The RORC Transatlantic Race will finish off the tropical paradise of Grenada, where competitors may take advantage of 48 hours of free berthing at the Camper & Nicholsons' Port Louis Marina.
Grenada is actually a tri-island state and composed of several smaller islands, including Carriacou and Petite Martinique, in addition to the main island of the same name. Known collectively as the 'Island of Spice' they are one of the world's largest exporters of nutmeg and mace, spices which were introduced in 1843 by traders while the island was part of the British colonies.
With volcanic origins Grenada is a remarkably fertile environment and enjoys a luscious rainforest interior with cascading waterfalls and mountainous regions, alongside the Caribbean staples of blue water and sandy beaches. There is plenty to see and do on the island, from trekking through the rainforest to coastal watersports.
Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina
Camper & Nicholsons lead the way in luxury marina development and their Port Louis Marina in Grenada reinforces their worldwide reputation. Hosting the fleet at the finish with 48 hours free berthing, the Port Louis Marina is the perfect destination for weary competitors at the end of this marathon event.
There is facility for both black and grey water pump-out
Water and electricity
Berths have 220V/240V to 600amp connections while on selected berths there are 60Hz power. There is access to fresh water.
There are nearby boatyards with 70 ton travel lift (to 32' wide).
- Waste disposal
- On-site yacht cleaning services
- Technical services for yacht repairs and servicing
- Nearby chandlery
The Capitainerie is open 7am-7pm, everyday and marina staff can be contacted on VHF Channel 14.
The marina can provide the following:
- 24 hour security staff
- Provisioning delivery service available
- Serviced launderette
- Private swimming pool
- Cable TV and internet access available throughout the marina
For more information please contact the marina, tel: +1 (473) 435 7432 or view their website here.