FIRST RITZ-CARLTON RESERVE RESIDENCE WITH A SUPERYACHT MARINA

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Explore this British Colony’s thoughtfully preserved past and multicultural soul at art galleries, festivals and even proper afternoon teas. Scuba dive, kite board, kayak and paddleboard. Stroll along pink sand beaches and golf on world-class fairways just across the street. Then, escape to your stunning home overlooking calm waters, with an ultra-luxury Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort mere steps away.

Caroline Bay is Bermuda’s most exclusive resort community and the only one to offer a superyacht marina for its residents. Residents of The Cove receive first right of refusal on one of the 80 berths for smaller vessels and 30 slips sized for superyachts. But, best of all, homeowners will enjoy rare privileges, amenities and services at the upcoming, neighboring Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort, only the fifth of its kind in the world. Located selectively in the most exquisite destinations, Ritz-Carlton Reserve resorts strive for beyond five-star moments, always highly personalized, indigenous-rich and intimate.

At The Cove, architecture takes inspiration from Bermuda’s British Colonial heritage with crisp white exteriors and traditional stepped roofs. The home designs also acknowledge today’s lifestyles with open plans, abundant outdoor living and an ambiance of comfortable luxury. The homes in this collection, limited to only 35, range from two to four bedrooms and 1,939 to 3,174 square feet.

Life here includes every key ingredient: An impeccable, yet supremely comfortable waterfront refuge. Unique adventures on a beloved island. And days indelibly shaped by Ritz-Carlton Reserve ultra-luxury service and amenities. When you travel to Caroline Bay, you arrive at uncharted luxury.

Learn more at CarolineBayLife.com or by emailing [email protected].

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