The island resort of Crab Cay in the
Bahamas, which lies in the waters of Elizabeth Harbor near George
Town, Great Exuma, will be linked to Great Exuma via a
200-foot-long curved arch stone bridge.
complement the history of the 180-acre Crab Cay residential resort
complex, the bridge will blend with the native environment with
large plants of tropical flowers. It will serve as a lookout point
facing the Bahamian waters and also will offer ample clearance for
most center-console boats.
Crab Cay is being
developed by Houston-based Murphy International Ltd.; the master
plan includes a harbor and marina with full-service berthing for
yachts of all sizes; 400 villas, residences and estates; a spa and
hotel managed by Sedona Resorts; and an old-world-style village
overlooking the harbor.
In addition to the
bridge, Crab Cay will be accessible by boat or dinghy from Great
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