Caribbean luxury resort offers free residence with million dollar superyacht slip


Here is one offer that seems too good to be true! And luxury holiday makers and yacht owners hath better make the most of this golden opportunity. Porto Cupecoy, a resort-style marina catering to mega yachts on St. Maarten in the Caribbean set to open in December 2009 is offering a free residence with the purchase of a mega yacht slip to celebrate its launch! A selected number of units are available for buyers who purchase one of the marina’s 11 mega yacht slips, which can accommodate vessels up to 300 feet in length. This once in a lifetime opportunity is valid on purchases made between October 1, 2009 and January 29, 2010 with mega yacht slip prices varying from $1.5million to $3million! What is more, the resorts management will also facilitate the rental of unoccupied slips on behalf of their owners. This one of a kind model will allow slip owners to earn residual income when they are sailing or holidaying elsewhere.

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The luxury resort is a direct flight from most major East Coast hubs, and is comprised of 182 richly-appointed one- to four-bedroom residences, set in a harbor-side village with a European-Mediterranean ambiance. Porto Cupecoy’s luxury marina with its 54 slips on the protected western end of Simpson Bay Lagoon is touted to be the next hot spot for the luxury lovers in the Caribbean. The resort provides amenities and facilities like yacht provisioning and grocery stocking, VIP vessel concierge assistance, exciting marine activities as well as onsite car and tender rental and water shuttles for its clientele.
A luxury resort like no other, this one is definitely the most upscale destination for the opulent few. And if the facilities and beautiful location haven’t helped you make up your mind, the unique offer of a free residence might just help you seal the deal.
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