SuperYacht News by Max Stott
Ushering in a new era for Caribbean vacation home communities, Silent-Resorts and EcoIsland Development announce Club Ki’ama Bahamas, an equity club to offer highly sustainable solar residences and fuel-efficient solar yachts. Club Ki’ama is located within the new Ki’ama Bahamas enclave on Elizabeth Island, minutes from Great Exuma. It represents a co-ownership opportunity that combines luxurious solar-powered, oceanfront homes with a fleet of solar-powered and crewed yachts, as well as electric day boats, a beach club, spa and restaurant. Construction is due to begin in June 2022 with the first 2 residences, the beach club, and the Silent 62 Tri-Deck expected to be ready by March/April 2023.
Speaking to SuperyachtNews, Silent-RESORTS confirmed that they will also be announcing additional locations for similar projects over the course of 2022. Victor Barret, the CEO ad founder of silent-resorts explained, “At a $500,000 entry-level price point for shared ownership, we expect to attract a wide range of yachting and island vacation enthusiasts wanting to make their vacations also an investment, as we believe private island real estate and luxury solar electric yachts will be in high demand for years to come.”