In direct response to an increased demand for larger berths, Christophe Harbour has now launched six new freehold berths for superyachts measuring up to 122 metres.
Renowned as a world-class marina in the Eastern Caribbean, the berths will come with 24-hour security with a fully-monitored single access point, concierge services and tax-free concessions which include fuel.
Owning a berth also gives yacht-owners the opportunity to qualify for economic ownership, which includes visa-free travel to a wide selection of countries.
In addition to the stand-out services and a wide range of amenities on land, the geographical position of the marina means it is naturally protected and rarely suffers from inclimate weather.
The marina's new capacity to host even larger superyachts comes from chief executive Charles "Buddy" Darby, who made the plans a reality. He said; "There are not that many places where a superyacht of this size can go and safely dock whatever the weather in the Caribbean."
There are not that many places where a superyacht of this size can go and safely dock whatever the weather in the Caribbean
Christophe Harbour is a popular marina which is likely to become even more in-demand thanks to the new berths.
Promising a superior and safe location to dock in the stunning setting of the Caribbean, the upgrades made to the harbour will make the region even more desirable as the winter charter season rolls around.