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The Marina at Christophe Harbour is offering six new berths for yachts of 347-400 feet (106m-122m) for sale with deeded, freehold title instead of the traditional leasehold arrangement. The price for the berths, which will feature alongside mooring on fixed concrete piers, ranges from $6.25 million to $7 million.

The marina, part of a 2,500-acre resort on the southeastern peninsula of St. Kitts, has 24 fully serviced yacht berths for vessels of 147-213 feet (45m-65m). It’s a designated port of entry for St. Kitts and Nevis, offering 24-hour security, tax- and duty-free fuel with in-berth fueling, and duty-free concessions for provisioning and imports.

The Marina at Christophe Harbour is offering six new berths for yachts of 347-400 feet (106-122m) for sale with deeded, freehold title.

“There are not that many places where a superyacht of this size can go and safely dock, whatever the weather in the Caribbean,” stated Christophe Harbour CEO Charles P. “Buddy” Darby III, noting that the marina is situated in a protected natural harbor.

Ownership, according to the marina, grants access to a marina village with art galleries, cafe and shops; a Customs House that will be home to marina services, customs and immigration; a fitness center and crew lounge; and shoreside amenities at the Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour hotel, The Pavilion beach club, and Salt Plage beach bar.

Berth ownership also offers eligibility for economic citizenship via the St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment program, which includes visa-free travel to more than 120 countries and no residency requirement.

The island is served by KayanJet private air terminal with VIP clearance and a modern airport with direct flights from major cities including Miami, New York, Toronto and London.

For more information, visit ChristopheHarbour.com

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