SILENT RESORTS & ECOISLAND DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCE WORLD’S FIRST FULLY SUSTAINABLE, ZERO-CARBON, SOLAR YACHT AND RESIDENCE CLUB

“Club Ki’ama represents the future of sustainable residential and resort development,” says Steve Dering, EcoIsland Development partner and world pioneer of the residence club condominium model. “It is our responsibility to protect Elizabeth Island environmentally sensitive environment while carefully creating comfortable spaces where our owners and their guests can enjoy the best of Bahamian. Our equity club provides abundant use for owners while consuming less land with fewer homes and adds an amazing yacht experience. We hope that our club and our community, the first of their kind, will set the standard for sustainable development around the world. »

The Ki’ama Bahamian the community, club residences and facilities were designed by the CEO and Founder of Silent Resorts Victor Barrette. The single-storey Club Residences will be constructed in linear designs that complement the natural topography of the island. They feature 10 to 12 foot ceilings for improved ventilation and light, “living roof” landscape systems, solar panels, and timber frames designed to withstand a Category 4 hurricane. The pre-engineered building system allows allowing most construction to take place off-island, minimizing disturbance to the natural landscape and reducing construction delays and costs.

“We are thrilled to announce our first community for Silent Resorts,” Barrett said. “Sustainability has long been a passion of mine and Club Ki’ama will bring it to life through cutting-edge solar technology and sustainable building practices unparalleled in the resort and residential markets. We are thrilled to our Owners Club and their guests to discover a smart and responsible way to own and a new way to travel.”

Club Ki’ama will include 16 four-bedroom residences and eight yachts. The introductory price of the property is $525,000. Owners will enjoy a minimum of five weeks vacation per year, including 10 yacht days, and will have additional use subject to booking policies and availability. Ownership of Club Ki’ama also provides immediate access to the prestigious Elite Alliance exchange program with more than 120 coveted international destinations.

Combining unique land and sea adventures, Club Ki’ama will provide owners with a fleet of eight fully crewed, solar-powered Silent Yachts. These remarkable 60 to 80 foot luxury catamarans eliminate the major drawbacks of traditional yachts – the environmental impact and noise of fossil fuel engines, high operating costs and expensive maintenance – without diminishing the pleasures that make sailing yachting one of the ultimate vacation experiences.

The Ki’ama Bahamian community will serve as a global example of sustainable development. Much of the station will be built on pillars to avoid excavation or landfill using pre-engineered “carbon negative” building structures with near zero construction waste. All residences, yachts, buildings and equipment will be fully and independently powered by solar energy. The station also uses advanced and highly efficient water purification and wastewater treatment systems. In addition to its environmentally friendly energy, water and building systems, only 18% of the total land area will be developed, leaving most of the Ki’ama property untouched and left in its natural habitat. .

The eco-friendly island sanctuary will include Club Ki’ama Beach Club, Beachfront Spa & Restaurant. using the highest quality natural fabrics, bamboo and wood with very little impact on the environment.

The secluded but not far from Club Ki’ama location spans 36 acres Elizabeth Islanda private island in Elizabeth Harbor, with a protected two-acre marina and six private beaches. Upon arriving at Exuma International Airport, owners take an electric water taxi from George Town Wharf to the island, a 10 minute ride. Within 130 nautical miles of the island are over 365 cays and other islands to explore on Club yachts and electric day boats. Ki’ama Bahamian also offers eight spectacularly located five- and six-bedroom homes.

Additional information is available at www.kiamabahamas.com.

ABOUT ECOISLAND DEVELOPMENT
EcoIsland Development is the link between three leading real estate companies: Equity Residences, Elite Alliance and Silent Resorts. The team has over 150 years of collective and institutional experience in the design, development, financing and operation of real estate projects in North Americathe Caribbean, South East Asia, Africaand the United Arab Emirates. Collectively, the EcoIsland Development team has facilitated the development and financing of over 35 real estate projects, raised and deployed beyond $800 million in real estate offers and generated more than $1 billion in real estate sales. The individual companies that make up EcoIsland Development are global leaders in their respective real estate silos. The founders of these companies have been deliberately brought together to provide unrivaled expertise in sustainability, construction, hospitality, marketing, sales, operations, luxury vacation home exchange and optimizing the stack of capital. www.EquityResidences.com www.EliteAlliance.com

ABOUT SILENT RESORTS
Club Ki’ama Bahamian is the first Silent Resorts destination. Silent Resorts creates communities that are 100% powered by the sun and free from invasive infrastructure or diesel generators. Its exclusive relationship with Silent Yachts and its integration of the world’s first all-solar yachts with pre-engineered, carbon-negative, low-impact land infrastructure enables owners and guests to enjoy the most pristine and undiscovered destinations in the world. planet without harming the environment. Through its global non-profit organization, Silent Catch, Silent Resorts destinations support the electrification of local artisanal fishing fleets, conserve mangrove habitats, fund reef restoration and engage with island communities local. One percent of all Club Ki’ama residence sales will be donated to Silent Catch. www.silent-resorts.com

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