The 5 best superyacht marinas in Bermuda
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Royal Bermuda Yacht Club
Hamilton

More and more superyachts are heading to Bermuda in 2017 than ever before thanks to the upcoming America's Cup. Making its return as a superyacht hub for the elite, Bermuda is home to some of the best marinas for luxury yachts so guests visiting the island in the future can enjoy everything it has to offer.

1. Royal Bermuda Yacht Club

Located just metres away from bustling Front Street, the 130 berth marina welcomes yachts up to 45 metres. Established in 1844, the RBYC is one of the oldest yacht clubs in the western hemisphere and it will give you a true feeling for the best of Bermuda’s sailing heritage.

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Bermuda Yacht Services
St George's

The superyacht dock in St George’s is managed by Bermuda Yacht Services, who can arrange for yachts up to 90 metres to tie up, either stern-to or side-to. Captain Mark Soares and his wife Sandra, who run the company, are a one-stop shop for all your nautical needs.

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Hamilton Princess & Beach Club
Hamilton

At the heart of the newly refurbished Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, the 60 berth marina can accommodate yachts up to 150 metres. The full service marina has a dedicated concierge service and arriving vessels can clear Bermudan customs on site.

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Caroline Bay
Morgan's Point

The new Caroline Bay Marina is scheduled to open in March 2017 and will offer berths for approximately 30 superyachts over 60 metres and spaces for up to 80 vessels from six to 24.3 metres.

Located in Morgan's Point, the Caroline Bay Resort will be fully completed in 2018 and will feature high-end boutiques, a luxury spa, restaurants and more than 100 residences — a must-see for those planning on exploring the best of Bermuda next year.

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Pier 41 Marina
Royal Naval Dockyard

Pier 41 Marina sits in the north basin of the Royal Naval Dockyard, a sheltered location steeped in history. It can host yachts up to 30.4 metres and is just a short stroll away from the Dockyard's shops, restaurants and attractions — just one of the top things to do in Bermuda.

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