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YACHTING IN STYLE
Hurricane Hole Marina is a recently redesigned Superyacht Marina at Paradise Landing. With the redesign, it is now the most exclusive berth in the Caribbean. The new superyacht marinas perimeter is now 2,812,071 square feet from its original 190,901 square feet. Yachting at Hurricane Hole comes with slips of up to 420 feet and 6,100 linear feet of deep-water floating and fixed concrete docks with reduced wake and wave action due to the design of the sea walls. The 5-star marina will provide 24-hour security, on-site Customs & Immigration services, 400-amp, 480-volt power, fuel, and pump-out service, laundry, shower, and dressing room facilities. All this makes yachting at Hurricane Hole the ultimate excursion in the Caribbean.
Along with the marina, there will be many luxury amenities for guests to enjoy when yachting at Hurricane Hole. These include retail shops, fine dining, waterfront bars, dockside residences, office spaces, and other world-class amenities for owners and their guests. Residences are either 2 or 3 bedrooms featuring a contemporary design, 10-foot-high floor-to-ceiling windows, and a waterfront view. The residences include membership opportunities at an 18-hole par 72 championship course designed by PGA champion Tom Weiskopf and Paradise Island’s Beach Club on Cabbage Beach.
Another plus of yachting at Hurricane Hole is the world-famous Atlantis resort is right next door, giving owners and guests access to the resort’s 40 restaurants and bars, luxury shopping, waterpark, and casino. Also included are fitness facilities, swimming pools, a crew lounge, charter management services, and private meeting spaces. All these amenities make a Hurricane Hole a place full of unique entertainment.
With a state-of-the-art 5-star marina, plenty of amenities to choose from, and the world-renowned Atlantis resort 120 steps away, Hurricane Hole is one of the premier yachting destinations in the Caribbean. This significant investment into Hurricane Hole is expected to boost Bahamian Tourism and employ many workers creating value for Paradise Island.