Bahamas charter itineraries can take you to places in more than 100,000 square miles and over more than 600. It stretched from Grand Bahama to Acklins Island in the south, just north of the Turks and Caicos. Of course, you won’t have enough time to see everything in a week or two!
Needless to say, you can spend years cruising the islands and cays of the Bahamas.
The Bahamas | Things to do
- For nightlife, Nassau and Paradise Island offer glittering excitement
- Quiet morning swims or afternoon kayaking on countless secluded beaches and anchorages throughout the Bahamas
- For unique experiences, how about swimming with the sharks at Compass Cay or with the pigs at Big Major Cay?
- Make use of the variety of water toys on your yacht.
Places to see
There are lots to see in the Bahamas, both above the water and below.
- Colorful coral reefs and shipwrecks as you scuba or snorkel
- Nassau straw market
- Marine habitat at Atlantis on Paradise Island
The better-known Bahamas charter itineraries are The Abacos Islands, the Exuma Island Chain, and a combination of the Exumas and Eleuthera. Each area is unique with its appeal. Currently, The Exumas are the most popular charter area in the Bahamas. Most motor-yacht charters depart from Nassau, either doing a round-trip or a one-way ending in Norman, Staniel Cay, or Georgetown, Great Exuma. This area offers sand banks for picnics, private islands for your exclusive use, and a few settlements or villages.
For the more active clients who charter a fast boat, visiting Harbour Island, Spanish Wells, and Eleuthera from Nassau is an alternative. The Abacos is an alternative for those seeking more local interaction with beaches, fishing, bars, restaurants, and resorts. Weather permitting and planning; you can choose the right experience for your party. Enjoy the sample itineraries.