Globetrender by Jenny Southan

Club Ki’ama Bahamas by Silent Resorts is located within the new Ki’ama Bahamas enclave on Elizabeth Island, minutes from Great Exuma. It represents a “one-of-a-kind 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 began in June 2022 and is expected to have the lowest environmental impact of any development in the Caribbean, thanks to the use of “linear designs that complement the natural topography of the island, minimizing disruption to the natural landscape”.

When complete, there will be 16 four-bedroom residences and eight yachts, in addition to eight whole-ownership residences that include a share of a Silent Yacht.

The introductory ownership price is US$525,000, and owners will get a minimum of five weeks of vacation annually, including ten yacht days.

These will be spent aboard crewed and fully catered, solar-powered Silent Yachts catamarans that measure 60 to 80-feet in length. What’s more, they don’t have the noise, environmental impact, high operating costs or expensive maintenance of other yachts.