Marina under way on St. Kitts

Aug 19, 2013 by Guest Writer

St Kitts’ Christophe Harbour development has been sold to one of its original developers, following the acquisition of parent company Kiawah Partners in June.

The 2,500-acre development on the island’s southeastern peninsula is now owned by Buddy Darby, the outgoing CEO of Kiawah Partners.

Planned for Christophe Harbour is a marina, a Park Hyatt resort, golf and tennis clubs, residential homes and more. The hotel broke ground this summer and dredging continues for the marina.

Slips of 150-220 feet in length are available for sale, with an opening expected in 2015.


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