The Bahamas

The Bahamas have never lost their magical aura over the years, and travelers come home with stories of snow-white beaches, crystal clear waters and swaying palms. Some tourists never get beyond the cruise ships and resorts, while the area is home to so many tranquil paradises, with hidden harbors and dormant coastal cities.

Charter a yacht in Bahamas

The Bahamas is an island group in the North Atlantic Ocean. It is an English-speaking, independent country in the Caribbean. An archipelago of 700 islands and 2000 sandbanks together form the Bahamas. It is located east of the US state of Florida, north of Cuba and Haiti, and west of the British Turks and Caicos Islands. Of all islands, only 30 to 40 are inhabited, these houses have a total of more than 300,000 inhabitants. The underwater world in the Bahamas is beautiful and very diverse. If you want to rent a catamaran or sailboat in the Bahamas, it is highly recommended that you have snorkeling equipment on board. Here you can find many predatory fish, including many species of sharks. The many sandy bottoms, coral reefs, mangrove forests and the warm Gulf Stream make it an ideal habitat for many fish species. The two main cities in the Bahamas are Nassau, the capital, and Freeport. About 75 percent of the population lives in these two cities. The so-called Abaco Islands with the main islands Great Abaco and Little Abaco are a real sailing paradise due to the flat islands and the numerous bays. From north to south you can enjoy the sparkling water along the 130 nautical miles and anchor on countless white, pristine sandy beaches. The marinas on the Abaco Islands are a short distance from each other and have good facilities. Many well-known islands such as Elbow Cay, Green Turtle Cay or Man-O-War Cay have marinas with excellent service that will enhance your experience on a sailing holiday. The Abaco Islands are separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a large coral reef, therefore the sailing area is quiet and protected.

Day 1

Nassau

Starting in Nassau we will move to Paradise island. Its name tells you everything. It’s 685 acres of pure euphoria, developed almost exclusively to delight and accommodate visitors. The island boasts resorts, hotels, restaurants, shops, nightlife, a golf course, an aquarium and a casino.

Day 2

Spanish wells

Once arrived at the Port the yacht will be ready to take of and go to the first location which is Spanish Wells, a small Island separated from the Eleuthera island. Spanish Wells Beach is a beautiful beach known for its soft sands and peaceful ambiance. Or maybe something a little more original like swimming with pigs in the clear blue water.

Day 3

Cat island

Pristine is the perfect word to describe Cat Island. From the weather to the water to the sand, every inch is breathtaking. Its untouched landscape is perfect for those looking to explore the island’s natural beauty, while its laid-back environment provides a unique destination to relax and unwind. And with 50 miles of rolling hills, endless nature trails and the eight-mile Pink Sand Beach, you can choose to do everything or absolutely nothing at all.

Day 4

Exumas

Known for its long line of small islands and swimming piglets. With sapphire-blue water everywhere, The Exumas are an exotic collection of dream destinations. Footprint-free beaches, ultra-exclusive resorts, and islands fit for celebrities make this tropical paradise an absolute gem. Here, nature outnumbers man, coastlines remain flawless. The Exumas truly are the ultimate escape. We can make our stop at George town for some local cuisine.

Day 5

Andros

All the Bahamian islands boast abundant natural attractions. But Andros—the largest, yet most sparsely developed of all The Bahamas—is king when it comes to exceptional natural surroundings. Here, you’ll find the world’s third-largest fringing barrier reef, mesmerizing blue holes that some say are home to the mythical creature Lusca, the Tongue of the Ocean (a mile-deep abyss teeming with vibrant marine life) and numerous species of flora and fauna.

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Yachts for charter in the Bahamas

At Last

Previously called Lady Joy, the luxury motor yacht At Last measures 145 feet in length. The brainchild of Heesen in 1990, the yacht later underwent a two-year refit in 2009, and later, an interior refit in 2017.

5

Cabins

11

Guests

43.92m

Yacht length

$ 120,000

Week price starts from

Alexandra Jane

Yacht ALEXANDRA JANE (previously Kelly Anne) was built by Broward Marine in 1995 and is 110’ in length. She underwent a refit in 2017, and boasts generous deck areas, making her perfect for a relaxing and entertaining Bahamas charter.

5

Cabins

10

Guests

33.53m

Yacht length

$ 54,900

Week price starts from

Big Sky

Built in 2010 by Australian yacht builder Oceanfast, Yacht BIG SKY is a 157’ super yacht, which underwent a multi-million-dollar refit in 2018.

5

Cabins

11

Guests

48.01m

Yacht length

$ 160,000

Week price starts from

Unbridled

Unbridled is a 116′ Crescent motor yacht. The yacht was built in 1995 and had two refits, an extensive one in 2015 and one in 2018.

4

Cabins

8

Guests

35.36m

Yacht length

$ 60,000

Week price starts from

Bella Contessa

BELLA CONTESSA is a 112-foot motor yacht built by Lazzara in 2004. Her exterior design, engineering package and interior design are the work of Lazzara’s in-house team.

5

Cabins

12

Guests

34.14m

Yacht length

$ 54,900

Week price starts from

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