Silent-Resorts to build Fiji’s first solar-powered marina

Silent-Resorts Fiji

Silent-Resorts has revealed plans and renderings of its second solar-powered luxury resort, which will be built on an island in Fiji.

Plans include a solar-powered marina, set to be the first in the island nation.

The developer, which is a partner of Austrian solar-powered boat manufacturer Silent-Yachts, started construction on its first location in Exuma in the Bahamas in June 2022. Club Ki’ama in the Bahamas is scheduled for completion in 2024, with the first Silent Marina now completed and already home to a Silent 55.

This second Silent-Resort location will be situated on a private island in the Fijian archipelago., with the exact location to be confirmed. The firm says it will offer a ‘zero-carbon, radically sustainable private escape nestled in the jungle hillsides and white sand beaches lined with a stunning coral reef.’

Silent-Resorts Fiji

On offer will be 28 four, five or six-bedroom Silent Estate Residences, 14 two-bedroom Silent Marina Residences and 10 two-bedroom Silent Beach Club Residences, alongside access to a fleet of solar-electric powered tenders, speed boats and catamarans to help guests explore Fiji’s natural surroundings.

In addition to the luxurious beachfront and marina village solar-powered residences, amenities on offer include an owners’ clubhouse beach bar/restaurant and a health and wellness centre, as well as access to Fiji’s first solar-powered Silent Marina, dedicated to electric boats only.

“After considering numerous possible locations, we are delighted to be finalising the approval process for our latest location in Fiji,” says Victor Barrett, head of Silent-Resorts.

“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.”

Silent-Resorts Fiji

Michael Köhler, founder and CEO of Silent-Yachts, adds: “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.”

Construction is set to begin on Silent Resort Fiji’s marina and beach club by the end of 2023.

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