Bahamas Yacht Charter Hot
Sailing around the islands of Bahamas is world class charter vacation and an unforgettable experience. Travel across the oceans to the island of your dreams. Sit back and relax, revive your strength, it is time for an adventure.
Bahamas and Abaco. Stretching 140 miles form north to south, with a dozens of pristine islands to be explored. It is smooth sailing from one picturesque spot to the other, where you'll find snug harbors, deserted white sand beaches, and cozy Caribbean villages. Whether for a week long tropical island tour, a day sail with the family, or a week end getaway, we have the boat to accommodate your needs. Snorkeling, diving, fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, shopping, romance, fun.. something for everyone is awaiting.
The adventure is limitless and with our Bahamas yacht charter you get to experience scuba diving, game fishing and more. There are over seven hundred islands around the Bahamas. It is a getaway that you will never forget. Our powered yachts and sailing yachts are at a large variety, giving you availability to choose your desired vacation.
We provide the best price and give you the location of your dreams. The best part is that you choose the yacht. You have your own captain and a private chef. The Bahamas Yacht charter offers you the best accommodation. Feel like you are in a five star hotel that changes its view all the time. You are the one that decided. The food, activities and standard are placed in your hands. You determine the level of your vacation.
Invite your friends and family with you and share the costs. Visit exotic beaches, secret islands and experience some island shopping like never before. All of your hard work has finally paid off. The Bahamas yacht charter will invigorate your senses and lift up your spirits, renew your energy and give you well needed rest. It's a dreamy getaway that will leave anyone who did not join you green with envy.
The Exuma Bahamas Islands
There are more than 700 islands in The Bahamas, enough for dozens of charter holidays. One of the most popular routes explores the 120-mile-long Exuma chain.
Day 1: Hundreds of small cays make the Exumas a prime cruising ground. The waters here are legendary for deserted islands, coves, bays and harbors begging to be explored by boat. Fly into Georgetown on Great Exuma and board your yacht at lovely Elizabeth Harbor. Enjoy hors d'oeuvres on the comfortable aft deck while sipping "welcome aboard" cocktails.
Day 2: Cruise north to Staniel Cay to dive the exotic Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park. This 176-square mile site can't be left off your itinerary if divers are onboard who appreciate impressive reefs, drop-offs, blue holes with freshwater springs, caves and marine life unspoiled by commercial development. Thunderball Grotto, featured in the famous James Bond movie, is also located on Staniel Cay.
Day 3: Spend a lesiurely morning sunning on deck before having lunch at Sampson Cay Club Marina. Anchor off High-bourne Cay for an exquisite alfresco dining experience after and evening of soak and stargazing from your fly bridge Jacuzzi.
Day 4: Lee Stocking Island, home to the Caribbean Marine Research Center, provides a protected anchorage. Visit the labs where scientists conduct numerous undersea marine experiments and collect data from surrounding waters, which are full of fascinating marine life.
Day 5: The seven-by-12-mile island of San Salvador provides isolation, great diving and history dating back to Christopher Columbus' discovery of America. In fact, San Salvador claims to be the explorer's first landfall in the New World. Among the many monuments and ruins that warrant a visit are the Columbus Monument on Crab Cay and Farquharson Plantation, known by locals as "Blackbeard's Castle." A few miles south of Graham's Harbor on San Salbador, you can climb 160 feet to the top of Dixon Hill Lighthouse to enjoy a 19-mile view. Built in 1887, it is one of the last hand-operated, kerosene-lit light-houses still in existence in the world.
The Abacos and Eleuthera Charter (Marsh Harbor - Abaco, the Bahamas)
Day 1: Fly into Marsh Harbor and meet your yacht at the Abaco Beach Resort. While sipping a rum punch and adjusting to island time, cruise to Elbow Cay. Sunset illuminates the famous red-and-white striped lighthouse marking Hopetown. Anchor off White Sound.
Day 2: Tender ashore early for Lobster Benedict at the Abaco Inn, where your meal is served with views of both the ocean and sound. Tour Hopetown by golf cart before heading on to Guana Cay to snorkel the reefs or swim in the crystal-clear waters surrounding nearby Sandy Cay. Dine aboard that evening while moored at Orchid Bay Marina.
Day 3: Walk the strip of white sand along Treasure Cay, considered one of the top beaches in the Bahamas. Choose handmade souvenirs from the charming shops at Green Turtle Cay. Take the Wave Runners for a late afternoon spin before dining on tropical cuisine perfected by your private chef.
Day 4: Cruise the Sea of Abaco south to the Out Island of Eleuthera. Sink your toes into the pink sand of Harbor Island, often called the Nantucket of the Caribbean. Its pastel houses sit among white picket fences, quaint shops and tropical flowers. Dine at the Romora Bay Club, which boasts the only French chef in the Bahamas.
Day 5: Visit the waterfront settlement of Tarpum Bay, stopping into Flanders Art Studio to view the owner's watercolors of local scenes. Feed the fish at nearby Ocean Hole, a large saltwater lake connected to the sea by subterranean tunnels.
Day 6: Every seaside town has a Front Street, and Rock Sound is no exception. A stroll here brings you to St. Luke's Anglican Church, its white-wash beautifully contrasting with the deep blue and green houses nearby, each with colorful gardens of point settia, hibiscus, and marigolds.
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