Caribbean marina completes renovation

The Capella Marina at Capella Marigot Bay in St. Lucia in the Caribbean underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation.
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The Capella Marina at Capella Marigot Bay in St. Lucia in the Caribbean underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation.

The marina and bay, where “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Dr. “Dolittle” were filmed in part, is a starting and drop-off point for yacht charters because it is a large-scale marina and offers convenient, direct flights to and from the United States and the U.K.

Aside from the marina, Capella operates the Capella Marigot Bay Resort.

The Capella Marina’s renovated facilities have a refueling capacity that can service yachts as large as 280 feet and with as much as 20-foot drafts. It offers 42 berths and 20 mooring buoys.

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