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Yacht Charter in the Bahamas

The Bahamas are a collection of 29 islands and dozens more islets located in the Atlantic Ocean north of Cuba. The islands cover a land area of more than 5,300 square miles, and boast between them many hundreds of miles of white sandy beaches. The Bahamas have been a popular destination for yacht charter for decades. The islands are also a favorite destination for dive enthusiasts as it boasts the world’s third largest barrier reef system. The majority of the country’s 330,000 population live on New Providence island, which is home to the capital Nassau. Other popular destinations include Grand Bahama, the largest island, Eleuthera and Harbour Island, the Exumas and the Abacos.

In addition to being popular among dive enthusiasts and those looking to relax on white-sand beaches, the Bahamas are a popular destination for nature lovers. The island of Nassau Paradise is a regular point of embarkment for a yacht charter holiday and is also home to the Bahamian Dragon, which is a type of endangered iguana. Shroud Cay is also a haven for nature lovers and houses a wide variety of species including; crawfish and sea turtles, which swim gracefully in their natural habitat.

The usual calm waters of the Caribbean ensure that guests can test the waters on their yacht toys during a yacht charter of the Bahamas. The clear waters are perfect viewing whether guests are interested in testing the water with a seabob, or checking out the aforementioned wildlife with your onboard snorkeling gear.

Nightlife is varied in the Bahamas with several of the islands and port destinations offering their own yacht clubs such as Farmer’s Cay Yacht Club and Fowl Cay Yacht Club in Exuma. Those seeking late night entertainment may also be tempted by Atlantis, Paradise Island which has a luxury resort with a waterpark and casinos.

The Bahamas is a beautiful destination for a yacht charter, with its turquoise waters and white-sand beaches. The islands offer the opportunity to relax in a paradise on earth, so it is little wonder that they have been such a popular charter destination for decades.