St. Kitts marina opens

Dec 28, 2014 by Guest Writer

The first section of the 300-acre marina and megayacht harbor, part of the Christophe Harbour project on St. Kitts’ Southeast peninsula, welcomed it first yacht in early December.

When completed, the marina will accommodate yachts up to 300 feet.

Christophe Harbour will be a designated port of entry with on-site customs and immigration services.

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