Board of Directors update

The Officers  designations following  the Board Directors Meeting is as follows:

  • Roger Seivright – Chairman
  • Michele Rassin-Moodie – Secretary
  • Craig Lines – Treasurer
  • Constantinos Berdanis – Director
  • Llewelyn  Boyer-Cartwright – Director
  • Antionette Turnquest – Director
  • Robert Sands – Director (Appointed to replace Cameron Carey until next AGM 2022)


Board of Directors following 2021 AGM

The Board of Directors following the 2021 AGM held on Friday, April 23rd, 2021 is as follows;

  • Turnquest Antionette (Elected 2021 AGM)
  • Cartwright Llewellyn (Elected 2021 AGM)
  • Berdanis Constantinos (Re-elected 2021 AGM)
  • Seivright Roger (Re-elected 2021 AGM)
  • Lines Craig (Elected 2020 AGM)
  • Rassin-Moodie Michele (Re-elected 2020 AGM)

At the next Board meeting,  the Directors will determine officer designations and the appointment of a Director to serve for one year, following the resignation of Cameron Carey.



Biographies for 2021 AGM Director Nominations

The Annual General Meeting will take place at the Gazebo located in Phase 5 (adjacent to the pond) on Friday, April 23rd, 2021. 

voting extended hours 1:00pm to 5:00pm.                                                     

Nominations for the 2021 vacancies on the Board of Directors close April 16th, 2021 (Article no. 52), and the deadline for the submission of proxy forms also closes April 16th, 2021 (Article no. 46).

COSTA BERDANIS              

Mr. Constantinos J Berdanis started his Development and Construction Company in 1995. His knowledge and expertise would be a great asset in assisting the community in reaching its goals. Mr. Berdanis is married with three boys.



Roger is the former Managing Director of Unique Vacations (Bahamas) Limited (UVL).  Unique Vacations Limited is an affiliate of Unique Travel Corp., the Worldwide representative for Sandals and Beaches Resorts where Roger has been employed for 20 years.  UVL’s primary objective is to provide operational and information technology support to Sandals and Beaches Resorts.

Roger’s Expertise Includes:

  • Information Technology
  • Online/Digital Marketing
  • Audit and Quality Assurance
  • Call Center Management
  • Operational Systems Development
  • Real Estate 


Roger attended primary school in Jamaica, boarding school in the United Kingdom, and went to College in the United States of America.


Roger was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and has lived in the USA and the UK. He has been living with his wife and daughters in Sandyport for 11 years and is a homeowner.  



Antionette Turnquest is an accomplished Human Resource professional with a diverse career across several industries.

Presently, Antionette is the Human Resources Director at Commonwealth Brewery Limited (CBL), a position she’s held since March 2019. In her role, she is responsible for leading talent management of more than three hundred associates across The Bahamas.

Before joining CBL, Antionette has held executive Human Resource management roles at several leading companies in The Bahamas. She served as Head of Human Resources for First Caribbean CIBC Bahamas and Turks & Caicos from 2015 to 2019 and Assistant General Manager for HR & Training at The Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) from 2007 to 2015. In each capacity, she drove comprehensive strategies to manage employees and overall workplace culture.

Antionette’s career in HR was spurred by her keen interest in industrial relations. She joined the Kerzner International team as a Labour Relations Manager in 2002. In this position, her responsibilities included ensuring the companies’ compliance with labour Laws, providing training and support to Management, enforcing company policies, and representing the company in industrial relations matters. Just two years later, she joined The Bahamas Hotel Employer’s Association as its Director of Industrial Relations. In this position, Mrs. Turnquest represented the hotel owners in New Providence and Paradise Island and assisted in maintaining a stable industrial relations environment within the hotel industry.

Mrs. Turnquest’s career began as an Associate in the litigation department at the Graham Thompson & Co. law firm. Her practice encompassed a broad range of areas from banking to Labour Law.

Antionette has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of the West Indies, completing her LLB in 1998. She completed her studies at The Eugene Dupuch Law School and was admitted as a Counsel and Attorney to the Bahamas Bar in 2000. Antionette also holds an Associates of Arts Degree in English Language and Literature from the College of The Bahamas and graduated from Saint Augustine’s College in 1993.

