Crafted with old world style, yet designed for new world luxuries, the marina village will serve as the heartbeat of Christophe Harbour.
The Heartbeat of Christophe Harbour
A marina village is evolving at Christophe Harbour over the season—including shops, cafes, residences, and a landmark "Customs House" building to house customs offices for yachting guests, marina services, fitness center, and crew lounge.
The Customs House will feature stone detailing and a series of arched openings made of handmade brick. With an iconic cupola atop, this building will be formidable and strongly identifiable—a beacon. Much as the Old Treasury Building in downtown Basseterre, the new Customs House will stand prominently as the gateway to St. Kitts, the West Indies and beyond.
Bordering the 11,000 square foot Customs House as the anchor amenities for the village is a collection of luxury retail shops. Phase 1 consists of seven retail bays along the marina boardwalk that will offer a mix that not only showcases the best of St. Kitts and Nevis to visitors from around the world, but one that also shares a global influence in a complementary way and encourages a sense of community.
Already open in the marina village are four retail stores including a women's boutique, sports outfitter, art gallery, and coffee shop. Check back regularly for more information on upcoming openings.
Joya St. Kitts features a carefully curated collection of eclectic, high-end brands from around the world including lavish caftans and tunics, woven tote bags, and bespoke footwear suitable to take guests and members from beachside to tableside.
Ballast Bay Outfitters is the first local true “outfitter” to offer a full line of outdoor sportswear and equipment that is battle-tested in the environs of St. Kitts and Nevis.
The vision of St. Kitts native and artist Dale Kelley, DALE original art and style showcases distinctive pieces handcrafted in St. Kitts and Nevis.
Located adjacent to the marina office, Peppe's is the perfect spot to start your day with a cup of coffee or espresso. The kiosk also serves a wonderful selection of, juice, beer, sandwiches and salads throughout the day.
Classic and timeless, the Customs House takes design inspiration from the century old Treasury Building in downtown Basseterre. (artist rendering)
A boardwalk lined with luxury boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and an iconic Customs House will soon anchor the marina village as it's created over the coming seasons. (artist rendering)
As the village emerges over time, Christophe Harbour will cement itself as a top destination for the modern-day yachtsman. (artist rendering)