The 8.3-square mile island of South Caicos is among the smallest in the Turks & Caicos archipelago. Approximately 1,200 residents call South Caicos home, many of whom live in historic Cockburn Harbour. This quiet seaside village boasts the only natural deep-water harbor in the Turks & Caicos, and fishing is the primary economic driver for this community. Rich in culture and history, Cockburn Harbour was the landing point of Queen Elizabeth when she visited the Turks & Caicos Island in 1966.
Here at Sailrock, we take the Turks and Caicos slogan, “beautiful by nature” very seriously and have committed to construction, renovation, maintenance, and restoration of historic assets and natural habitats on our island. This way, we can preserve the beautiful nature of the island for future generations.
In a rare partnership, we’ve joined the Turks & Caicos government to spend $4 million restoring historic buildings and walls in Cockburn Harbour and revitalizing the Queen’s Parade Grounds. The government of Turks & Caicos is very involved in improving the infrastructure and accessibility of our island. Its infusion of over $14 million has funded the construction of road improvements throughout our island, the construction of a new health facility, and the initial phases of a new South Caicos International Airport terminal.