Fisherman's Caye (Private Island) - Belize

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Fisherman's Caye is a ± 42-Acre private island with ± 15 acres of developable land. As the largest island between Palencia and Hopkins, this island could be developed as a resort or private residence. Fisherman's has previously received government approval for the construction of a 35-unit nature-based resort. Fisherman's Caye is close to being construction-ready, but some work will need to be done on the land before construction can begin. Several neighboring islands have been developed with resorts and private residences. Fisherman's Caye is within the Southwater Caye Marine Reserve, which is designated by UNESCO for its unique and diverse marine ecosystem. This Island is surrounded by an abundance of healthy coral reefs, offering world-class scuba diving, fishing, kayaking, sailing, and unrivaled aqua blue scenery and wildlife. The reef connects Fisherman's Caye to the neighboring islands. The island itself is a sand/mangrove drift that has been partially cleared. Shallow coral reefs (3 to 15 feet deep) make up the east and south sides. Water visibility is excellent and there is no significant current, turning snorkeling around the island into a very memorable experience. The wide variety of wildlife and the combination of mangrove roots with coral reef systems makes this a rare opportunity to purchase such a large island in this unique environment.

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