Roatan Waterfront Property
Calabash Bight Roatan
300' on the water. 108' dock w/water, electricity, cable TV & Internet.
Able to accomodate multiple vessels of up tp 85'
This is an exceptional property in a safe & most desirable location.
Hillside view of the mountains of Honduras ( 35 miles away ), the Caribbean Ocean. and
the entrance to Calabash Bight & it's beautiful harbor
2.25 acres on Calabash Bight, the safest "hurricane harbor" on the island.
This approx. 96,000 sq. ft. property is well tended w/landscaped area at dock landing &
leading up to a concrete block Bodega type structure, currently serving
as a small living space and tool storage/workshop area.
This property is ready for developement into your "dream getaway & retreat"
Calabash Shores - Roatan
View from the property looking South at the reefs right outside the cut, on clear days we can see the mountains of Honduras!
Below a possible scenario for developing the property
for aerial video of dcock: https://youtu.be/pi9XPL7NCIY
Purple pin indicates position of
Yellow tapering square on the right indicates location of Calabash Shores property.
Dock can moor up to 5 vessels of 40' plus , or 85' vessels in combination
The building to the right and the dock on the far left.
There are 3 lots together owned by one Corporation that at this point in time has 3 US partners.
We are considering offering the South lot and the Center lot with the the dock, together for 200,000$.
view out the Bight entrance
!04 foot dock could moor up to 5 40- some foot yachts, or up to 85' yacht combination
This property has all the fundamentals in place......a place to live & work, with you're creating & building your own dream getaway. And by either developing the other building sites or parceling the other building sites to sell, this is a great opportunity in an affordable local economy.
Roatan, 615 nautical miles
from Key West, by sea!
The fishing there and around the island, Billfish, Tuna, Dolphin and certainly Wahoo.
Totally undiscovered area in that respect, with deep valleys and high mounts on the ocean bottom, a 14,000 foot deep trench just north of the Island, also plenty fish between it and the mainland.
Flats fishing as well all around the island!!