Top Ten Caribbean Superyacht Marinas

What makes a superyacht marina distinct from others? Apart from the difference in size, and the ample protection from inclement weather, a marina for superyachts needs to have the best facilities available. Be it the necessities, such as local airports or helipads, refueling facilities or power supplies or luxuries, such as plush villas, gourmet restaurants or posh shops, superyacht marinas need to have it all.  Take a look at MY STARFIRE’s curated list of the top ten Caribbean superyacht marinas.


Yacht Haven Grande, St Thomas

Set against the charming Charlotte Amalie Harbor, this marina provides 47 megayacht berths (maximum length 656ft with 18ft drafts), extra-wide concrete docks, fueling, onsite security and other services. The relaxing seaside residencies, the exciting shopping (designer boutiques and quaint shops) and dining (elegant restaurants and cosmopolitan cafes), and energizing entertainment options add to the experience.


Yacht Haven Grande Marina in St-Thomas


Rodney Bay Marina, St. Lucia

Nestled in a well-guarded inner lagoon, this marina offers a delightful vista as the white sand beaches give way to emerald waters. With its impressive 253 slips (for yachts up to 280ft, with 15ft drafts) and host of services, it is a captain and crew’s fantasy. And with a recreational promenade complete with restaurant, retail and entertainment choices, and access to luxury accommodation, it is one stopover sure to suit your taste.


IGY Rodney Bay Marina in St-Lucia


The Yacht Club Isle De Sol, Sint Maarten

With its secluded location near the Simpson Bay Bridge, this marina is a private retreat for yachters. The 45 slips can accommodate superyachts up to 360ft with 20ft drafts, and offer requirements such as fuel, water, security, power supply, TV and internet. Soak in the Jacuzzi, swim in the sparkling pool, try your hand at tennis, or savor delicacies at the Castaway’s Bar and Restaurant.


IGY Isle de Sol Marina in Sint Marteen


YCCS Marina, Virgin Gorda

Situated in the serene and sheltered North Sound, the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda sets an exceptional example in service standards. With 38 slips that can house yachts up to 300ft long and with 30ft drafts, and its host of services, this marina can be an ideal stopover for yachters. A dramatic seascape, a sliver of white sand and crystal clear waters make for ideal swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving.


YCCS Yacht Marina in Virgin Gorda


Albany Marina, Bahamas

With 71 slips to put up megayachts with lengths of up to 300ft, this marina offers excellent shelter and the latest amenities for your beloved vessel. Round the clock assistance ensures convenience for docking and provisioning. Stay at deluxe villas, eat at upscale restaurants, relax at the soothing spa, or enjoy the host of recreational opportunities including golf, equestrian and watersports.


Albany Marina in The Bahamas


Atlantis Marina, Bahamas

Be it prompt dock assistance, easy access to opulent resort, or luxurious crew lounge, this marina offers it all. And with its 63 slips that can manage yachts of up to 240ft length, it sure is the right stopover in the Bahamas. While you are there, make sure you stay at The Cove Atlantis for a fantastic experience. Also, don’t miss the chance to visit the Dolphin Cay, a marine habitat that’s sure to surprise.


Atlantis Marina Paradise Island Bahamas


Christophe Harbor, St Kitts

A world-class marina and a beautiful village form the crux of the island community here. With 300 berths, 60 of which can house 220ft long superyachts, and state-of-the-art amenities, it offers a safe and pleasant stay for yachters and passengers alike. The snug seaside stays, the flavorsome fine dining, the adventures and activities make it a lavish treat with an authentic Caribbean tang.


Cristopher Harbour Marine in St-Kitts


Port de Gustavia, St. Barthelemy

An exclusive retreat for the affluent and celebrated, this marina offers adequate space for up to 60 superyachts. And with its services such as water, Wi-Fi, and waste disposal, it is a good stopover. But don’t think that’s all. Its picturesque locale, with vibrant flora and fauna, makes it every ocean-lover’s dream. And divers are sure to be mesmerized by the opportunities to explore reefs and wrecks, caves and canyons.


Port de Gustavia Marina in Saint-Barthelemy


Falmouth Harbor Marina, Antigua

Providing 60 berths for megayachts measuring up to 330ft with drafts of up to 20ft, and offering facilities including electronics, marine engineering, provisioning, chandleries and rigging, this marina is ideal for a yachter (especially during the Antigua Sailing Week and the Classic Week). The easy access to pleasant accommodation, nice restaurants and bars, and great shops also make it a perfect pick.


Falmouth Harbour Marina in Antigua


Marina Bas-du- Fort, Guadeloupe

With accommodation for up to 40 superyachts, this marina is the right place for all pleasure watercrafts cruising between Martinique and Saint Martin. Located near the town center of Point-a-Pitre, it is also quite close to the airport. Proximity to the remarkable sites of Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre also makes this a good choice. But if you are in the mood for some relaxation, you can head to the beach instead.


Marina Guadeloupe


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