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Andros Island, An Untouched Paradise for Your Next Yacht Charter Destination

2020-06-05T11:53:37-04:00
The Island of Andros, Bahamas

The Island of Andros

Adventure and beauty are calling your name on the island of Andros—an island located in the Bahamas. This nearly untouched island is the largest of the Bahamas, at roughly 100 miles long. It is easily accessed by private yacht charter. The island is stunning, as most of it is uninhabited. There are many stretches of unspoiled land on the island, including free-flowing creeks, deserted beaches, and exotic wildlife. A trip to Andros Island offers a rare opportunity to become connected to nature in a way that you probably haven’t done before. 

Snorkeling in the Bahamas

There is no shortage of mystery and wonder that surrounds Andros as well. There is believed to be an underwater 75-foot monster, Lusca, who dwells in the ocean waters. There’s Morgan’s Bluff—the presumed location of a hidden buried treasure from one of the Caribbean’s most feared pirates, Sir Henry Morgan. Perhaps one of the most beautiful wonders of the island though available for snorkeling from your private charter yacht, is the Andros Barrier Reef—the third largest living organism on the planet. Because this island is almost completely uninhabited, this 190-mile reef is in pristine condition with an abundance of fish, whales, and coral for you to explore. 

In its natural habitat a bonefish is swimming in the grass flats ocean

The Elusive Bonefish

For the fisherman looking for great sport, bonefishing is at its finest in the saltwater flats around Andros Island, considered a world class bonefishing destination. From your anchored charter yacht, head out with a local bonefishing guide who will supply a flat bottomed boat, and all of the gear needed to stalk this elusive fish.

Andros Island, An Untouched Paradise for Your Next Yacht Charter Destination2020-06-05T11:53:37-04:00

A Private Yacht Charter Stop in Thunderball Grotto

2020-04-20T13:40:27-04:00
Thunderball Grotto Inside the Grotto

Thunderball Grotto Inside the Grotto

To visitors approaching by private yacht charter tender, on the outside, this island in the Exumas chain in the Bahamas is a quiet, uninhabited place. There is nothing to hear but the splash of the waves and the calling of birds. Once you’ve donned your snorkeling or scuba gear, however, you can be transported to the famed interior grotto made immortal in several Hollywood films. 

Thunderball Grotto earned its name from the same Bond film. Splash, Never Say Never Again, and Into the Blue also featured scenes here. It is a series of caves where the light goes from aquamarine to green and gold, filled with beautiful tropical fish and other wildlife. Learn more about the grotto and its cinematic history here.

A visit to Thunderball Grotto would not be complete without a stop at Staniel Cay and other unique experiences nearby, including visiting Great Major Cay to feed the feral swimming pigs. We have a sample itinerary packed with fun for your next Bahamas yacht charter.

Bahamas Thunderball Cave Beautiful Parrot Fish in the Cave

Thunderball Cave

A Private Yacht Charter Stop in Thunderball Grotto2020-04-20T13:40:27-04:00

Exumas Yacht Charter Itinerary from Nassau to Georgetown

2019-12-28T21:35:51-05:00

Beautiful Beaches of the Bahamas

On an Exumas yacht charter, any number of days can be spent enjoying the lovely water, great beaches, and all there is to see and do in the Exumas.  This itinerary is for 10 days, however can be shortened to 7 days or extended to 14 days.  Once you are in the Bahamas on an Exumas yacht charter, you may find it very hard to leave.

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Exumas Yacht Charter Itinerary from Nassau to Georgetown2019-12-28T21:35:51-05:00

Why The Exumas Should Be Your Next Bahamas Yacht Charter Destination

2020-04-20T14:00:17-04:00

Luxury private crewed yacht charter - Florida and the Bahama islands

Beautiful Bahamas

As you know, in September 2019, Hurricane Dorian caused significant damage to the Bahamas. The Abacos Islands, along with other popular Bahamas Out Island destinations north of Nassau, sustained a direct hit from the Category 5 storm. However, other Bahama islands remained untouched and still open for business, including the Exumas. The Bahamas Out Islands stretch over a very large area, so that while one island chain can sustain damage, other island areas are untouched. These islands are very dependent on tourism revenue, and the Exumas are still as beautiful as ever. If you are considering a private yacht charter in this region, this is a perfect time to go on a yacht charter in the Exuma Islands.

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Why The Exumas Should Be Your Next Bahamas Yacht Charter Destination2020-04-20T14:00:17-04:00

Yacht Charter in the Bahamas and the Beautiful Exuma Islands

2020-04-20T13:43:22-04:00

Bahamas beach

Bahamas Beach

Yacht Charter in the Bahamas can be arranged for any one of many island chains in this country with far flung islands sprinkled across the Atlantic, however a favorite, and with good reason, are the Exuma Islands. Once known as Yumey and Suma, the Exumas were first settled by British Loyalists that flocked to these beautiful cays after the American Revolutionary War.  Today, beginning just 35 miles south of Nassau and stretching 130 miles, The Exumas are more a playground that can be enjoyed by land, however are  far more spectacular when enjoyed by sea on a yacht charter in the Bahamas.

