Top Spots in The Bahamas

Tuesday, 20 October 2020 -
  1. Abacos
  2. Bimini
  3. Cat Cays
  4. Chub Cay
  5. Compass Cay
  6. Eleuthera
  7. Grand Bahama island
  8. The Exumas
  9. Nassau
  10. Highbourne Cay
  11. Staniel Cay

The Bahamas Islands are only a mere 55 miles from US. The Natural Caribbean beauty collides with next-level contentment in the unspoiled strip of 365 islands and cays. They are a very popular destination for vacations and private yacht charters.

There is no better place for a great time! Lots of sunshine, clear water, and entertainment. The Bahamas is the perfect place to celebrate the best things in your life.




The Abaco Islands lie in the northern Bahamas, 180 miles off the South Florida coast and home of the famous and impressive 7 mile long beach. This 120 Miles long chain of islands make the boating experience one of the best in the world and a paradise for sailing. Marsh Harbor has a lively downtown area where you can find all city amenities. Treasure Cay boasts miles of pristine beaches and a nice start for a yacht charter.

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Just a few Miles from Florida’s coast and really easy to go by boat. The Bimini Islands is one of the best and famous yacht tours from South Florida. Enjoy miles of white sand beaches, wonderful crystal clear ocean, and a chain of exclusive islands.

Bimini consists of two main islands: North Bimini Island, South Bimini Island and numerous cays.

North Bimini with almost seven miles long, and home to Alice Town. Scuba diving and snorkeling are popular activities, there are many shipwrecks in the area, like the SS Sapona, that are popular sites among scuba divers and snorkelers. 

South Bimini offers a quiet alternative to the lively nature of North Bimini like Port Royale, and an epic nature trail.

While in Bimini Island you can go on a wild dolphin swim by heading out to the “dolphin grounds” and waiting for wild dolphins to arrive with a 90% of succese rate.

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Cat Cays

The Cat Cays are two islands in the Bahamas, North Cat Cay and South Cat Cay, approximately 10 miles south of Bimini. North Cat Cay is a privately owned island and is run as a private members club by the Cat Cay Yacht Club. South Cat Cay is currently under development.

North Cay remains a private club but for visiting yachts and private yacht charters entering The Bahamas it is an official port of entry for The Bahamas and Bahamas Customs and the Royal Bahamas Police Force are present on the island.

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Chub Cay

Chub cay is a fisherman's paradise. Located at the southernmost tip of the Berry islands, most notable for the extensive marine life, an abundance of coral reefs, blue holes, walls, caves, shipwrecks to explore and world-class fishing. Chub Cay is just a short boat ride to the world's third largest barrier reef, the Andros Barrier Reef, where you can snorkel and dive to see some of the world's most exotic fish species.

Here it's possible to organize submarine excursions, local guides on a massive bonefish tour and visit the turtle creek.

One of the best places for boat lovers.

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Compass Cay

This island is notable for its naturally-protected harbor, has been outfitted with a beach lodge and a marina.

Compass Cay has an impressive population of docile nurse sharks became a very popular tourist attraction where you can swim with and feed the sharks.

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Eleuthera is known for is its natural beauty and serenity. With turquoise blue ocean, pink sands, shock blue skies, warm weather, and cool breezes. Full of natural beauty with cliffs and boulders from the catastrophic tsunamis over 100,000 years ago adding to the stunning view of both the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.

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Grand Bahama island

The main city from this island is Freeport. Dock your private yacht charter in the marina and explore the city.

Freeport is well known for his free trade zone and he oceanfront Lucaya district where you can find amazing beaches, beautiful resorts, and many shopping stores. Close by you can find Deadman's Reef which is a popular place for snorkeling, and many dive sites. Up the coast you will find Lucayan National Park with extensive underwater caves where you can do  kayaking and explore the nature trails. 

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The Exumas

The Exumas are an exotic collection of dream destinations for private rentals. Footprint-free beaches With sapphire-blue water everywhere, ultra-exclusive resorts and islands fit for celebrities make this tropical paradise an absolute gem. Here, nature out numbers man, coastlines remain flawless and private homes play host to some of the world’s most famous stars.

The Exumas islands are divided into three major areas: Great Exuma, Little Exuma, and The Exuma Cays. Each one offers its own unique experience. Great Exuma and Little Exuma are known for their laidback surroundings, while The Exuma Cays act as a playground for the rich and famous, boasting numerous private homes, luxury resorts and beachside condos. One of the amazing sights in the cays is the "Mile-long Sandbar," a stretch of pure white sand emerging from the blue-green water at low tide.

While on the Exumas islands you cannot miss the Tropic of the Cancer Beach , Stromatolites, Moria Harbour Cay National Park and make a especial stop to Swim with the pigs.

The Exumas truly are the ultimate escape.

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Nassau is the capital and the largest city from The Bahamas Islands. 

Nassau and Paradise Island are characterized by the crystal clear waters, constant temperature and sandy beaches, where you will not be able to resist the temptation of enjoying the rides, sunbathing or simply relaxing. For lovers of water sports, the islands have several activities such as diving on the coral reefs, deep sea fishing for species such as sailfish or yellow tuna and fishing for Macabijo, the local sport that is practiced in shallow waters.

While in Nassau we should have a taste on their amazing cuisine, which is a majestic blend of British, Spanish and Caribbean flavours that constitute the culinary identity of the islands.

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Highbourne Cay

Highbourne Cay is uniquely and the privately owned island welcomes yachts and guests to its first-class marina and luxury cottages. Highbourne’s eight beaches are deserted pieces of paradise. You can walk from the marina towards all of the beaches with stunning views full of luxury.

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Staniel Cay

Staniel Cay is located roughly 75 miles south of Nassau 

Staniel Cay well known for his plethora of shallow, crystal clear waters. There are plenty of water activities to do to do around the island. You can snorkelling next to the Thunderball Grotto, known worldwide as an outstanding snorkelling attraction and farther out from the islands, the waters are cluttered with thousands of shallow water sites, coral heads, and reefs. Next you will find Big Majors, better known as, Pig Beach. Here you can feed and swim with the wild pigs that inhabit the island. Also there's amazing fishing of all kinds like: bone fishing, sports fishing, deep drop, etc.

Staniel Cay contain a wide range of scuba diving attractions, such as steep reef walls, historic ship wrecks, coral reefs, and a diverse range of marine animals.

The best finish for your private yacht charter in The Bahamas Islands.

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