Posted by on Aug 6, 2014 in Local News & Alerts | 0 comments

-Open-house to be held on Saturday, August 9-

As part of more than a $90 million redevelopment project of The Fairmont Hamilton Princess, the new marina will open this month at The Fairmont Hamilton Princess.

The Fairmont Hamilton Princess is holding an open-house on Saturday, August 9 from 2pm to 5pm for people interested in viewing the newly developed marina. There will be lemonade and cookies, available and group tours will be given by the new Dockmaster, David Carey. Visitors can come by land or sea.

“We are very excited about the imminent opening of the new marina,” says Allan Federer, general manager of The Fairmont Hamilton Princess. “We are waiting for the last few approvals from the Government and then we will formally open the much-anticipated marina. We invite all boat owners to stop by this Saturday.”

As the first and only full-service marina in Bermuda, with integrated pump-out facilities, custom electrical service and water distribution, the state-of-the-art marina will house up to 60 berths, ranging in size to accommodate vessels pleasure crafts, tournament fishing boats, as well as super yachts. Full length fingers offer berth sizes ranging from 25 to 75 feet, and are available on an annual lease with the option of monthly payments.

As part of their commitment to offer world-class service, The Fairmont Hamilton Princess will also provide additional services for guests of the marina, including custom picnic hampers for day trips or on-board catering for events and gatherings aboard larger vessels and mega yachts.

Boat owners who are interested in a permanent berth should contact Robin Trimingham on 298-5759 or

For more information about the marina, please visit

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