cave cay is an exclusive 220 acre private island positioned in the heart of the exuma cays immediately north of musha cay, exuma. cave cay is unique because of its very own deep-water harbour (12 feet at low tide) and private marina with 35 dock slips and a 2,800 ft private landing strip.
cave cay is completely self-sufficient with all utilities underground, water, sewage and power supply. there are 5 diesel generators ranging in size from 85 kw to 375 kw. the power supply is hybrid being solar supported by generator power. power produced by generators is 3 phase 480 volts broken down at the point of consumption with transformers. fresh water is stored in two tanks, 12,000 gallons and 14,000 gallons. hot water is provided by solar panels. there is a fuel farm with a capacity to store 64,000 gallons of diesel and 13,000 gallons of gasoline. the water making facilities are capable of making 5,000 gallons per day being expanded to 20,000 gallons per day.
the island has a number of white beaches and caves that make this a special place to enjoy. the views are breathtaking from the 40 ft elevations where there are a number of structures for both living and recreational use.
the main house sits on the top of this ridge where it boasts exceptional views of the exuma cays and ocean.
there is a masterplan for the whole island which consists of 38 buildings, including a large restaurant & clubhouse, three guesthouses with a number of hotel suites and rooms which are under construction, bathrooms and shower facilities and a 3 story houseboat with a marina shop designated for the first floor and a 2 story residence above.
additionally there are also a number of maintenance buildings and housing for 6 full time staff.
cave cay has approvals to operate as a full commercial operation with its marina and can be used for commercial and hotel development or used as its own private enclave. the island has everything it needs including, tractor, graders, boats, golf carts, full & backup generators, solar panels, a few machine shops and tons of back up supplies and materials, all included.
in addition to that there is also a state-of-the-art barge for bringing supplies to and from the island.
the present owner/developer has thought of everything and gone through the tedious 2 year process to get all of the government approval and several years to dredge the harbour and build the runway. this is an opportunity for a developer to step in and take this special island to next level.