Construction of bridge linking Crab Cay to Great Exuma begins

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.

Constructed to 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 Exuma.

For details, visit www.crabcay.com.

To contact the reporter who wrote this article, send e-mail to Gay Nagle Myers at [email protected].

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