Fans of “Pirates of the Caribbean” and James Bond can own one of their favorite movies — a private island in the Bahamas — if they pay $100 million.

Little Pipe Cay, which was featured in the first “Pirates” franchise and James Bond movie “Casino Royale,” is currently a rental resort that went public last week, according to a press release.

Engel & Völkers Bahamas has a list.

In addition to its Hollywood close-up, the island features a 5,300-square-foot main residence, four guest rooms, a 22,000-square-foot staff quarters with 11 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, a helipad, seaplane dock and a deepwater Marina super yacht. The grounds also include an Olympic-sized infinity pool and manicured gardens.

The island also has white-sand beaches and stunningly colored waters that locals call the “Bombay Sapphire,” according to a press release. Exotic flora and fauna – including dolphins and sea turtles – also grace the island.

Kayaks and jet skis are included in the purchase price. The island is about 70 miles from Nassau, and prices range from $75,000 to $95,000 a night, the release said. It’s part of the sparsely populated 365-island archipelago known as the Exumas, with just 1,500 full-time residents living in the capital, George Town.

The Caribbean is a popular destination for those who can afford it.

David Copperfield, Tyler Perry and Johnny Depp are the owners of the neighboring islands of Little Pipe Cay, the release said.

Black Diamond Capital Management founder Stephen Deckoff recently bought from Jeffrey Epstein’s estate Two private islands off the coast of St. Thomas – One of them, Little St. James, was a notorious enclave where Epstein reportedly sexually abused dozens of teenage girls – $60 million, about half the asking price, new york times report.

Meanwhile, Adam Sinn, owner of Aspire Commodities, Purchased 130 acres of property in St. Bartsformerly owned by the Rockefeller family, for a record $136 million, The Wall Street Journal Report. It was the most expensive acquisition in the history of the Caribbean island; Steve and Linda Horn, TV commercial producers with decades of ownership, became the sellers.

— Ted Glazer

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