We want to hear about as many superyacht marinas as we can directly from you, the crew, in a bid to find out which is your favourite marina. Another first review is in, and it's from Captain Charlie Rentoul, skipper of Abeking & Rasmussen's 78m Amaryllis.
Why Christophe Harbour (CH)?
I had been planning to visit Christophe Harbour all season and the opportunity came when the Antigua marinas became full during the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) Caribbean 600.
Why CH over other marinas?
Good daily rates
Any previous visits?
Friendly welcome, immaculate docks
Most impressive aspects of the marina
What it will become
Room for improvement?
Hard to say until it is finished
Would you visit again?
No facilities as of yet
Local recommendations for crew
It’s definitely a place for the kind of crew that like to get out and explore, as there are no facilities yet in the marina. The volcano trek is worth the effort. Surfing is only fove minutes from the marina. An after-work run on the nearby trails is worthwhile and the road cycling is not too bad either. Nightlife is only 15 minutes away in a cab.
The team at CH
Great staff. Always there to help with anything.
Credit: Rory Silken
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