Big Grand Cay Archipelago

Bahamas | Caribbean

Send a request

  • Size 277 acres
  • Price
    • USD 29,000,000
    • EUR 24,476,705
    • GBP 22,041,273
    • CAD 38,913,065
    • SEK 251,706,195
    • CHF 26,358,964
    • AUD 40,357,191
    • BRL 149,843,940
    • NZD 43,497,552
    • FJD 58,254,558
    • CNY 202,268,147
    • RUB 2,146,362,255
    • NOK 266,551,317
  • Location Abaco
  • Country/State Bahamas
  • Region Caribbean

Big Grand Cay Archipelago – An Opportunity of a Lifetime

Rarely are Private Islands offered for sale in The Bahamas, given its proximity and easy access from the US mainland. Most are kept within the family or privately traded. We are proud to offer not just one – but a grouping of select islands that assure privacy and ease of ownership with new construction and infrastructure already in place at the northern tip of the Abaco Islands.

Big Grand Cay Archipelago offers astute Buyers and investors an intriguing, once in a lifetime opportunity.

Chris Cline acquired the estate in 2015 and transformed the private island collection into a luxurious resort. The estate includes Big Grand Cay, Bakers Cay, Sandy Cay, Mermaid Cay, Seahorse Cay, Spongers Cay, Felix Cay, an unnamed cay and three small rocks totally +/- 277 acres with 115 acres of freehold interests and 162 acres of leasehold interests with over 90 years remaining on the leases.

Located a quick boat ride from the legendary fishing destination of Walkers Cay, the Big Grand Cay Archipelago Estate offers easy access to tropical coral reefs idea for snorkeling and scuba diving and deep blue ocean waters teeming with sport fish including blue marlin, wahoo, grouper, dolphin, snapper and more.

This exclusive private estate offers a spectacular setting for a private vacation home, resort, corporate retreat or more.

Do not miss this rare opportunity to buy an amazing Private Island collection at less than the rebuild costs.

 

More properties like this

Contact

Newsletter

Yes, I would like to receive the newsletter with information about the world of private islands. If you are no longer interested, you can unsubscribe by clicking on the link at the end of each newsletter.