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New marina begins in Nevis

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Construction began in May on the marina at The Residence at Tamarind Cove in Nevis. In the works are “about 100 slips of various sizes,” including 10 for “very large superyachts,” said Adrian Dozier, director of Tamarind Cove Marina Development Ltd.


The depth at the deep end of the Marina will be 15 feet as will be the entrance channel.


Construction is expected to take about 14 months.


The Residence at Tamarind Cove is a 126-room residence hotel with yacht club and members-only gaming club. It is expected to open in December 2015.


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