American Sailing Conglomerate buys Grenadian Marina for $24-Million U.S.
CNMI‘ or ‘the Company‘), the AIM-listed Guernsey-based specialist marina investment company, has now exchanged contracts to acquire at Port Louis, located in St. George’s, the capital of Grenada, West Indies and certain marina related real estate for US$24m from Port Louis Land Ltd and Port Louis Trading Ltd. (‘
The acquisition cost is substantially payable on completion in early January 2008. The final cost of the marina, which will include high technology marina systems, is projected to be US$36 million. As part of the acquisition, including reclamation rights), for mixed use development for which detailed planning consent is in place. is also purchasing approximately 23,800 sq m of land (
Comprising approximately 100,000 sq m of water area, held on a 99 year lease, of which over 40,000 square metres is rentable space, the marina at Port Louis will accommodate over 300 yachts including 60 superyachts of between 30m and 100m in length. The marina has already opened with 50 fully serviced berths, including 14 superyacht berths.
The marina at Port Louis is self-contained both with its own secure access and complete control over the facilities required to fully operate and market the marina as a stand-alone entity. It is anticipated, however, that the marina at Port Louis will benefit from being a key part of the wider Port Louis development.
The US$500 million Peter de Savary. development project borders ‘s marina and continues to be promoted by The project will include penthouses, apartments, luxury villas, beachfront lots, waterfront restaurants, bars, clubs, hotels & spa, duty-free boutiques, and art galleries.
“Port Louis is Grenada’s answer to St Barts, St Tropez, the Costa Esmeralda, and Portofino,” Peter de Savary, Chairman of the Port Louis development, observed, “My commitment to Port Louis is ‘nothing but the best’ and that’s exactly what Camper & Nicholsons are bringing – a world class marina and the highest quality of service.“
The investment advisor, Port Louis via a standard form marina operating agreement between the Company and the Manager. (‘C&N’) has been instrumental in originating the marina at Port Louis acquisition and in providing the considerable technical and financial due diligence required to enable successful completion. will continue to have a hands-on role in the ongoing operation, marketing and promotion of the marina at