Caroline Bay Marina thrilled with AC35
The Caroline Bay Marina has declared the America’s Cup a success after a busy five weeks.
According to a spokeswoman, the marina team were able to cater to a range of visitors during the international event, including Artemis Racing.
The Swedish team operated out of the property for the past two years, erecting their home base on the end of the peninsula.
Craig Christensen, president and CEO of Caroline Bay, Bermuda, said: “We were most disappointed that Artemis Racing didn’t advance to the final races, but we are proud of the hard work and dedication that the entire organisation put forth, both on and off the water.”
The marina also chartered the 157ft sailing yacht Arabella during the event, with more than 700 passengers getting an overview of the property. Construction is set to continue with the first set of 14 Ritz-Carlton-branded luxury homes to be completed in December.
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