Wax Cays’ buildings consist of accommodation villas, extensive staff accommodation, the dinning building including a bar and a commercial kitchen, an open-air pavilion, a games pavilion with billiard table, games tables, sitting areas with satellite TV and Internet access, laundry, harbour embankment, hand cut native stone walkways and sea walls, docks with power and water and storage, Facilities include two marinas, a power generating facility, water supply and reverse osmosis equipment.

 

The social heart of the Island is the centrally located bar and restaurant, offering a warm and inviting space, suitable for hosting a large gathering of family and friends, or a quiet meal for two. Surrounded by wooden decks with teak furniture, the location is a perfect place to entertain and to enjoy the island’s exquisite sunsets.

 

The open-air pavilion is set away from the rest of the villas at the tip of the Island overlooking the ocean. The building is constructed from large wooden timbers, featuring wooden floors and a thatched roof to take advantage of the wonderful ocean breezes. Here you have a place to meditate, practice yoga, or create your dream massage experience.

 

A blend of the exotic and comfortable, the villas on Way Cay are simply one of a kind. The structures have been built using hand carved antique Vietnamese building frames. These were disassembled in Vietnam shipped to Wax Cay and re-assembled. The rustic elegance of these buildings adds to the mystique of being on the Cay.

 

The villas have been designed for total privacy. With a principal villa offering four bedrooms, one villa providing three bedrooms and six one bedroom villas, there is ample accommodation. The air-conditioned homes have been elegantly appointed with elements from the Far East, and offer open living area, dining areas with kitchenettes and en suite marble bathrooms. Carefully positioned, each villa overlooks its own private beach, and many feature a thatched gazebo perched over the ocean, with private sundecks.

 

In addition to the comprehensive development already in place, a wealth of breathtaking building sites situated across the Island offer endless opportunity for expansion.

 

Harbours

Wax Cay has two marinas, one on either end of the island. The north marina has dockage with power and water available. The marina to the south has dockage only. Both marinas have a six foot draft to deep water.

Further the south end of the island has a third deepwater dock/ramp that can accept roll on/roll off containers and heavy construction equipment.

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