Eleuthera forms part of the Great Bahama Bank on its western edge. Its eastern coastline faces the Atlantic Ocean. The main island lies 50 miles east of Nassau. Long and thin, 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 is actually two islands, North Eleuthera and South Eleuthera.
In Eleuthera, the summers are hot, humid, wet, and mostly cloudy. The winters are comfortable, humid, windy, and mostly clear. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 66°F to 90°F and is rarely below 59°F or above 92°F.
Eleuthera: Things to see and do
- Spend a day at one or more beautiful beaches. Choose from French Leave Beach, Surfer’s Beach, Ten Bay Beach, Ocean Hole
- See turtles at Edwin’s Turtle Lake Marine Reserve.
- Visit the Glass Window Bridge. The Island forms a border between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Ocean, and on the Glass Window Bridge Eleuthera Bahamas, you will have the chance to view the thin line of land between the dark blue Atlantic waters and the turquoise waters of the Bahamas.
- Visit a pineapple farm. Eleuthera is the agricultural center for the Bahamas. Pineapples are the most popular crop.
Cape Eleuthera Bahamas Marina:- Between Exuma Sound and Rock Sound. Accommodating vessels up to 200’ LOA and features full utilities, free Wi-Fi, and a deep draft 12′ MLW entry at a straight 90° angle.
Davis Harbour Marina at Cotton Bay Club has a protected harbor, 24 slips, night-time security, Frigates Bar & Grille, local charter boat captains, Wi-Fi, Captains Lounge with DirectTV, ice, laundry, shower facilities, business center, fuel (gasoline and fast pump diesel), electric – 30 & 50 AMP 3-Phase Power, RO water, concierge, provisioning, mail services.