On their one year anniversary on the island, Bryan and Sarah look back at how the project has evolved and make plans for the future.
The family struggles with their extended timeline on the island. Bryan and Sarah complete the Honeymoon Suite.
The Baeumlers navigate a whole new learning curve in hospitality as their build transitions to a business.
The Baeumlers reassess their priorities in order to get the resort open. The first villa is completed.
Bryan’s construction headaches continue as he turns his attention to the pool bar and deck. The industrial kitchen is delayed.
Incomplete projects begin to take a toll on everyone on site. Bryan’s parents surprise the Baeumler kids with a visit.
The Bauemlers bring in extra support from home to help with progress. When Bryan has to leave site for a few days, Sarah is left in charge of construction.
A busy site leaves Bryan and Sarah with no alone time. The Baeumlers make a difficult decision about the resort’s opening date.
As the villas reach the finishing stage, the Baeumlers face the harsh realities of building and living on an island.
Bryan and Sarah tackle the Honeymoon Suite. Construction setbacks and design changes impact the build’s schedule and budget.
The hotel block proves to be more than Bryan and Sarah bargained for. The resort’s pool is completed.
As the Baeumler family settles in to island life, the demolition stage brings shocking revelations about the state of the property.
The Baeumler family relocates to the Bahamas to renovate and open a run-down beachfront resort.