Forbes Article Features Sterling Global’s Partner, Wymara Resort + Villas, for its Innovative ‘Ocean Pool’
The Stunning Caribbean Pool Continues to Make Waves Among Travel Circles
A jaw-dropping pool tends to draw attention — and that’s especially the case with the Caribbean’s first in-ocean pool at Wymara Resort + Villas.
The luxury resort on Grace Bay Beach, in a prime Turks and Caicos location, now boasts a 3,900-square-foot, 130-foot-long, 30-foot-wide pool that’s part of the Villa Beach Club, and Forbes is taking notice of this unique first. Guests of the villa can use this unique pool, and resort guests can also take a dip if they purchase $75 day passes per person.
It’s another stunning Caribbean development involving Sterling Global Financial Limited, which has tapped Wymara Resort + Villas as its secured partner.
So, how does an in-ocean swimming pool work? It’s a natural body of water, replenished with fresh seawater from the Atlantic, that’s carved out of coastal rock and lined by a timber deck. Because it’s a natural pool, swimmers will find a soft, sandy bottom, with a depth ranging from three to five feet to six to nine feet deep at the deep end.
While in this stunning pool, swimmers can take in picture-perfect views of the bay and up the cliff to the villas.
Sterling Global Financial Limited has long been known for its development in the Caribbean, including Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina, the first and only Bahamas marina to offer in-slip fueling, as well as residential, commercial, and resort developments like Paradise Landing, Montage Cay Resort & Marina, Thirty Six, and Indigo Bay.
Most recently, Sterling teamed up with top firms to announce the new Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences, due to open in mid-2025.
Read more about the Caribbean’s first in-ocean pool, now up and running and turning heads at Wymara Resort + Villas, as reported by Forbes.