Explore sheltered harbours, easy sailing areas, and deserted islands
About this program
This is a 7 day sailing trip starting and ending in Marsh Harbour.
Please note that all restaurants and activities listed are only suggestions, and are not included in the price. The trip can be changed according to your wishes, meaning stops can be added or removed.
About the route
Starting point: Marsh Harbour
About: If you start from Marsh Harbor, which is a good choice, you have several marinas on your disposal. You will have the chance to explore the heart of the Caribbean.
Bahamas are perfect destination for sailors because of its sheltered harbours and bays, easy sailing areas, and unspoiled islands. There are many territories in the Bahamas where fishing is not allowed and those are perfect spots for diving and snorkeling. Meet the legendary swimming pigs, three-foot iguanas, sea turtles, friendly nurse sharks and the colourful world of fishes from your own private yacht.
Marsh Harbour is a town in Abaco Islands, the third largest in Bahamas. It is also a shipbuilding and commercial center.
Go and sail to Hope Town on Elbow Cay. Hope Town has the picturesque coloured houses typical of the Bahamas.
If you’re looking for an INCREDIBLE place to take the family … THIS IS IT! Totally safe, relaxing, comfortable, and friendly. Over on Man-O-War Cay, there is a long boat building history, and there are still many handmade boats on the island. The island has a small population and a very quaint atmosphere.
One of the best snorkeling places and diving spots in the entire Caribbean. Approximately 150 people live on the island, mostly along the five and a half mile long stretch of beach
Further north, you will reach Green Turtle Cay. This island is named after the turtles than inhabit the area
From Green Turtle Cay you can sail further north to explore some of the uninhabited out islands such as Ambergris Cay, Bonefish Cay, High Cay and Powell Cay
A parcel of land connected to Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas
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Picking a boat type
Picking out the type of boat to go with will generally come down to your budget, the group size, and preferred method of sailing. Moreover, different sailboats available can be chartered independently or with a fully-staffed crew.