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September 23, 2022 | Hurricane Hole | Marina in Nassau , Marina in Nassau For Crew

Marinas in the Bahamas

The Bahamas is notorious for its shallow waters and while the shallow waters can be ideal for vacationing, yachts can struggle to find a safe deep-water marina in the Bahamas. However, the new Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina at Paradise Landing has been designed to accommodate boats from small center consoles up to the largest superyachts comfortably and in a highly secured luxury marina.

Hurricane Hole has slips ideal for superyachts available for rental or purchase, allowing for an ideal base of operations while you explore Paradise Island, Nassau, or anywhere in The Bahamas. A limited number of slip ownership opportunities remain. Owners enjoy a 65/35 split of rental revenue when they are not docked in their home birth as part of the fully managed rental program offered at the marina.

The state-of-the-art marina has an impressive 240 feet turning basin, 14.5 feet depth at low tide and all of the amenities you’d expect at a luxury marina such as:

  • 3-phase power
  • 24-hour security
  • dockside delivery of provisions
  • high-speed internet
  • daily trash pickup
  • golf cart rentals
  • in-slip fueling
  • pump-out services
  • on-site Bahamas customs and immigration clearance
  • Multiple dining options
  • Luxury retail
  • Amenities for guests and crew

Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina is a destination by itself; we offer a range of amenities such as luxury swimming pools, a poolside bar and grill, and over 40 restaurants and bars within a short golf-cart ride away.

Hurricane Hole Slip Rental

Securing one of the available slips that include both fixed and floating concrete docks is straightforward. Several dockage rate options can be explored, including daily, monthly, tri-monthly, and annual rates. Tender dock options are also available. Dockage rates are based on in-season and out-of-season prices and are subject to change.

Please contact us at 242-603-1950 for more information on Hurricane Hole Slip rentals including the potential for ownership

How Long Can a Boat Stay at Hurricane Hole Marina?

You can dock your yacht at Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina at Paradise Landing as long as you’d like, paying rental fees for the duration. Ownership opportunities for some of the smaller slips allow you to dock your boat indefinitely A long-term stay at Hurricane Hole comes with some potential risks as hurricane seasons approach; however, the famous marina is well protected with no currents within the marina itself. Additionally, the completely redesigned marina features sea walls that reduce wake and wave action in all conditions.

Will My Boat Be Secure in The Bahamas?

Its location across the toll bridge from New Providence and Nassau mainland makes Paradise Island a particularly safe spot in The Bahamas. Visitors to Paradise Island are mostly there for work or vacation. Hurricane Hole Marina is one of the safest places on Paradise Island. We provide round-the-clock uniformed security to ensure that guests and members, including their yachts and yacht crew, are well protected from any potential theft or vandalism. Hurricane season can be a potential concern but something that the area is well prepared for. Other yachting services at Hurricane Hole include high-tech security cameras to ensure 24/7 surveillance of the property and all yachts to help offer more peace of mind for our guests. 

Claim Your Slip in Paradise at Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina

The new state-of-the-art deep-water marina can enhance your holiday experience and be the perfect starting destination for any voyage in The Bahamas; whether you can claim your slip today as a buyer or rent one of our many secure slips at Hurricane Hole.

For more information on our slips or to book your slip, contact Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina at Paradise Landing today and claim your piece of Bahamian paradise today.