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Yacht Charter in Bahamas

There are so many Bahamas yacht charters available it can be hard to know where to begin, which is where we come in. Let our brokers guide you to find the perfect Bahamas yacht charter for you.

There are so many Bahamas boat rentals available it can be hard to know where to begin, which is where we come in. Let our brokers guide you to find the perfect Bahamas yacht charter for you.

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Yacht Charter in Bahamas

Abaco Islands

The Abacos are the perfect place to try out your yacht’s water toys: try a spot of short sailing, dive into the turquoise waters of the Sea of Abaco or get out your fishing rod and scope out the abundance of bonefish, tuna and marlin just a short distance from the shore If angling isn’t for you, observe marine life up close at Sandy Cay and Pelican Cay National Land and Sea Park. At the end of the day, sit back on one of the long sandy beaches with cocktail in hand and let your worries sink below the horizon, along with the setting sun.

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Bimini Island

The island of Bimini sits at the edge of a sheer underwater cliff that drops thousands of feet into the deep, and the Gulf Stream that rushes north past the island warms and feeds its coral reefs and serves as an underwater highway for everything from marlin to mantas and dolphins to sea turtles. For some land-based downtime, hike the Bimini Nature Trail on the south side of the island, and no visit to Bimini is complete without a trip to its mythical healing hole, the Fountain of Youth, whose sacred waters are said to protect you from old age and guarantee everlasting riches.

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The claw-shaped island of Eleuthera (Greek for “freedom”) is a private tropical paradise, home to rolling hills, rustic architecture, and gorgeous beaches. It's pink and white beaches stretch the coast, dotted with quaint, friendly fishing villages. Eleuthera moves at a much slower pace than other Bahamian islands and has an unshakeable reputation for being one of the friendliest places in the world. Visit the Hatchet Bay Caves, one of the largest systems of caves in the Caribbean and the most extensive discovered on Eleuthera with over a mile of twisting passages, rumoured to have sheltered pirates and buccaneers centuries ago. This cave is also home to unique species of crustacea, including the ostracods and copepods, which can be found nowhere else on earth.

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Grand Bahama

For a charming retreat that offers history, culture and a warm, friendly atmosphere, head to Grand Bahama. Begin with a stroll through sun-filled streets lined with market stalls selling traditional straw crafts, art galleries and charming gift shops. When you’ve worked up an appetite, take a seat at a seaside restaurant for lunch and try the famed conch, a Bahamian national dish. There are so many ways to take in the natural beauty of this island, from lazing on the white sands of Xanadu beach to swimming with dolphins. Enjoy a round of golf with breathtaking views of the Atlantic on one of three amazing 18-hole courses. The second-largest city in The Bahamas, Freeport, has secluded beaches, incredible food and plenty of shopping opportunities.

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Harbour Island

Known for its long pink sand beaches lapped by crystal-clear waters, Harbour Island is a dream-like Bahamian hideaway with superb lunch spots, colourful reefs for snorkelling and tiny roads only wide enough for golf carts. Be sure to stop off in Dunmore Town for an idyllic trip into the past, with beautifully built wooden houses over a century old lining the streets. If you’re an experienced diver up for an adventure, get into your scuba gear and dive the Current Cut, one of the top dive sites in the world. The water moves at speeds of up to ten knots with the dive lasting around ten minutes on average, which is sure to be an exhilarating journey into the depths.

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Long Island

Spend the day on this private 80-mile long island – one of the most picturesque in the Bahamas – relaxing or collecting colourful shells on the many pink and white secluded beaches and natural pools or take a dive into the unknown Dean’s Blue Hole is over 600 feet deep, making it a must for even the most seasoned deep-sea and free divers. Even if you don’t fancy a dip, the bright turquoise water fading into the deep black abyss is a must-see.

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An addictive mix of glitzy casinos, high-end duty-free shopping and quiet, shady lanes, Nassau, home to two- thirds of all Bahamians, has a 24/7 buzz. Just across the bridge you'll find Paradise Island, home to an entertainment mecca and the largest water park in the Caribbean. Nassau being the capital makes it the busiest island in the Bahamas. While the hustle and bustle of cruise ships around the Atlantis Resort isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, you won’t have to travel far to find a quiet place to sit with an ocean view, where the only noise you’ll hear is the sound of the waves rolling in. Nassau is home to spectacular natural vegetation including poinsettias, purple bougainvillea and scarlet poinciana trees.

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The Exumas

The Exumas archipelago consists of 365 islands and cays – a collection of jewels scattered through the turqoise Atlantic. Visit Big Major Cay to feed the friendly swimming pigs, the Land and Sea Park to scope out bird sanctuaries and mangroves, Allen’s Cay to see the iguanas, or get out your yacht’s snorkelling gear and take advantage of the countless reefs and grottos. If you feel like relaxing, chill out on one of the many private beaches on a stretch of unspoiled stretch of powder-white sand, or lose yourself in an intimate deep-tissue massage at the sophisticated SeaStar Spa in George Town, followed by some authentic Caribbean seafood and a rum punch at the Tropic Breeze Beach Bar & Grill.

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