Christophe Harbour is a luxury residential resort development located on St. Kitts in the Caribbean Leeward Islands that spans 2,500 acres across the southeast peninsula separating the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. The development offers various property ownership opportunities, a mega yacht harbor, 18-hole golf course, hotels, restaurants, shopping and private membership clubs.
The centerpiece of Christophe Harbour will be a 300 acre marina and mega yacht harbor that is naturally protected by mountain peaks and the calm waters of the Caribbean Sea. The marina will accommodate small crafts as well as mega yachts ranging from 85 to 300 feet in length. All vessels will be able to utilize the marina’s state-of-the-art facilities and services while yacht owners, captains and their guests will have access to a private club, a full concierge and hospitality services. Christophe Harbour will be a designated port of entry with streamlined Customs and Immigration services.
To compliment the marina village, a variety of real estate opportunities exist across the development which include beachfront, harborside and hillside homesites. Sandy Bank Bay, the debut residential neighborhood, is set along a horseshoe bay with two reefs and a natural sand bank. The bay is a marine sanctuary which will remain free of boat moorings to ensure sea life and property views are protected.
Christophe Harbour will also include an 18-hole golf course designed by world famous architect Tom Fazio. The course is routed for play across the volcanic hills 500 feet above sea level to maximize the views and down along the harbor. Tom Fazio has designed more than 200 golf courses around the world.
Christophe Harbour Development Company, Limited (CHDC) is the master development company for Christophe Harbour. CHDC is a venture of Kiawah Partners which is well known for creating world class residential communities at Kiawah Island, South Carolina and The Lodge At Doonbeg in County Clare Ireland with the highest standards for protecting and preserving natural habitats throughout its 20-year history.