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Contractor Bryan Baeumler, his wife Sarah and their family head to the Bahamas to overhaul a beachfront resort.

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Bryan starts working on the pool bar and deck, while the industrial kitchen gets delayed.
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The Bauemlers bring in extra support from home to help; Sarah is left in charge of construction.
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Bryan and Sarah struggle to get some alone time; Bryan and Sarah make a decision about the opening date.
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Bryan and Sarah take on the resorts' pool.
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The Baeumler family relocates to the Bahamas with the hope of renovating and opening a beachfront resort.
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The Baeumlers prepare Caerula Mar Club for opening.
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Featuring interviews and never-before-seen footage, Bryan and Sarah take viewers behind the scenes as demolition begins on the honeymoon suite and pool.
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The crew tackles final details around the resort as the soft opening date inches closer; with staff hiring and training underway, Sarah and Bryan welcome their first guests for a wedding.
aired 21 days ago
When a disaster hits the Bahamas, Bryan and Sarah must find a new home base for a family.
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Featuring interviews and never-before-seen footage, Bryan and Sarah take us behind the scenes as they and their kids travel to South Andros Island, Bahamas, to renovate a beachfront resort. As demolition begins, the crew uncovers major termite damage.
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The resort's grand opening date looms over construction progress, as Bryan and Sarah prioritize the clubhouse; the family helps with a community project.
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The Baeumlers reminisce on the past year and the evolution of their project.
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Bryan and Sarah navigate a hospitality learning curve as their business develops.
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During demolition, Bryan and Sarah learn more about the property.
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Bryan and Sarah give the inside scoop on their family adventure as they relive the best renovation moments, including every challenge and surprise along the way.
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The family struggles with the extended timeline; Bryan and Sarah finish the honeymoon suite.
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Bryan and Sarah reassess their priorities; the crew finishes the first villa.
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Everyone on site feels the pressure of incomplete projects; Bryan's parents make a surprise visit.
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Including bonus footage, stress puts a major strain on Bryan and Sarah's relationship just days before their opening; the entire crew rushes to meet their final deadline, and the couple prepares for Caerula Mar's grand opening.
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With only eight weeks until opening, the hotel block delivers another setback; family decisions need to be made.
aired 112 days ago
A family begins renovating a 50-year-old beachfront hotel in the Bahamas; as work begins, major termite damage is discovered.

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