Welcome to the Bahamas, a coral-based archipelago that extends over 500 miles southeastward from the coast of Florida and is surrounded by the clearest and most vivid waters in the world. Here you will find over 700 islands including uninhabited cays and miles of white sandy beaches that stretch over 100,000 square miles in the turquoise blue waters of the western atlantic ocean. It’s the calm waters that have rightfully earned the Bahamas an international reputation for boating.

Abaco Cays
Anticipate incredible snorkeling and scuba diving sites with outstanding visibility. Expect white sandy beaches with crystal clear water. Anglers can pursue bonefishing off their catamaran in any season or go after marlin, tuna, wahoo or sailfish when in season. There are ample opportunities for watersport fans. Most destinations have restaurants and bars offering excellent Bahamian cuisine. Shopping is available with locally made handcrafts. There is fun to explore with the entire family. The Bahamian Settlements on these Cays are definitely one of a kind. They are very much worth exploring, but only in golf carts as there are no cars. Drive through the Abaco forest and stumble upon the one of a kind hole-in-the-wall lighthouse. There is so much that Abaco offers, you have to experience it for yourself.

Exuma Cays
The Exuma Islands are a string of islands and cays that form a pearl necklace of long forgotten hideaways, natural harbors and secluded beaches, that span over a hundred miles of clear blue water. The islands are a popular spot for yachting, diving, coral reef and cave exploring. The cruising grounds around the Exuma Cays are among the finest in the Western Hemisphere. Beneath the surface are exquisite coral formations alive with brilliant darting schools of fish. A mask and snorkel will allow you to spend hours watching the exotic other world that lies beneath you. The Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park can be found within these cays for you nature lovers. To give your trip a little more excitement you can even swim with the pigs. Explore the sunken planes which play a big role as a home for many exotic fish and coral. On land you can feed the iguanas, take a tour to see the extravagant celebrity houses, or grab a bite to eat at a local restaurant which offers tasteful local cuisine.

Exuma Cays
The Exuma Islands are a string of islands and cays that form a pearl necklace of long forgotten hideaways, natural harbors and secluded beaches, that span over a hundred miles of clear blue water. The islands are a popular spot for yachting, diving, coral reef and cave exploring. The cruising grounds around the Exuma Cays are among the finest in the Western Hemisphere. Beneath the surface are exquisite coral formations alive with brilliant darting schools of fish. A mask and snorkel will allow you to spend hours watching the exotic other world that lies beneath you. The Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park can be found within these cays for you nature lovers. To give your trip a little more excitement you can even swim with the pigs. Explore the sunken planes which play a big role as a home for many exotic fish and coral. On land you can feed the iguanas, take a tour to see the extravagant celebrity houses, or grab a bite to eat at a local restaurant which offers tasteful local cuisine.

Nassau
Why not stay here in Nassau for a few days before or after your charter. Here you will find well-preserved colonial buildings, exciting attractions, duty free shopping, one of the largest straw markets in the Caribbean, thrilling land and sea sports, pristine beaches, delightful cuisine and unique cultural activities. Linked to Nassau by bridge is the famed Paradise Island–home to luxurious beaches, a world class golf course, the most plush hotels in the Caribbean, gigantic casinos and of course world class entertainment. Our “Fish Fry” is a strip of local restaurants offering fresh conch salad, fried fish, conch fritters and many more delicious, mouth watering meals. Or stop by Senor Frogs for a true Mexican experience, with great food, drinks and lots of entertainment for the entire family. Just ask one of our specialists and we will be more than happy to assist you with your stay in Nassau.