Members of the Dart family first visited Grand Cayman in the late 1980s, initially drawn to the island’s great natural assets and marine environment. They also found it to have a sophisticated infrastructure due to its role as an offshore financial centre and were impressed by its diverse and talented workforce. The home the family subsequently purchased was the West Indian Club, which came with the land that is now the core of Camana Bay. Based on their deepening knowledge of Cayman’s history and culture, its promising future and their travels around the world, the Dart family felt the Camana Bay site held great potential to become a world class community development. Their vision was for a new town, open to all, providing a diverse and walkable mix of commercial, retail, resort, entertainment and residential opportunities.