We have previously sent large plastic barrels full-to-the-brim of things, new and used, that will be useful in general and specifically to finish and furnish our first two rental cabins which are near completion. This barrel, which will leave Virginia soon for its trip south, has the usual mixture of stuff.
Two important items are Westinghouse commercial ceiling fans...the same type of fan that I've used in my home for years. The current US administration might not want us to have - or to use - ceiling fans of any sort, but we're not going to do without them in the tropics.
False Bluff is isolated and what electricity we have is provided by solar panels which will support ceiling fans but not A/C. Each cabin has an almost constant breeze from the Caribbean through really big front windows so those windows plus the fans are all that will be needed.
The fans, by plan and necessity, were the first things to be loaded and I hit a snag right at the start of loading the barrel. The boxes, taped together, barely fit into the opening but when it came to lifting them plus the barrel I couldn't handle the combined weight. However, I've got a really nice neighbor who lifted fans and barrel together like he was picking up a tennis ball.