Bahamas Yacht Charters
There is a reason why the Bahamas are a favorite vacation destination for travelers — and an in-demand location for luxury yacht charters.
With over 700 islands, the Bahamas offer a tremendous diversity of experiences — many of which are only accessible to yacht travelers.
From the lush foliage and colorful fauna to historical architecture, friendly locals, lively nightlife, eclectic cuisine, and brilliant blue sea, teaming with exotic fish and colorful coral, travelers to the Bahamas can expect a vacation filled with beauty, adventure, friendship, history, and fun!
The key to a successful charter is the quality crew. We are completely familiar with each of the vessels we offer for charter. We are here to match your group with the most suitable yacht, so you can have a relaxed, peaceful, and unforgettable yacht charter vacation.
Chartering a luxury yacht gives you the flexibility to set your own agenda and explore the islands you are most interested in seeing. Ask your captain for recommendations about where to visit.
The Best Yacht Vacation Destinations in the Bahamas:
This is a wonderful spot for diving and snorkeling, with gorgeous coral reefs and incredible fishing locations! Only 45 minutes from Miami, Bimini is a lovely island with coastal towns that offer unique shops and white-sand beaches. Be sure to include Bimini on your itinerary.
Explore the Atlantis Resort:
Located on Paradise Island, in Nassau, the Atlantis Resort is a favorite destination for Bahama yacht charters. Easily accessible from any major airport, this lovely resort offers fine dining, a world-renowned casino, and secluded beaches where you can enjoy beachcombing or water sports with your guests.
The historic town of Nassau is a must-visit location for travelers who enjoy world-class restaurants, exciting nightlife, historic architecture, and first-rate entertainment.
The island’s International Airport makes this destination a favorite for travelers from all over the world. Visit the Queen’s Staircase, constructed in the 18th century. Shop in town, and enjoy dinner and a show at the Atlantis Resort.
This bucolic spot offers serenity, relaxation, and a reprieve from the crowd. Spend the afternoon exploring the island’s exotic undersea life when you snorkel or dive the turquoise waters. Visit the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park or the nearby Cambridge Cay.
Your crew will be happy to organize a beach barbeque or picnic for you and your yacht charter guests. You can lie in the sun with a book, or explore the nearby areas on your charter yacht. It’s the ideal location for rest and relaxation.
Grand Bahama Island and Port Lucaya Marina
This world-famous destination is home to numerous restaurants, shops, clubs, and cultural venues. Enjoy all the offerings on land, then head back to your yacht for wonderful snorkeling, fishing, kayaking, and windsurfing.
The water is the perfect temperature all year long. The Old Bahama Bay is an interesting, historic spot to visit.
On Lucaya, you will find the Bahamas National Park, Rand Nature Center, Peterson Cay National Park, and other attractions. The busiest place in the Grand Bahamas is Freeport, where you will discover an abundance of onshore activities, nightlife, and great shopping opportunities!
Abacos & Marsh Harbour
You will love this gorgeous location in the northern Bahamas! Marsh Harbour offers fantastic snorkeling and diving and is the perfect place to enjoy water sports. Be sure to visit the community of Man O’ War Cay, famous for its boat-building history and the Abaco dinghies, built from locally-harvested hardwoods and considered works of art by boat-lovers.
Other lovely towns to visit include Hope Town, Elbow Cay, Lynyard Cay, Sandy Cay, and the north Guana Cay’s shell islands. If you are a golf enthusiast, don’t miss the verdantTreasure Cay Resort—a fun place to meet locals and visitors to the island. The Northern Abacos offer pristine beaches, with beautiful spots for anchorage.
Check out the Turtle Cay, New Plymouth, and Spanish Cay marinas while you are in the area.
Representing 84 percent of the Bahamas archipelago, the Out Islands are considered the “family islands” by Bahamians—many of whom travel to the more touristy areas for work and return home to the untouched serenity at home. These less-populated islands are the perfect getaway when you need an escape from civilization and want to slow the pace of living for a while.
In George Town’s Elizabeth Harbour, you will find private coves on sugary-sand beaches, where you can enjoy watersports and snorkeling without a crowd. The Four Season’s Resort, at Emerald Bay, has a lovely golf course overlooking the sea. Visit San Salvador, where Columbus walked the shores in 1492.
Spend a night in the Rum Cay marina, or take your tender to the Conception Islands to visit the sea turtles and sharks—if you’re feeling bold! Wherever you travel, you can be sure your expert yacht crew will take care of your every need.
Turks and Caicos:
A British colony, Turks and Caicos is made up of seven main islands and 40 smaller islands and mostly uninhabited cays. The islands of Providenciales and Grand Turk are the two most-populated islands and have recently experienced tremendous growth in tourism, with Providenciales being voted the Traveler’s Choice 2015 #”1 Best Island in the World”.
There is an International airport on Providenciales, which provides easy access to Turks and Caicos from anywhere in the world. The climate is perfect for enjoying the sapphire seas, at between 85-90 degrees from June through October and 80 to 84 degrees from November through May.
Enjoy snorkeling through the brilliant coral reefs, deep-sea diving, or whale-watching at Mouchoir of Silver Banks. Dine on local conch, and visit the many historical sites and national parks to learn about the fascinating history and abundant wildlife on the islands.
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