New Adventure Resort to Open in Turks and Caicos This December

blue havenThe new adventure retreat Blue Haven Resort and Marina will celebrate its grand opening December 5. 

The Resort will house 35 suites and 16 premier guest rooms and will be the first and only resort and marina in Turks and Caicos

Already open is the fully renovated 78-slip marina accommodating yachts up to 220 feet. An on-site customs and immigration service is available for those arriving from international waters.

Near the world's third-largest barrier reef, the resort will offer access to scuba diving, deep sea and bone fishing spots. Scuba diving excursions will be arranged through eco-adventure company Big Blue Unlimited, adjacent to Blue Haven. Divers will be able to explore the underwater marine life off of the Grace Bay reefs, Salt Cay and South and West Caicos. 

Deep sea fishing enthusiasts will enjoy the bountiful waters around Turks and Caicos where Wahoo, Tuna, White and Blue Marlin thrive. Fly-fishermen will have access to premier bone fishing in the flats south of North Caicos and the cays nearby Providenciales.

Kiteboarding, stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking excursions will be available directly in front of Blue Haven.  Full-day tours to Long Bay and North and Middle Caicos may also be arranged.

For relaxation, guests can enjoy the resort's spa with four treatment rooms, complimentary 24-hour fitness center, oceanfront infinity pool with swim-up bar and a stretch of fully-serviced white sand beach with chaise lounges and hammocks. 

The resort will have three culinary venues, including a restaurant, the already opened Salt Bar and Grill at the marina and the marketplace.

Nightly rates at Blue Haven Resort and Marina start from $250 to $1,950 depending on season of travel and type of accommodation booked. Specialized outdoor adventure packages start at $1,056 for a four night stay. Short and long term berthing at the marina is already available. 

For information and reservations visit or call the Resort: (649) 946-9900; or Marina: (649) 946-9910.

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