What’s better than owning a private island in the Bahamas? Owning two! Tommy Young Cay and Archie McKenzie Cay offer natural, untouched woodlands, surrounded by crystal clear waters in the beautiful Exuma Island chain. Located on the south side of Great Exuma, Tommy Young Cay and Archie McKenzie Cay are 122-acres and 10-acres, respectively and have a deep channel on the west side of both. The entire area is eco-friendly and known for bone fishing, fly fishing, kayaking and canoeing – the ideal escape for the nature lover, boater, diver, fisherman or anyone who enjoys the laid-back lifestyle of island living. Tommy Young Cay is home to fresh water and a small breezy beach on its northside. The cays are five miles from the Moss Town dock which is less than one mile from the Exuma International Airport. Build your own untouched oasis in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Ideally suited for ECO friendly lodges.
|Lot Size||132 acres|
|Property Type||Private Island|
|Key Features||Ocean View, Waterfront|
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