With the hotel shut down due to COVID-19, the Baeumler family are quarantining on the island. Bryan and Sarah must adapt their plans to the realities of the pandemic.
The Baeumlers head back to the island to tackle urgent projects: an outdoor eating area and a schoolhouse for the kids.
Amid hurricane season and ever-changing travel restrictions, Bryan and Sarah must figure out how to successfully re-open the hotel during a pandemic.
As the hotel re-opens, the Baeumler family moves "back of house".
The Baeumlers balance construction projects with creating an exceptional hotel guest experience. Giving up control proves to be a challenge for Sarah.
Bryan and Sarah face the reality of running a fully functioning resort with limited guests on site.
Bryan and Sarah create the hotel's Dive Shop. After months of struggling to stay "back of house", the Baeumlers consider a move for the family.
The Baeumlers embrace their living situation. A boat issue threatens guest activities.
Bryan and Sarah take on guest-facing and family projects.
A year from the start of the pandemic, the Baeumlers reflect on their work, home and island life.