Bahamas Yacht Charters

Bahamas yacht charters will take you to one or more of the archipelago’s seven hundred islands and two thousand cays. The Bahamas are in the Atlantic Ocean, southeast of Florida and the United States, north of Cuba, the island of Hispaniola and the Caribbean, and northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands, a British overseas territory. Explore the Exumas and Abacos on your luxury yacht.

One of the World’s Great Cruising Grounds

The nearest island to the United States is just 44 miles from Miami! Not only are the Bahamas one of the most popular destinations in the world, but they are also the most accessible.

Every Bahamas yacht charter arranged by Luxury Yacht Charters allows you to enjoy virtually virgin territory. We only represent the best yachts and crews cruising the Bahamian waters. Therefore, you can be confident that your yacht charter experience will be first-class. Head to our Bahamas catamaran charters for great sailing catamarans.

Whatever you decide to do- enjoying a gourmet meal with freshly-caught fish or taking a refreshing nap on the trade winds caressed sun deck- you won’t forget your Bahamas yacht charter vacation. See below for more information on what to do and see on a yacht charter to the various islands that make up the Bahamas.

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CHAKRA
CHAKRA
19 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 1998 Refit:
Built: 1998
€495,000 /wk 282.00 Ft Power
Amaryllis
Amaryllis
6 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 2011 Refit:
Built: 2011
$770,000 - $875,000 /wk 257.00 Ft Power
ETERNITY
ETERNITY
7 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 2010 Refit:
Built: 2010
$390,000 /wk 213.00 Ft Power
TOP FIVE II
TOP FIVE II
6 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 2021 Refit:
Built: 2021
$550,000 - $600,000 /wk 200.00 Ft Power
STARSHIP 185'
Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
STARSHIP 185'
6 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 2001 Refit:
Built: 2001
$275,000 - $315,000 /wk 185.00 Ft Power
LIMITLESS
LIMITLESS
13 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 2011 Refit:
Built: 2011
€73,500 - €93,500 /wk 183.00 Ft Power
STARFIRE
STARFIRE
6 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 1997 Refit:
Built: 1997
$248,000 - $288,000 /wk 178.00 Ft Power
DB9
DB9
5 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 2010 Refit:
Built: 2010
$250,000 - $275,000 /wk 171.00 Ft Power
ASPEN ALTERNATIVE
ASPEN ALTERNATIVE
5 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 2010 Refit:
Built: 2010
$199,000 - $220,000 /wk 164.00 Ft Power

Abacos Islands Yacht Charter

Abacos Islands Yacht Charter
The Abaco Islands, Bahamas, were once the home of swashbuckling pirates and the native Arawak people. Today, it is one of the world's great cruising grounds. Visitors come from all corners of the world to find warm sun and the most beautiful turquoise waters. Although sailing, fishing, and water sports are all popular in the Abacos island chain, visitors worldwide are drawn to the area not just because of the sea. By land, visit lovely colonial towns, championship golf courses, and countless bars, restaurants, and resorts. An Abacos Islands yacht charter is certainly a great way to explore this incredible destination. Treasure Cay Beach, Abacos The Arawak people initially settled on these islands. The laid-back islands are known for snorkeling, diving, fishing, and stunning beaches. The picturesque small towns will charm you with the hospitality and genuine friendliness of the native people. Whether you explore or relax, you will make...

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Berry Islands Bahamas-Yacht Charter

Berry Islands Bahamas-Yacht Charter
When it comes to your next getaway, consider a Berry Islands Bahamas-yacht charter. The Berry Islands of the Bahamas are an archipelago of 30 islands and cays in the Caribbean Sea. With its pristine coral reefs, turquoise waters, and lush green vegetation, the Berry Islands offer a one-of-a-kind yacht charter experience. These islands provide the perfect backdrop for sailing, snorkeling, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Berry Islands The main islands are, from north to south, Great Stirrup Cay, Cistern Cay, Great Harbour Cay, Anderson Cay, Haines Cay, Hoffmans Cay, Bond's Cay, Sandy Cay, Whale Cay, and Chub Cay. The Berry Islands are so secluded they are only accessible by boat or private plane. There are two main settlements here: Great Harbour to the north and Chub Cay to the south; each has private airstrips and marina facilities. Berry Islands Bahamas | Weather The summers are hot, humid, wet, and mostly cloudy. The...

