The Islands of the Bahamas form a 100,000 square mile archipelago that extends over 500 miles of the clearest water in the world. The Bahamas, located off the eastern coast of Florida and north of Cuba, comprise over 700 islands including uninhabited cays, islands and islets.
Long Island, whilst only a 45 minute flight from Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, is a hidden jewel a world away from the well trodden tourist routes. 80 miles long and very narrow, no more than 4 miles in width at its widest point, allowing for constant views to the blue-green sea or deep-azure ocean, the island is divided by the Tropic of Cancer and bordered by two very different coasts; the Atlantic, with rocky cliffs and caves that dip suddenly into the sea, and the Caribbean coast with broad white sand beaches.
The site already benefits from a fully paved runway and Port of Entry that will allow for private jets and charters from international destinations and there are plans to extend the runway to allow for international commercial flights.