'Renovation Island' star Bryan Baeumler plans to buy a plane, but fans ask 'can he fly'

While Bryan is working on earning his license, the Caerula Mar Club has recently introduced a private plane vacation package for their guests


                            'Renovation Island' star Bryan Baeumler plans to buy a plane, but fans ask 'can he fly'
'Renovation Island' star Bryan Baeumler (HGTV)
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The Baeumlers are truly an adventurous lot! Bryan and Sarah Baeumler shocked everybody when they decided to embark on an adventure of a lifetime. The couple uprooted their family from their cozy life in Canada and moved to a sleepy island in the Bahamas called Andros. The couple bought an old, abandoned hotel and decided to turn it into a luxury resort for tourists called Caerula Mar Club.

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The couple's journey of getting Caerula Mar Club up and running amidst many challenges such as the pandemic, hurricanes, etc has been documented on 'Renovation Island'. Now that things are slowly beginning to pick up as travel restrictions are being lifted and the guests are once again slowly trickling into the luxury resort, Bryan already has his eyes set on another adventure to keep him occupied- earning a pilot's license. Bryan and Sarah decided to shift their base to Florida so that their children could stay there and finish their education, while the dup will shuttle back and forth between Andros and Florida regularly to ensure that the resort is running smoothly. Owing to the proximity between Florida and the Bahamas, their plan didn't seem like a stretch.

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The private hangar in the Baeumlers' new Florida home (HGTV)

Does Bryan Baeumler have a pilot's license?

The Baumlers' even purchased a home in Florida. While Sarah and the kids were excited about their new home, Bryan was thrilled about having a private hangar on their property. The Baeumler patriarch expressed his desire to buy a private plane for the family so that the commute between the Bahamas and Florida can be made easier and more comfortable. He also shared that he was training to earn his pilot's license to turn his dream into reality.

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Although Sarah was skeptical about Bryan's big dreams, she decided to be a supportive wife. Later Bryan began listing out all the renovations and tweaks that he wanted to be done in their private hangar and was already thinking about his future plane's maintenance and upkeep. So does Bryan have the coveted pilot's license to make his dreams come true? As of April 2021, the contractor revealed that he was 'inches away' from earning the license. In an Instagram post, he shared a picture of a plane's dashboard alongside the caption, 'BRB. #IBelievedICouldFly #AndAGreatCalmCameOverMe #Cinderella #Views @teamforeflight.' A follower asked Bryan if he was officially a pilot, to which he replied "inches away".

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So looks like Bryan will soon have his pilot's license and take up flying as his new passion project. While Bryan is working on earning his license, the Caerula Mar Club has recently introduced a private plane vacation package for their guests. The luxury resort partnered with Makers Air for plying flights from Florida and Apollo Jets from across the US for guests to travel in comfort and style to the Caerula Mar Club. The guest just needs to show a negative PCR test and a health certificate visa issued by the Bahamas authorities and you're all set to fly, reported Inside Hook

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Starting at $40,000, the Caerula in Style package seems to already be a hit amongst guests. Sarah told the outlet, "The private flights allow our guests to get here hassle-free, so they can spend more of their vacation relaxing and enjoying the island. We’re definitely seeing an uptick in requests and bookings for villa accommodations, particularly extended villa stays, so it seemed natural to pair the villas with our private flight offering."

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'Renovation Island' is available for streaming on HGTV and Discovery +.