Green family: Princess marina will be complete by July
Press Release - The Bermuda Sun
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 9:00 AM
As part of the $90 million redevelopment, the Green Family, owners of The Fairmont Hamilton Princess, today announces the new marina will open in mid-July.
The new state-of-the-art marina will have up to 60 permanent berths available for locals who are interested in marina facilities in Hamilton Harbour. There will be additional space available for visiting craft of all sizes including super yachts.
It will be the only full service marina in Bermuda with integrated pump-out facilities, custom electrical service and water distribution. Floating docks have high freeboard and are concrete for permanence and stability. Full length fingers offer berth sizes ranging from 25 to 75 feet and are available on annual leases with the option of monthly payments. Service will be available from the hotel and includes ice, food and beverage, alcohol, picnic hampers and more.
Next to the marina, a 50 feet x 50 feet new gazebo-style bar and grill, ‘1609’, will have spectacular dining right at the water’s edge with panoramic views of Two Rock Passage to Hamilton. The bar and grill will service both hotel guests and locals, as well as boaters, and is scheduled to open in May.
Alexander Green, on behalf of the Green Family, says: “We are delighted that the renovations of the marina are nearing completion. Since we became owners of the hotel, we pledged to rejuvenate the property and we believe the new marina, along with the other renovations, will do just that.”
Andrew Green, on behalf of the Green Family, comments: “Berth holders will be able to call up ahead and arrange to have their coolers stocked with drinks, snacks, ice and picnic hampers so that when they arrive they are ready to depart for the day. We are determined to raise the standard of service in Bermuda and do everything we can to improve the Bermuda experience.”
Boat owners who are interested in a permanent berth may contact Berco Limited on 295-4537 or by contacting Maryann Byrne at [email protected].