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Bimini Islands Bahamas

Bimini Islands Bahamas
Bimini is the westernmost district of the Bahamas, consisting of two main islands — North and South — and numerous cays. It is the closest Bahamian island to Florida, and, like the Abacos, it is well known for deep-sea fishing. A Bimini Islands Yacht Charter takes you to some of the most beautiful waters in the world. Conch The Bimini Islands offer you a laid-back vibe and plenty of opportunities to be as active or relaxed as you'd like. Weather The Bimini Islands' summers are hot, humid, wet, and mostly cloudy. The winters are comfortable, humid, windy, and mostly clear. Over the year, the temperature varies from 67°F to 88°F, and it is rarely below 57°F or above 91°F. Bimini Islands | Things to see and do See the Sapona Shipwreck. The SS Sapona was a concrete-hulled cargo steamer that ran aground near the Bimini Islands during a storm in...

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Eleuthera

Eleuthera
Eleuthera forms part of the Great Bahama Bank on its western edge, and its eastern coastline faces the Atlantic Ocean. The main Island lies 50 miles east of Nassau, and it is a long, thin island, one hundred and ten miles long and just over one mile wide at its narrowest. Beautiful pink sand beaches and a relaxed atmosphere make this a wonderful place to visit. Eleuthera Interesting Facts About Eleuthera Eleuthera is two islands, North Eleuthera and South Eleuthera. The islands started as coral reefs. In 1648, a group of Puritans sailed to Eleuthera for religious freedom. "Eleuthera" originates from the Greek word "eleuthero," which means freedom.  Weather The summers in the Bahamas are hot, humid, wet, and mostly cloudy. The winters are comfortable, humid, windy, and mostly clear. Over the year, the temperature typically varies from 66°F to 90°F and is rarely below 59°F or above 92°F. Eleuthera:...

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Exuma Islands Yacht Charters

Exuma Islands Yacht Charters
The Exumas are an archipelago of 365 cays and islands, beginning 35 miles southeast of Nassau. This pristine area is a perfect destination for your Exuma Islands yacht charter. The islands are divided into three major areas—Great Exuma, Little Exuma, and The Exuma Cays. Each area is unique. There is no doubt that Exuma, Bahamas, is the ideal spot for a yacht charter. The largest of the cays is Great Exuma, 37 miles long, and joined to another island, Little Exuma, by a small bridge. The capital and largest town in the district is George Town. Near the town, but on Little Exuma, the Tropic of Cancer runs across Pelican Beach (also known as Tropic of Cancer Beach). The island chain is 130 miles long and 72 square miles in area. Great Exuma Island has an area of 61 square miles, while Little Exuma has an area of 11 square...

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Harbour Island and Spanish Wells

Harbour Island and Spanish Wells
Harbour Island lies just northwest of Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas. A yacht charter to this tiny island will take you away from tourist crowds and the hectic pace of everyday life. Only three and a half miles long and half a mile wide, Harbour Island, is known for its gorgeous pink sand beaches. Although it is a tiny island, the main village, Dunmore Town, was once the capital of the Bahamas. A visit to Harbour Islands and Spanish Wells can be combined with the northern Exuma Islands. More so if you are chartering for ten nights. Harbour Island and Exuma Charter Itinerary. Spanish Wells is on the island of St. George's Cay, off the northern point of Eleuthera. It is a small, dry town where everyone knows everyone. Weather The weather on Harbour Island is lovely. Average high temperatures are in the mid-70s and 80s, and lows are in...

