For luxury buyers looking to enjoy the best of both worlds for waterfront living, they may want to venture into the Caribbean’s cerulean waters. Silent Resorts & Silent Yachts has introduced a one-of-a-kind residential resort club in the Bahamas touting 100% solar-powered, fully-sustainable private island yachts and clubs. weather is completely sustainable. Where else can you co-own a luxury yacht and an island house? Currently, there is nowhere else on earth but Elizabeth Island, just 10 minutes from Exuma. Ki’ama Bahamas has joint ownership and all property on the island, houses and yachts.
Ki’ama Bahamas-build a real estate powered by solar energy
Club members at Ki’ama Bahamas can reserve a solar-powered yacht to cruise around the Caribbean. The club consists of 16 apartments Four-bedroom Club and eight six-bedroom homes, a fleet of solar-powered yachts and crew, electric boats, beach club, spa, home row, two-acre protected marina and six private white sand beaches. Owners can enjoy their house and yacht for a minimum of five weeks per year (unlimited based on availability) and can also rent out their time. Current prices for the first release of Club Apartments start at $525,000. Eight real estate residences will be available with prices starting at $4.25 million. The club has enjoyed a tremendous amount of interest and quick sales since releasing some of its first properties this past spring.
Dedicated to creating a low environmental footprint and preserving local ecosystems, Ki’ama’s 36-acre site on the private island will cover just 18 percent of the land to be developed, making it it has the lowest environmental impact of any development in the Caribbean. The pools are even made using recycled shipping containers with little or no excavation required. In addition, the homes are not encroached on by infrastructure or diesel generators with minimal interference to the surrounding land, a unique design that enables owners to utilize more while consuming less land. with fewer houses. With sleek modern lines, the solar-powered homes at Ki’ama Bahamas maximize the island’s ventilation and light with 12-foot ceilings; meanwhile, its interior light meets “Dark Sky” compliance standards, creating a seamless experience for stargazing. The homes are also built with timber frames designed to withstand a Category 4 hurricane.
With a heart for sustainability, the developers Silent Resorts and Silent Yachts have created an eco-conservation charity in which a percentage of the sales of the homes will be donated to Silent Catch, an organization. Non-profit organization supporting the electrification of local craft fishing fleets, mangrove conservation. habitat and cost of coral reef restoration.
The club will provide a fleet of 60- to 80-foot high luxury catamarans powered by solar power, eliminating fossil fuel-powered engines and their impact on the environment, transportation costs, and the like. operation and high maintenance. Ki’ama Bahamas represents the forefront of future Ki’ama-branded resort development, setting the standard for eco-conscious development worldwide.
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Interior drawing of a real estate house in Ki’ama Bahamas