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St Kitts and Nevis’ Big Plans for Yachting

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor St. Kitts and Nevis has launched a new strategy aimed at growing the destination’s yachting sector. The destination has unveiled a new Yachting Strategic and Implementation Plan for 2017-2022, which will guide efforts to diversify the …

Park Hyatt Opens in St Kitts

 By Alexander Britell The Caribbean’s first-ever Park Hyatt hotel has officially opened its doors on the island of St Kitts. The new 126-room luxury resort is set on St Kitts’ Banana Bay on the island’s lush southeastern peninsula. It’s the …

Park Hyatt St Kitts “Still on Track” for November Debut

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The highly anticipated Park Hyatt St Kitts is “still on track” for a November 2017 opening, the property said in a statement. The news comes after the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, which largely …

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Christophe Harbour Marina

 St. Kitts’ Christophe Harbour luxury development Christophe Harbour has welcomed Ketut Agustika as Executive Sous Chef of both the Pavilion Beach Club as well as the award-winning beachside bar, SALT Plage. “Now is a momentous time for Christophe Harbour’s culinary …

 A targeted approach By Dana NilandCJ Contributor St Kitts is looking to attract “lifestyle visitors,” and it has a major draw: the Christophe Harbour development and its marina. St Kitts and Nevis Tourism Minister Lindsay Grant said the “lifestyle visitor” …

 Above: the new marina in St Kitts By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a new superyacht marina in the Caribbean. St Kitts-based development Christophe Harbour debuted its new Marina at Christophe Harbour this week. The first phase of the marina …

 Above: the deck at SALT Plage in St Kitts By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts, famous for its collection of diverse beach bars on Frigate Bay, has a new beach bar to boast about: SALT Plage. The bar has …

 Above: a rendering of the marina at Christophe Harbour By the Caribbean Journal staff The Christophe Harbour development in St Kitts is set to break ground on its marina, the government announced. The 300-berth marina will break ground later this …

 Above: Christophe Harbour By the Caribbean Journal staff A group of Russian investors will be contributing $50 million to a pair of projects on St Kitts’ southeast peninsula, Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas announced. The projects will see the construction …

 Above: a villa at Christophe Harbour (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts’ Christophe Harbour development has been sold to one of its original developers, following the acquisition of parent company Kiawah Partners last week. The St Kitts …

 Above: a rendering of the Ocean Grove project By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts’ Christophe Harbour luxury development continues to grow. The latest project is the Ocean Grove residential development, the product of a joint venture agreement between the …

 This is no ordinary infinity pool. Yes, it goes on forever toward the Caribbean Sea. But what’s really display here is the future of tourism in St Kitts. Today’s Caribbean Postcard is a snapshot from one of the newly-built cottages …

 Above: Christophe Harbour By the Caribbean Journal staff Dubai’s Range Developments has signed an agreement to build a Park Hyatt hotel in St Kitts. The project will be financed through the St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme through …

 Above: Christophe Harbour By the Caribbean Journal staff The government of St Kitts and Nevis has identified yachting as a potential growth area and one that could change “dramatically” in the next few years, according to Tourism Minister Richard Skerritt. …

 Above: Christophe Harbour By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts and Nevis is expected to see growth in several sectors in 2012, particularly in construction, where several new projects are already underway. Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas said the economy …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Above: Christophe Harbour Construction is underway on a series of new projects in St Kitts, including a private jet terminal and the Kittitian Hill resort, according to Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas. The jet terminal …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Construction on the marina of the multi-billion-dollar Christophe Harbour resort project in St Kitts is underway. Dredging is down to 20 feet at the site of the marina, according to Buddy Darby, CEO of Kiaway, …