St Kitts homeport, The Marina at Christophe Harbour, is offering complimentary dockage to yachts wishing to explore the new development.
With three nights complimentary dockage available for vessels between 30 and 90 metres, The Marina at Christophe Harbour, forming the third point in the cruising triangle of St Kitts, Antigua and St Maarten, is set to attract yachts looking to set a course for a new destination.
The St Kitts’ marina, the first stage of which will open in early 2015 year, has already hosted yachts eager to try the developing destination for themselves.
Berths stretch up to 65 metres, with a draft of 5.6 meters, and the marina features a professionally engineered entry and turning basin. The marina is a designated point of entry and expedited customs clearance ensures guests clear into the country quickly, while the yachts themselves benefit from the yacht-friendly legislation the federation has implemented. The Marina at Christophe Harbour offers significantly reduced bunkering costs due to no import duties on the import or sale of fuel, is 15 minutes from an FBO airport and will feature 300 berths upon completion.
The Marina at Christophe Harbour is set to be a game-changer; berth purchases are freehold, not leasehold, and come with the opportunity to gain citizenship in a nation with no personal tax or residency requirement for citizenship.
The complimentary package also includes access to SALT Plage; Christophe Harbour’s on-site seaside bar, serving up barefoot luxury to owners and guests. A pier stretches 82 feet into the bay, offering 1,450 square feet to dock tenders and a spread of lounging areas from which to watch the sunset.
For more information, visit ChristopheHarbour.com.