Joe Collier, President of Mainsail Development Group and developer of Scrub Island in the British Virgin Islands, environmental issues of the residents have been addressed and they are on track to open in October.
Collier told the BVI Platinum News, ‘We spent a lot of money on this resort doing a clog sewerage system, no run off from this marina, it’s a zero run off marina, all the water gets pumped up to irrigation. So we are doing a good job to ensure that at the end of this project the water is perfectly clean.’
This is the first new resport in BVI in more than 15 years, and will be 59 units, including suites, villas, and residences, which will sell for $1,000,000-$5,000,000 each.
In the main area of the resort, the Village, there wil be 65 deep water slips, a Welcome Center, retail stores, and a community swimming pool.
The marina is open, the resort about 80% completed, and all the units have been sold. Scrub Island will not exceed more than 200 residents or guests at any time, and the primary form of transportation will be golf carts.
Mark your calendar for the grand beach fiesta on July 25.