Bahamas marina set to reopen in December

Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour said it will reopen its hotel, marina and Dockside Grille restaurant on Dec. 19.
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Resort president John MacDonald said Hurricane Matthew caused no major wind, rain or storm surge damage to condos or the Dockside Grille.

Resort president John MacDonald said Hurricane Matthew caused no major wind, rain or storm surge damage to condos or the Dockside Grille.

Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour said it will reopen its hotel, marina and Dockside Grille restaurant — closed since Oct. 6 after Hurricane Matthew — on Dec. 19.

"Old Bahama Bay was fortunate that no major damage was inflicted by wind, rain or storm surge to the condos or Dockside Grille," resort president John MacDonald said in a statement. “Now that island power and water have been restored, we look forward to once again welcoming resort, hotel and marina guests.”

The resort is located at West End, Grand Bahama Island, about 55 miles east of Palm Beach, Fla. Its features include 72 rooms and suites and a 72-slip deep-water port-of-entry marina that the resort said is megayacht-friendly.

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