Ki’ama Bahamas, an innovative eco-friendly project, is all set to shape the future of luxury resorts. Situated on the unspoiled coast of private Elizabeth Island in the Bahamas, this exclusive endeavor marks a fresh chapter in environmentally conscious living.

Ki’ama Bahamas offers 24 luxurious and eco-conscious residences, including 16 four-bedroom club homes and 8 six-bedroom estate properties. The development also includes 8 solar-powered yachts by Silent Yachts, electric day boats, a beach club, and a restaurant. Additional amenities consist of a spa, a protected marina, and six serene white-sand beaches. This visionary project is a collaborative effort between EcoIsland Development, Silent Resorts, and Silent Yachts, with a mission to set new standards for sustainability and responsible living, both locally and globally.

Ki’ama Bahamas stands out, with only 18% of Elizabeth Island developed, preserving the environment. Most construction is done off the island to minimize disruption, and the whole community operates on 100% solar power. They use innovative methods like pools from recycled containers and advanced water treatment systems for eco-friendliness.

EcoIsland Development, Silent Resorts, and Silent Yachts are committed to the environment, donating 1% of residence sales to Silent Catch for local fishing fleets and habitat preservation. Club residences start at $525,000 with annual fees, offering 21 annual residence vacation days and 10 yacht days on solar-powered Silent Yachts. Eight estate residences start at $4.25 million and are available for whole ownership.

Ki’ama Bahamas offers flexibility, allowing owners to enjoy their homes and yachts for at least five weeks, with rental options. The first two Club residences will be ready in December 2023, along with the arrival of the first Club Silent 62 yacht. Yacht vacations start in January 2024, followed by owner residence vacations in March 2024. Ki’ama Bahamas is a symbol of sustainable luxury, redefining eco-conscious resort development, where paradise meets environmental responsibility in the Caribbean.