Camper & Nicholsons Marinas announce that the new berth expansion is complete. Having seen a year-on-year increase of yachts visiting the ‘Island of Spice’, Grenada offers guests an authentic experience to enjoy.
The island is increasing in popularity and Port Louis Marina continues to be the destination of choice on many superyacht and charter yacht itineraries.
The Grenada Tourism Authority met with the Port Louis Marina team to open the new pontoons at the marina and congratulate the marina on offering the excellent facilities to the island of Grenada.
90 new berths were designed ranging from 12 metres to 22 metres on 2 new piers forming part of an exciting expansion development boosting greater opportunity for a larger number of yacht visitors, and long lease berthing options in the marina.
Charlotte Bonin, Marina Manager at Port Louis Marina comments,
“We have seen an increase of demand for seasonal and visiting yachts to Port Louis Marina, and the expansion of the new berthing is to better facilitate charter yachts visiting the island of Grenada, and further support sailing events and regattas with more berthing solutions. We are delighted to open in time for the Caribbean season!”
Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina is the superyacht and cruising hub in the Southern Caribbean, situated below the hurricane belt, the marina currently has berthing for vessels up to 90m in length.
The additional berths will help support the required space for many international events hosted at the marina, including, the RORC Transatlantic Race, World Arc, Oyster World Rally along with more regional boat and charter shows.
Facts from Mathieu Salomon, Technical Director at Camper & Nicholsons Marinas;
- This new phase has been carefully designed to cater for CAT 2 hurricane wind speeds
- Particular attention has been given to the 16m and 18m long fingers on Pier E with four heavy duty mooring points per finger
- Dual frequency supply (US and European) electrical sockets are being installed on a number of these new berths
- Triple berths built into the design to cater for the increasing demand of catamaran berths