The partner of Silent-Yachts is securing its second global location while building its first solar-electric resort in the Bahamas.
CGI of Silent Resort Fiji
Silent-Resorts has announced that it’s finalising a new location in Fiji, while it continues to develop its first resort in the Exuma district of the Bahamas.
A partner of Austrian-owned solar-electric catamaran builder Silent-Yachts, Silent-Resorts says the solar-powered, zero-carbon resort in Fiji will be located on a private island featuring jungle hillsides and white-sand beaches protected by a stunning coral reef. Construction of the marina and beach club at Silent Resort Fiji is set to begin at the end of this year.
The resort will feature 28 Silent Estate Residences (four, five or six bedrooms), 14 Silent Marina Residences (two bedrooms) and 10 Silent Beach Club Residences (two bedrooms). Guests will also have exclusive access to Fiji’s first solar-powered Silent Marina and a fleet of solar-electric tenders, speed boats and catamarans to explore the surrounding area.
Amenities include an owners’ clubhouse beach bar and restaurant, a health and wellness centre, the private Beach Club and adjoining wellness retreat.
Silent-Resorts is offering 24 founding memberships, offering either co-ownership or whole ownership of the Silent Estate Residences. Everyone who purchases at Silent Resorts Fiji can obtain Fijian residency, while Silent-Resorts can also manage and rent the owners’ residence(s) to secure extra income. Crypto currencies are accepted for payment of memberships.
Victor Barrett, Head of Silent-Resorts, expects to announce the exact location y July or August and says the company will offer exclusive stays at the existing facilities for those interested in learning more first-hand about Silent Resorts Fiji.
“After considering numerous possible locations, we’re delighted to be finalising the approval process for our location in Fiji,” Barrett said.
“With its beautiful, untouched natural surroundings on both land and sea, and the incredible and welcoming hospitality of the Fijian people, this is the perfect base for us to create our next 100 per cent solar-powered luxury adventure destination. Through our innovative ownership options, our mission is to make island residence and luxury yacht ownership more affordable and accessible.”
Michael Köhler, founder and CEO of Silent-Yachts, added: “Our ongoing collaboration with Silent-Resorts represents the perfect match for our owners, who are looking to explore and enjoy the most beautiful, pristine areas on the planet in a thoughtful and sustainable manner.
“Owners at Silent-Resorts locations can explore the stunning natural surroundings on board the world’s first fully solar-powered yachts, which are seamlessly integrated with the resorts’ pre-engineered, modular, low-impact land-based infrastructure.”
At Silent Resort Bahamas, the Silent Marina is now complete and home to the first Silent 55. Construction of the resort’s villas is expected to commence in late June, with the first four-bedroom residences expected to be complete by the end of this year. The resort is expected to be complete by early 2024, when guests are expected to also have access to a Silent 62 3-Deck.