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Nassau, New-Providence, Bahamas

Nassau, New-Providence, Bahamas
Nassau, New-Providence, Bahamas, is the bustling capital city of the Bahamas. This tropical destination attracts vacationers from all parts of the world. Paradise Island sits just offshore from the island of New Providence, and two bridges connect to the city of Nassau over Nassau Harbour. Paradise Island is overflowing with tropical charm, resorts, hotels, restaurants, shops, nightlife, a golf course, an aquarium, and a casino. Of course, there are plenty of beaches to explore. The majority of the Exuma Yacht charters start from Nassau. Either they are doing a round-trip itinerary or one-way ending at Norman Cay or Staniel Cay or Georgetown, Great Exuma. Motor yacht SWEET ESCAPE in Paradise Island, Nassau. Nassau: Things to see and do Outdoor activities abound in Nassau and Paradise Island. Take a bike tour, an ATV tour, or go jet skiing. Visit historical sites like The Queens Staircase. Enslaved people built this limestone staircase...

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Bahamas Climate and Weather

The temperatures in most of the Bahamas linger between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit, thanks to the constant gentle trade winds. Summers are hot, with temperatures from 80 to 90 degrees with higher humidity. And the rainy season runs from June to November.

Although some days are wet and grey in the rainy season, showers usually pass quickly. The island has over 300 days of sunshine each year. The Bahamas are a great all-year-round destination for luxury yacht charter vacations. In fact, the Bahamas are one of the best spring break destinations. The winter months provide abundant sunshine, cooler nights, and lower rain chances.

Bahamas Yacht Charters | Things to see and do

There's an endless variety of activities in the Bahamas. For instance, you may want to spend time exploring a quiet beach. Or, you may want to do something more active, like fishing, biking, golfing, snorkeling, or diving. Whatever you choose to do, you are guaranteed to enjoy gorgeous scenery at every turn.

Exuma Cays

The Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park is an archipelago located in central Exuma, Bahamas. These cays are one of two locations where swimming with dolphins is permitted in The Bahamas. The park also has a variety of other activities to enjoy including hiking, kayaking, and snorkeling. On an Exuma to Harbour Island Itinerary, you'll make a stop at this beautiful park.

Enjoy the stunning views of turquoise waters and white sand beaches as you sail the crystal clear waters on your private Bahamas yacht charter. Explore George Town, the capital city of the Bahamas, and its many attractions, including historic sites and tasty seafood restaurants. One of the most popular attractions in the Bahamas is swimming with the pigs at Big Major Cay. Visit the incredible marine life just below the surface of the water by snorkeling or scuba diving. The Exumas are a wonderful place to charter for those who enjoy water toys.

Staniel Cay

Check out Staniel Cay, a tiny island off Great Exuma Island that boasts shops, restaurants, and hotels. It's only accessible by boat or plane, so you'll need your yacht charter from Nassau if you want to visit.

New Providence Island

In addition, we recommend visiting New Providence Island. With its cosmopolitan vibe, it's one of our favorite places in The Bahamas! There's much to see and do, from browsing the local markets to exploring historical sites like Fort Charlotte. And, of course, you can't forget to taste the delicious local cuisine and rum while visiting!

Moreover, you can visit one of many nature preserves or learn about local history at a museum. Nassau is also home to Fort Fincastle, built by British soldiers in 1793. Birdwatchers will enjoy spotting the flamingos and other native species that call this park home.

Bahamas Yacht Charters | History

Christopher Columbus first made landfall in the Bahamas in 1492, when he encountered a subgroup of Arawakan-speaking Taino people. These native inhabitants were known as the Lucayans and are believed to be the first inhabitants of the Bahamas. After the Spanish conquest, the British began to settle the islands in 1647. The Bahamas gained independence from Britain in 1973, but the British government retained responsibility for defense and foreign affairs. Thus, many Bahamians have ties to Britain, and there are political parties supporting secession from the Commonwealth of Nations.

Ninety percent of its visitors come from the United States. About one-third of the population lives in Nassau or within 25 miles of Nassau. Manufacturing accounts for a significant part of the economy, producing clothing and other goods such as cigarettes, paintbrushes, plastics, furniture, aluminum foil, toys, shoes, and clothing.

Bahamas Yacht Charters | Marinas

There are marinas on nearly every significant island. Some marinas include Bay Street Marina, Albany Marina, Lyford Cay Club Marina, Palm Cay Marina in Nassau, Emerald Bay Marina in Great Exuma, Port Lucaya Marina in Freeport, and Highbourne Cay Marina in Highbourne Cay. The new Norman Cay Marina recently opened in the Exumas.

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