entertainment ashore.
Arrival and departure
(*subject to permission)
Technical and haul-out facilities are provided at nearby Mussafah Port, by MTM Marine shipyard, serving vessel up to 40 metres. Refits and engines. MTU agent for the Middle East, electronics, deck equipment servicing.
Abu Dhabi shipyard: vessel up to 70 metres. Boat repairs, composite department, electronics, deck equipment servicing.
There is an ADNOC Fuel Station located at Shamaliya Island 4 nautical miles from Yas Marina.
Special and Diesel are both available from the floating pontoon. The pontoon offers 500mm freeboard and is suitable for craft up to 20m. Maximum capacity of tanks is 23,000 gallons of Special and 8,000 gallons of Diesel. Channel markers are adequate for the voyage that takes approximately 1.25 hours from Yas Marina travelling at 6 knots. Depth of water ranges from 6 to 8 metres.
Black and grey water pump-out is available 24hrs. The marina has facilities for the safe disposal of oil, filters, and batteries. Garbage collection is every morning 5am to 9am.
Electricity 220/240v to 600 amp. On-site yacht valet services. 24 hour security staff. Extensive but discreet CCTV coverage.
Visa requirements for entering Abu Dhabi vary greatly between different nationalities and it is always advised to check regulations before travelling.
GCC nationals can stay more or less as long they like. Citizens from 32 countries (including Britain, America and Australia) can stay on a 30 day visit visa and then apply for a visa for a further two months.
South African and other citizens may obtain a visit visa from the UAE embassy in their respective countries before departure.
For all other nationalities, a visa must be applied for before the visitor enters the country either through their respective embassy, a local UAE sponsor or a local hotel.
Some prescribed and over the counter medicines that are available in the UK and elsewhere are considered controlled substances in the UAE. Any such medication cannot be brought into the UAE without prior permission from the UAE Ministry of Health.
The most direct route from the Arabian Gulf to Yas Marina is to enter Abu Dhabi inner-coastal waters at Mina Zayed and transit southeast through the Umm Al Nar Channel towards Yas Island.
Continue along that same course for approximately 6.5 n.m. and enter the Yas Channel at the intersection of Balrimayd Island and Al Sammaliyah Island. When entering the Yas Channel please respect the cardinal markers.
Continue within the channel bearing south-southeast until passing the Aldar HQ building (large, round, coin-shaped building) on your starboard side.
Continue past Al Raha Beach and Al Bandar residential communities (three large residential towers that look like steps into the water), respecting the wake free zone.
You will then see the visitor berth of Yas Marina ahead of you. Continue past this and turn left at the marina entrance.
Note: please refer to Admiralty Chart No. 3715 – United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi & Umm Al Nar.
For further information on the approach and accessing Yas Marina, please contact the marina office on VHF channel 8.