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Exumas, Bahamas

Custom Fit Boat Charter Cruising Program

Departure from Palm Cay Marina, Nassau

With one of the world's largest barrier reefs, a quarter of the world's coral lying in the waters and exceptional sailing conditions, a Bahamas sailing itinerary around the Exumas promises an unforgettable sailing vacation. If you wish to explore more of the Exumas chain, you can sail from any one of our bases: Round trip from Nassau to the Exumas, Eleuthera or any other point in the Bahamas, One-way trip from Nassau to Staniel Cay or Georgetown or One-way trip from Staniel Cay or Georgetown to Nassau.

Day of your arrival
Arriving in Nassau in the afternoon. A 35 minutes taxi ride from the airport will bring you to the marina. The team will welcome you and show you your boat. Diner on board and take time to relax and enjoy your first night in Bahamas

Day 2
Sail to Highborne Cay, Exumas (5 hours). Highborne's eight beaches are deserted pieces of paradise, all within walking distance of the marina. Swim, visit the marina, shark watching, dinner on board.

Day 3
Snorkelling and spear-fishing on a beautiful pristine reef, sail to Warderick Well, Exumas Land and Sea Park (4h hours). This is one of the largest protected marine parks in the world, where you will appreciate pristine underwater beauty in its purest form.

Day 4
Visit the Interpretation center, snorkelling, hiking, visit the loyalist plantation ruins, relax on the island's 30 deserted beaches

Day 5
Sail to Shroud Cay (3 hours). Visit and swimming in a mangrove river. Shroud Cay is an uninhabited cay owned by Exuma Park, is an archipelago of cays and rocks surrounding a shallow tidal mangrove salina which serves as a unique nursery for conch, crawfish (lobster), sea turtles, birds and many varieties of fish. The north tidal creek must be explored at idle speed only to avoid disturbing the sea, bird and plant life in this marine nursery.

Day 6
Sail to Norman's Cay (1.5 hours). Dive a plane wreck, the wreckage of a Curtiss C-46 Commando that crashed in shallow water at Norman's Cay during the 1980s. Visit the ruins of the infamous cartel drug trafficker, Carlos Lehder.

Day 7
Return sail to Nassau (6 hours). Visit Paradise Island, the aquariums, window-shopping, "dine-out"

Deaparture Day
Check-out before 10 am, flight home


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