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Black Opal Capital Partners, LLC

Black Opal Capital Partners, LLC

Operator of boutique luxury resorts in the Caribbean, seeking acquisition capital for profitable Cat Island Bahamas Resort.

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Company Overview

Black Opal Capital Partners, LLC is the U.S. based parent company to The Beach Club Bahamas, the operating subsidiary. Black Opal seeks acquisition capital in the amount of $1.6 million in return for 25% of the equity of the subsidiary, thus providing investors a 29% ROI based upon our expected results. We are an owner, operator and manager of third party owned boutique luxury resorts in the Caribbean. Demographic and economic trends in the Caribbean have been extremely favorable, with the Bahamas among the strongest destinations. We intend to re-position Beach Club Bahamas in the luxury travel segment as a mixed use resort property. The resort is situated upon 3 acres of beach front, and included in the sale is an additional 180 linear feet of beach front, that will provide our expansion opportunity. The resort as it exists today is modestly profitable with 21 rooms, restaurant& lounge area, dive shop, pool and other associated amenities. Approximately 60% of resort guests are repeat, thus showing high levels of guest satisfaction. Our business model includes not only resort room rentals, but the sale of fractional/vacation club interests. Unique to our vacation club/fractional model is that we insure the purchaser through Lloyd's of London in such a manner that at the end of their ownership term (usually 15 years), they receive 100% of their purchase price returned to them, thus providing an extremely compelling purchase condition. We intend to highlight eco-tourism, luxury, privacy, the "art of relaxation", as well as a host of outdoor activities & sports. Cat Island is inhabited by 4,000 residents, creating a pristine environment, with spectacular beaches. We have assembled the entire team that made The Beach House Barbuda such a success, purchased for $5 million and sold four years later for $14.5 million and operationally profitable in year 1.