Deep Water Cay, a world renowned resort, is located on the eastern end of Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas 130 miles from the coast of Florida. An extraordinary 91 acre island with its own private paved 4,200 ft. airstrip, 3 beaches, 2.5 miles of coastline and some of the best fishing and diving in the world.
The Clubhouse is a two story building with a family style-dining room, cathedral ceilings and covered verandahs with ocean views on both sides. This building also has a commercial kitchen, bathrooms, separate bar, fitness centre, massage room and an oceanfront pool and pool deck.
Adjacent to the marina is the Welcome Centre located on the northern side. It has a retail space on the ground floor with an office and 3 staff apartments upstairs. A tiki bar overlooks the marina and one of the beaches.
The marina offers three separate docks; an entrance dock, a fully- serviced dock providing on-shore power, and a small boat dock. It has 10-slips and can accommodate boats up to 65 feet.
Accommodations for guests include 3 cottages with 7 rooms, located next to the club house adjacent to the beach. In addition to the cottages there are 4 residences. Royal
Poinciana and Gumbo Limbo are two oceanfront townhouses each with 3 bedrooms, wide verandahs, full kitchen, living and dining area. Drake House is a single level beach houses with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, an open plan living, dining and kitchen area, with spacious verandahs. Founders House is a two bedroom residence.
There are 54 subdivided single family residential oceanfront lots for development and sale. The lots average 0.5 acre in size and 146 linear feet of beachfront. Elevations vary from about 5 to 12 feet.
Mainland Grand Bahama is just a five-minute boat ride away. On the mainland is a 10- acre parcel known as ‘the landings’. This parcel has a high-quality marina with docks, boat ramp and floating docks. A tiki welcome centre, 12,000 sq. ft. boat storage Warehouse, fuel facilities, a 2 story security tower and 3 two bedroom staff apartments.
Ideal if arriving by commercial airline to Freeport International Airport (FBO), just a 50 minute drive away.
The island has already been developed with essential infrastructure including unpaved roads and an airstrip with customs and immigration cottage available with government staff on request. Electricity and water is from an underwater cable from the mainland.
There is an operational desalination plant for R/O water, a waste treatment facility plus stand-by generators. Numerous small boats and vehicles are included in the sale.