Apart from her professional responsibilities, in her spare time, she enjoys reading, sporting activities, and cooking. She is married to Marco M. Turnquest, a Partner at the law firm of Lennox Paton & Co and they have 3 children, Nicholas, Adam & Lauryn.




Llewellyn has been a practicing attorney for over 26 years in The Bahamas and founded Harley James Law in June 2020.

He provides advice to international and domestic air carriers as well as numerous private clients; property acquisition; corporate entities; immigration and estate planning.

Llewellyn has established himself as the go-to lawyer in The Bahamas for Aviation Law and is recognized as a leading authority in the jurisdiction. As a licensed air transport pilot, he has over 30 years of experience in the aviation industry having flown commercially for airlines both in the US and The Bahamas.

Since 2012, he has been a strong proponent on the enhancement of the country’s aircraft registry to compete with other leading international registries to enable the civil aviation sector to become self-sustaining. He has served on the Registry Development and the Cape Town Convention Steering Committee and has also assisted The Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority with the drafting of regulations for the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs); commonly referred to as drones.

Llewellyn has authored numerous articles, contributed a chapter to a leading publication, and has spoken at several international conferences in relation to Aviation Law in The Bahamas. In addition to his positions held on governmental and statutory bodies in the aviation sector, including the Air Transport Advisory Board, he is also a former member of the Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB).

He is a member of Bars of England & Wales (Honourable Society of the Inner Temple), The Bahamas, and the Lawyer Pilots Bar Association and holds a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Master’s degree in Aviation Science.

Llewellyn has been a member of the Sandyport community since 1992 and still regards it as one of the most desirable places on the Island in which to live.


Notice of the Annual General Meeting 2021

To: The shareholders of 
Sandyport Homeowners Association Limited

            Take Notice that the Annual General Meeting of the Company will take place at the Gazebo located in Phase 5 (adjacent to the pond) on Friday, April 23rd, 2021 

voting extended hours 1:00pm to 5:00pm.

Forms of Proxy are hereby circulated to shareholders for those who wish to have someone else represent them or to cast their vote. On completion of the form of proxy, same should also be sent to the Secretary via the Office on or before Friday the 9th day of April A.D. 2021. Where shares are held by companies, the company must send in a form of proxy designating an individual to cast the vote on its behalf.

Forms of Proxy are hereby circulated to shareholders for those who wish to have someone else represent them or to cast their vote. On completion of the form of proxy, same should also be sent to the Secretary via the Office on or before Friday the 9th day of April A.D. 2021. Where shares are held by companies, the company must send in a form of proxy designating an individual to cast the vote on its behalf.

Nominations to serve on the Board of Directors will be accepted until Friday, April 9th, 2021. Nominations should be made by email to and include a short biography together with a photograph.

Shareholders who are joint owners or owners as tenants-in-common must send into the Company Secretary (in care of the office) in writing the name of the shareholder who they have authorized to cast the vote on behalf of the said joint owners or tenants – in –common.

Dated this March 11th, 2021

Robert Sands

Download notice and proxy forms


  1. The Chairman will call the meeting to order.
  2. It will be determined whether the requirements for a quorum have been satisfied.
  3. To review and adopt the minutes of the last Annual General Meeting of the Company.
  4. To elect Four (4) Shareholders to serve as Directors of the Company for a period of Two (2) years (Article no. 25).
  5. To review the audited Financial Statements for the financial year ending December 31st, 2020.
  6. To consider and approve the Budget for the financial year 2021.
  7. To receive, consider and adopt the report of the Directors.
  8. To approve of the appointment of auditors for the ensuing year and to authorize the Directors to fix the remuneration of the Auditors.


  1. Any shareholder entitled to attend and vote at the Annual General Meeting of the Company shall be entitled to appoint a proxy to attend and vote in the member’s stead and the proxy holder need not be a member of the Company.
  2. Proxies shall be either left at the Sandyport Management Office in Olde Towne, or communicated to the General Manager, via email. Proxies must be received at least fourteen (14) days before the start of the meeting (Article no. 46).
  3. Election of Directors shall be by secret ballot. Every member present in person or by proxy shall have one vote for each share held.

2021 Water billing schedule

The 2021 water billing schedule is now available for viewing via this page.

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Payment must be made using the following method

Car and boat registrations for 2021

2021 auto-identification decals are now available for collection from Security Services located at the Sandyport main entrance.

