Escape to the beach paradise of the Bahamas
The Bahamas is made up of roughly 700 islands in the South Atlantic Ocean. This heavenly archipelago is easy to reach with plenty of international and smaller airports.
Lined with endless white beaches, the Bahamas offer the perfect opportunity to escape daily life and reconnect with the beauty of nature.
The Bahamas have almost become our second home. Our skippers are happy to show you sights and experiences that you won't find in any travel brochure. The Bahamas is full of hidden wonders, and we also discover something new every time.
We're not interested in mass tourism, so it's important to us to have only smaller groups on board our yachts. An unforgettable two-week adventure with good company in one of the most beautiful places on Earth awaits you.
|What:||14 days of sailing with a 45 foot catamaran|
|Where:||Port of embarkation is Marsh Harbour, Abacos, Bahamas|
|Yacht:||Lagoon 450, manufactured 2013, 4+2 cabins, 4 washrooms|
|Arrival:||Marsh Harbour Airport (MHH). There are two options. Travel to Marsh Harbour either from Nassau, capital city of the Bahamas, or from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, by propeller plane. From the airport it's about 10 minutes by taxi to the Conch Inn Hotel & Marina at the port.|
Charter incl. captain (skipper) Price per person per week 1770.00
The following expenses are not included in the price:
Sailing training and confirmation of sea miles is possible at any time upon consultation.
Subject to change.
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DAY 1: Marsh Harbour.
The third largest settlement in The Bahamas, Marsh Harbour is the commercial hub for the Abacos.
With an airport served by international flights and a ferry service which allows island hopping the
Abacos Cays. Visit the Neem farm and the Abaco National Park which features blue holes and the
DAY 2: Treasure Cay.
Adorned with a stunning three and half mile-long white sand beach with a beautiful backdrop of
turquoise blueocean. Treasure Cay is a small island resort destination with a full-service marina, golf
course, water sports and beach service.
DAY 3: Coopers Town.
As you reach the village of Coopers Town, you won’t tire of the turquoise waters and beautiful islands.
Once on shore, take the opportunity to run any errands as the village offers several grocery stores and
DAY 4: Green Turtle Cay.
Home to a population of around 450, New Plymouth is the main settlement on the island where you
will find the Albert Lowe Museum and Loyalist Heritage Sculpture Garden. Tour New Plymouth
historical village, a small, sleepy 18th century village by the sea, with several restaurants, galleries,
and gift shops, a museum and a few historical sites. The architecture of the older homes that make up
much of the village is largely unique to the Bahamas.
Green Turtle Cay has some great diving and snorkeling sites along its outer reef. A fantastic base for
discovering the Abacos unique marine life, it is within close proximity to the stingrays and sharks found
at Manjack Cay as well as the swimming pigs of No Name Cay.
DAY 5: Great Guana Cay.
Beautiful beaches, a picturesque settlement, spectacular sunsets and world-class sailing are the
highlights of Great Guana Cay. Nippers Beach Bar and Grill is a renowned beach hangout, particularly
on Sundays when they have their pig roast buffet.
DAY 6: Hope Town & Elbow Cay
Settled by British Loyalists in 1785, the quaint Hope Town has a unique history and picturesque
architecture like no other in the Abaco. Overlooked by the red and white stripes of the Elbow Reef
Lighthouse, Hope Town is best explored on foot.
DAY 7: Lubbers Quarters.
This gorgeous out-island located between Great Abaco and Elbow Cay offers protected
shores and close proximity to deep water making it a sailing and fishing paradise.
DAY 8: Abaco National Park.
Established in 1994, this National Park, comprising 20,500 acres of pine forest in Southern
Abaco, has been designated a preservation area by the Bahamas Government and is
managed by The Bahamas National Trust. Included are 5,000 acres of pine forest, the nesting
area and habitat of about 1000 endangered Abaco Parrots.
DAY 9: Little Harbour.
Enjoy a secluded anchorage at Little Harbour surrounded by the natural bounty of the beach
and the caves on the west shore. Other highlights include renown Pete’s pub and the
Johnston’s foundry. Take a tour of Pete’s Pub Gallery and Bronze Sculpture Foundry, a
classic beach restaurant/pub and only working sculpture foundry in the Bahamas. They are
world famous for nature and oceanic inspired large sculptures, jewellery and much more.
Take a dip in the beautiful warm waters, while relaxing on the beach sip on a “blaster,” their
house specialty drink, which has multiple rums, fruit juices and a secret ingredient that gives it
a little extra spice. The waters of Little Harbour will bring you back to a time when The
Bahamas remained an undiscovered paradise.
DAY 10: Marsh Harbour.
The third largest settlement in The Bahamas, Marsh Harbour is the commercial hub for the
Abacos. With an airport served by international flights and a ferry service which allows island
hopping the Abacos Cays. Visit the Neem farm and the Abaco National Park which features blue holes and the Abaco Parro.
United Airlines (Orbitz reservation)
Orlando Intl. (MCO) - Marsh Harbour (MHH)$ 335.00Edelweiss Airlines:
Orlando Intern.Apt. (MCO) - Zürich (ZRH)
|Outbound flight||Departure:||Arrival:||Sample price:|
Zürich (ZRH) - Orlando Intl. Airport (MCO)
|United Airlines (Orbitz reservation)
Marsh Harbour (MHH) - Orlando Intl. (MCO)