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Hole in One

by Lori Eastes
Photo by Hurricane Hole Marina

Nestled along the palm tree-lined shores of the Bahamas, you’ll find one of the most exclusive and exquisite berths in all of the Caribbean: the recently redesigned Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina at Paradise Landing near Nassau. Catering to superyachts, Hurricane Hole provides a yachting community in a class all its own, whether you are seeking a charter vacation spot or looking for a slip to call home.

After its world-class caliber redesign, the marina’s perimeter is now an expansive 2,812,071 square feet as compared to its original 190,901. Yachting at Hurricane Hole comes with slips of up to 420 feet and 6,100 linear feet of deep-water floating, plus fixed concrete docks with reduced wake and wave action due to the design of the sea walls. The five-star marina provides 24-hour security, on-site customs and immigration services, power, fuel, and pump-out services, plus laundry, shower, and dressing room facilities. All this makes yachting from Hurricane Hole easy and effortless for travelers.

Along with the marina services, there are many luxury amenities currently in the last stages of development that guests will enjoy. These include retail shops, fine dining, waterfront bars, dockside residences, office spaces, and other world-class amenities for owners and their guests. For those wishing to sleep ashore, residences are available in either two- or three-bedroom configurations and feature 10-foot-high floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning water views. The residences include membership opportunities to the 18-hole, 72-par championship golf course designed by PGA champion Tom Weiskopf and Paradise Island’s Beach Club on Cabbage Beach. Access to the beach club is a perk for marina owners as well, and the club features powdery white sand, beautiful backdrops of turquoise water, and staff happy to help with food and beverages.

Another plus of yachting at Hurricane Hole is the location. 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. Nassau is just a 5-minute car ride away. The capitol of the Bahamas, this island metropolis experience is where the ease of the tropics meets bustling city life. There is much to be explored, including the island’s Heritage Museum of the Bahamas, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, and the changing of the Guard, a tradition since 1958.

If you’re feeling adventurous, the Exumas is just an hour-long pleasure cruise away from Hurricane Hole. The world-renowned Exumas are a string of 365 islands and cays that are only accessible by boat or seaplane. Here you can enjoy crystal clear turquoise waters, a private beach experience, and even swim with the famous island pigs. You can also enjoy watersports such as kayaking, parasailing, snorkeling, and scuba diving in one of the world’s largest contiguous coral reefs.

With a state-of-the-art marina, plenty of resort amenities, and accessibility to such gems as Nassau and the more remote islands, there is perhaps no better Caribbean port to call home than Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina at Paradise Landing, where the best of the Bahamas is all right at your fingertips.

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