The highly-anticipated new subperyacht marina on The Bahamas’ Paradise Island is here.
The new Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina held its grand opening this week, following a dramatic redesign and transformation of the deepwater marina.
The project is developed by Sterling Global Financial.
Sterling’s David Kosoy said the marina was the “most technologically advanced” in the country, with in-slip fueling and even concrete floating docks that rise and fall with the tides.
That’s along with 24-hour security, new power infrastructure, Wi-Fi and direct fiber internet access.
“The Bahamas has long been the premier vacation and luxury destination in the Caribbean, and I dare say the Western Hemisphere. The Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina and the Residences at Paradise Landing are fitting and welcome additions to the continued development of The Bahamas’ world-renowned tourism product,” said Bahamas Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis.
The marina has several features already open to the public, including a poolside bar, a wine and liquor store and a gym.
That will soon be joined by three new restaurants, a gourmet grocery store, a pharmacy, a wellness center and a beauty salon.
“We’re proud of what the Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina means for The Bahamas and Bahamian economy as we celebrate the start of an exciting new chapter of the marina’s long, storied legacy on Paradise Island,” Kosoy said. “While this grand opening marks a major milestone of our work, we look forward to even more to come as Hurricane Hole continues to grow its offerings to serve the yachting community.”
For more, visit Hurricane Hole.