Uploaded on Jan 20, 2012
Beautiful Private Island
This 13 acre island is located in the Abaco Islands in the Bahamas and takes its name from its interesting shape and the amount of bonefish in this region. Over the past 5 years this formerly deserted island was turned into a first-class getaway. Five buildings totalling 15,000 sq. ft. were constructed of the finest materials imported from Europe and the United States. The entire complex is hurricane-proof. The property is fully air-conditioned, and Bone Fish Cay generates its own electricity and has its own desalination plant. All communication services (telephone, fax, internet) are provided. A newly and very solidly built jetty and several boats are included with the island.
In the 2 villas and large Main Lodge are an owner's suite and 6 additional suites, a total of 7 double rooms, each with a modern bath, which can accommodate up to 14 people. The main building has 5,000 sq. ft. of living space and is the center of this island paradise. The 30 foot high cathedral ceilings made of cypress wood lend majesty to the main house.
Bonefish Cay has two long, sandy beaches and paths over the island. There are many shells and native plants, so the scenery makes for a lovely stroll. Take a swim at low tide around the island's own coral reef and see the multitude of coral and fish. Or you can paddle out in ocean-going kayaks and see dolphins. The area around Bonefish Cay is famous as a fisherman's paradise.
For the sports enthusiast Bonefish Cay has a fully equipped gymnasium with views of the Gulf of Abaco. A sailing boat, 2 new Yamaha jet skis, equipment for snorkeling and fishing, table tennis, beach games, etc., are available.
The neighbouring island of Treasure Cay has an 18-hole golf course and there are tennis courts on Spanish Cay -- both only a short boat trip away.
There are daily flights from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Treasure Cay, which you can reach in 20 minutes by boat from Bonefish Cay. Or charter a flight from Miami or Nassau to the neighbouring island, Spanish Cay, where there is a port of entry and 5,000-foot runway.
All furnishings (furniture, tableware, silverware, boats, etc.) are included. Bonefish Cay is an exclusive and well booked resort which the new owner would be able to rent out immediately if he wishes.
For more information contact John Christie
at H G Christie
Phone: 1 242 3221041
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