New York [May 7, ] Like a modern-day tribute to Swiss Family Robinson , home renovation experts Bryan and Sarah Baeumler pack up their family and move to a tropical island with the dream to renovate an entire resort. Bryan, a licensed contractor, and Sarah, with her keen sense of design aesthetics, transform the abandoned acre property into a world-class island oasis complete with 18 luxurious hotel rooms, 22 ocean front villas and a host of breezy resort amenities. With an eye toward a grand re-opening for prime tourist season, Bryan and Sarah, along with their small staff, tackle a massive list of construction and design projects that must be completed within a tight six-month timeline. And, renovating a full-service restaurant, club house, spa, in-ground pool and bar is no easy feat if they want to open and welcome guests on time. Absolutely everything. Throughout the season, Bryan and Sarah are determined to realize their dream of reviving the tropical paradise despite the rollercoaster ride of emotions that comes with a seemingly impossible timeline, a maxed budget and unexpected issues such as extensive rust and termite damage in every building as well as the threat of a hurricane mid-reno. Fans can visit HGTV. For anyone seeking entertaining and aspirational home and lifestyle content, HGTV is the place to be. HGTV offers: a top 10 cable network that is distributed to more than 87 million U. PR Feed.
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In Season 1 of Island of Bryan, viewers watched Bryan and Sarah Baeumler leave their home and business behind and move their family to an undeveloped island in Bahamas in order to renovate and restore a run-down beach front resort. Eight jam-packed episodes continue this epic family adventure, giving the viewer an all-access pass into the most ambitious project the Baeumlers have ever taken on. Watch full episodes. Island of Bryan. About Island of Bryan In Season 1 of Island of Bryan, viewers watched Bryan and Sarah Baeumler leave their home and business behind and move their family to an undeveloped island in Bahamas in order to renovate and restore a run-down beach front resort. See More.
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The show is similar to House of Bryan and Bryan Inc. The Baeumler family is renovating and restoring a tropical island beachfront resort, to operate as their own, that the Baeumler couple has bought by leveraging everything they have, and their final safety net. The show became one of the top 5 most watched shows in several Canadian media markets in its first season; and 3 of all specialty television in Canada; and the highest rated show on HGTV Canada in over a decade. As the Baeumlers' previous series did not air widely in the United States, the show will air under the title Renovation Island. The Baeumlers have bought Emerald Palms , a beachfront resort on South Andros island, the largest and least developed of the Bahamas islands. They have moved their entire family to the resort to live while they rebuild it, and hope to open within 6 months or lose it, without its cashflow. Emerald Palms has not operated for a decade. In , the Baeumlers vacationed on South Andros in the Bahamas.