Kemps Bay is a town on the island of Andros in the Bahamas and, before 1996, was also a district of the Bahamas.The district consisted of the southern portion of the island. Its population in 2000 was 1,666 – the census recorded exactly equal numbers of males and females.New districts were created on Andros in 1996. The district of Kemps Bay was roughly replaced by South Andros.
In 2002, businessmen Miko Maseratti and Michael Wilbanks visited the island and developed a plan to create infrastructure on the island to encourage economic growth. Part of the plan included turning grey water into usable water to encourage resorts to develop. Geologists where hired to research the structure as well as city planners where hired for designing however there were no investors at the time and therefore the project was subsequently abandoned.