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Yacht Charter in the Bahamas and the Beautiful Exuma Islands2020-04-20T13:43:22-04:00

Bahamas Charter Itinerary: Out Islands

2018-10-28T19:43:01-04:00

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Harbor Island

Cruise on this yacht charter itinerary through the Bahamas Out Islands on a motor yacht or sailing catamaran through Bahamas Out Islands that were settled during the Colonial Bahamian Period.  While perhaps more historic ashore, these Bahamas Out Islands have the same beautiful long expanses of beach along with terrific snorkeling and scuba diving locations, that are a signature of all of the Bahamas Out Islands.

Board your yacht in Harbour Island.  Enjoy the streets of Dunmore Town that the glossy magazines are labeling as the “new St Barths”. Renowned for brightly colored houses and white picket fences, this elegant little town has art galleries, restaurants, boutiques and straw work to offer. Golf carts are the means of transportation around Harbour Island and will allow you to explore the many narrow streets. Diving enthusiasts will enjoy the sight of an unusual underwater train wreck.  Harbour Island is renowned for the pink sand beaches; find an isolated anchorage around the island for a relaxing swim. Overnight.

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Bahamas Charter Itinerary: Out Islands2018-10-28T19:43:01-04:00

The Exuma Islands: Nassau to Nassau

2019-04-19T15:31:57-04:00

Atlantis In Bahamas

Nassau

Join your yacht in the capital city of Nassau to cruise 34 miles to another world. There are more than 700 islands in The Bahamas, with the Exuma chain reaching south at least 120 miles.  Arrive at the Allen’s Cay group of islands to explore nearby beaches and to meet the large population of protected native iguanas on Leaf Cay or Southwest Allan’s Cay, which always comes out to greet visitors. Good snorkeling and fishing surround this collection of some 13 small islands and reefs.

In the morning cruise to uninhabited Hawksbill Cay, on of the prettiest cays in the Land and Sea Park.  Walk along the beautiful expanse of beaches and climb the large hill for a panoramic view of the anchorage. In the afternoon hike the trails to explore ruins of Loyalist plantations dating from 1783 and enjoy a picnic lunch.

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The Exuma Islands: Nassau to Nassau2019-04-19T15:31:57-04:00

Itinerary; Bahamas Yacht Charters out of Harbour Island

2020-03-27T11:25:19-04:00

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Harbour Island, Bahamas

Charter a yacht choosing from one of the many private yachts for charter in the Bahamas, and enjoy a luxury yacht charter out of Harbour Island. The yacht charter cruise area around Harbour Island, including Spanish Wells, is the heart of the Colonial Bahamas era, as this was the first area that Europeans settled in the Bahamas by sailing from Bermuda in search of religious freedom. In fact the largest island anchoring the area is Eleuthera, which is the Greek word for freedom. This is a luxury yacht cruising area where not only will you enjoy the beautiful crystal clear waters for snorkeling and scuba diving, and the unique pink sand beaches for which this area is famous, but you can also explore villages and see excellent examples of Bahamian Colonial architecture. Most of the crewed yachts for rent in the Bahamas are motor yachts due to the shallow waters, and there is a very nice selection available for your yacht charter.

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Itinerary; Bahamas Yacht Charters out of Harbour Island2020-03-27T11:25:19-04:00

Beautiful Harbour Island, Bahamas on Yacht Charter

2018-10-29T18:13:31-04:00

Harbor Island, Bahamas, VIP Yacht Charter

Harbor Island, Bahamas

To see true pink sand on your crewed yacht charter in the Bahamas, be sure to include Harbour Island, rated one of the Best Beaches in the Bahamas by many travel advisors. There are over 3.5 miles of beautiful pink sand beaches, which you may have, in certain locations, all to yourself. The pink sand beaches are found along the east side of the island and are colored by coral bits and small shells from the coral reef right offshore. Harbour Island was one of the first stops in the colonization of the Bahamas by the Europeans, and has always been prized as a vacation location. In the late 1700’s, Harbour Island was the location of summer residence of John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, Governor of the Bahamas from 1786 to 1798. Harbour Island has always rated as a terrific location in the Bahamas to stop while on a crewed yacht charter in the Bahamian Out Islands

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Beautiful Harbour Island, Bahamas on Yacht Charter2018-10-29T18:13:31-04:00

Bahamas Out Islands; Which Ones to visit?

2019-04-19T15:34:48-04:00


Video of the Bahamas Out Islands

The Abacos, Acklins and Crooked Island, Andros, The Berry Islands, Bimini, Cat Island, Eleuthera and Harbour Island, the Exumas, Inagua, Long Island, Mayaguana, Run Cay and San Salvador are all very different; what they have in common is that they are all part of the Bahamas Out Islands. The Bahamas Out Islands are a fabulous yacht charter location especially to relax with peace and quiet floating on crystal clear waters with miles of pristine pink sand beaches, and shallow waters all around for swimming, snorkeling or other water sports. (more…)

Bahamas Out Islands; Which Ones to visit?2019-04-19T15:34:48-04:00
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