Mandatory boat permits

Under the policy for watercraft moored in Sandyport, all existing permits will expire at midnight on December 31, 2020. Please complete the application form and submit it to Security Services together with current documentation. Vessels without or within invalid permits will be denied access to the waterwaysFull details and the application form are available here.

Security may ask that you produce the certificate of registration at the control point. Clause 13 (3) of Government regulation states:

The certificate of registration of a boat for hire shall be affixed in a prominent place on such a boat. The license issued to a person to act as master of such a boat shall be available at all times for inspection.

Use of marina slips for 2021

The Board has agreed to extend the marina slip program (see original post here) until December 31, 2021 subject to the terms set out below. Note the increase compared to the previous year covers the cost of additional liability insurance:

  • Payment in full of an annual fee of $2,000 + VAT;
  • The right to use the slip does not automatically renew upon expiration;
  • You may use the slip for your own boat only for as long as you remain a resident or owner;
  • It shall not be rented nor used by others;
  • In the event of a hurricane, the boat shall be stored elsewhere;
  • You shall be responsible for any loss or damage to marina property due to neglect;
  • The boat shall be registered with Sandyport security and if anybody other than the owners use it, you shall notify security at least 24 hours before the boat leaves and enters Sandyport;
  • You will need to arrange for a dedicated water supply to be installed by the Association in the event you require access to potable water, and
  • Your rights under the terms of the Licence Agreement and Conveyance are not affected by this agreement.
  • Slips will be allocated on a first paid basis subject to priority being given to non-waterfront lot owners, followed by existing slip users then all remaining residents/owners.

To reserve a slip, please make the reservation below and forward payment in the amount of $2,000 + VAT (Total $2,240) to the Association office. Reservations are not secured until we confirm in writing accordingly. The slips shall be allocated on a first paid, first-served basis with preference being given to those that took advantage of the program in the previous year provided that payment is made before the expiration date. Unauthorized vessels will be removed after December 31, 2020.

Private docks

TAKE NOTICE THAT Residents (tenants and/or visitors) using mooring posts, cleats, or any other means of securing vessels to their properties do so at their own risk. Users are responsible for ensuring the security of their vessels including the equipment used, whether or not the said equipment forms part of, or is attached to, common property. Sandyport Homeowners Association Limited (the Association) does not warrant the use of any such equipment located on common property or otherwise, with your use of any such equipment you agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Association for any injury, loss, or damage arising therefrom. The Association accepts no responsibility, and is not liable, for any injury, loss, or damage arising directly or indirectly from poorly secured vessels. Owners that wish to install equipment to secure their vessels are hereby reminded of their obligation to seek the requisite approval from the Association.

Holiday business hours 2020 – 2021

The Holiday season is here again and it is during this time of year that criminal activity tends to increase. However, we wish to assure you that we will continue to do our part to ensure the safety of residents and their property. There are a number of safety precautions we would like everyone to bear in mind during this season.

  • Call Security Services on 327-6943 to report anything that appears suspicious.
  • To speak to an officer immediately press ‘0’ and you will be diverted to an emergency contact.
  • Monitor children and always be aware of their activities. Our Security personnel have had cause to deal with resident children damaging Association property, their time could be better utilized.
  • Be aware of your surroundings. When traveling home at night, be vigilant to ensure that you are not being followed. If you suspect that you are being followed, please stop at the security gate. This is particularly important for residents who may normally utilize the automatic entry system – do not use it under these circumstances.
  • Drivers of vehicles with dark tinted glass should open their windows when stopping at the Security gate so that personnel can check that the occupants are not under duress.  When there are guests following you home, please give Security Services their names. Also, inform your guest to stop at the Security gate and not to enter directly after you.
  • Provide Security Services with guest lists for any upcoming functions in order to prevent delays or inconveniencing them.
  • Notify Security Services if your property is going to be vacant over the holidays, you may send instructions using our going away service.

In conclusion, please be reminded that worker identification badges and vehicle decals expire at the end of December.

Business hours during the Holiday season:

Dec 24th – 8 am-noon
Dec 25th – 28th – closed
Dec 29th & 30th – 8am – 4pm
Dec 31st – 8 am-noon
Jan 1st – closed

Business resumes as normal on Monday, January 4th, 2021. In the event of emergencies outside of business hours, please contact 327-6943.

We would like to take this opportunity to wish all residents Happy Holidays and all the best for the New Year.

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