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The Bahamas

7-Day Adventure in the Abacos

Embark on a 7-day yacht charter across the Abacos Islands and uncover hidden beaches and forgotten lands. Immerse yourself in a relaxing beach adventure, where you can swim with turtles, dolphins, and even pigs. Discover the serene beauty of these islands as you sail through pristine waters and create unforgettable memories in this tropical paradise.

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Elbow Cay

Kick off your Bahamas yacht charter vacation with excitement as you make your first port of call at the 4.5-mile-long Elbow Cay. Exploring the Abacos Islands wouldn't be complete without a visit to this charming island.


A highlight of Elbow Cay is the world-famous, candy-striped lighthouse. Soaring at 89 feet tall, the Elbow Reef Lighthouse stands as one of the last manually operated lighthouses globally. A delightful visit awaits, and the climb up its 101 steps to the top offers not only panoramic views but also a chance to stretch your legs.


After marveling at the most iconic landmark in the Abacos Islands, your next destination is the charming Hope Town. Enjoyable for all ages, Hope Town buzzes with life, ensuring entertainment throughout the day and night.


For a dose of history, venture to the Wyannie Malone Museum and glimpse into 19th-century island life. After enriching your historical knowledge, extend your stay in Hope Town by immersing yourself in the lively nightlife scene, complete with live music and entertainment until the early hours.

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Man-O-War Cay

For history enthusiasts and fishing lovers alike, the often overlooked Man-O-War Cay is an ideal stop offering both. Dive into the past as you discover the island's traditional architecture and explore the exotic marine life in its crystal-clear waters.


Situated north of Great Abaco Island, Man-O-War Cay is a haven for history buffs. Stepping onto the 2-mile long island feels like a journey back in time, with beautifully preserved English Loyalist settlements that remain as dominant today as they were in 1798.


Dive enthusiasts can indulge their passion at the Man-O-War Cay Marina, where guided dives explore the clear waters surrounding the island.


Exploring the island by golf cart or bike, you can immerse yourself in the peace and tranquility of Man-O-War Cay. With the narrowest part of the island a mere 10 meters wide, this destination offers a serene contrast to the bustling Bahamian islands, making it perfect for those who prefer quiet holidays.

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Green Turtle Cay

Green Turtle Bay is a must-stop destination for animal lovers, offering a chance to dive into the deep blue sea and encounter turtles, dolphins, and swordfish. For those with a youthful spirit, Green Turtle Bay fulfills pirate fantasies, creating an atmosphere of adventure and excitement.


Ideal for fishing enthusiasts, Green Turtle Cay becomes your next port of call. In a location where bonefishing is a highly popular sport, you can join the race to catch a record-breaking bonefish, with the current weight to beat set at 17lb 2oz.


Beyond fishing, there are abundant opportunities to witness wildlife in their natural habitats. Diving among the reefs allows you to observe various fish species, while venturing slightly further out may bring encounters with dolphins, tuna, and swordfish.


Green Turtle Cay not only boasts remarkable natural habitats for wildlife but also holds a captivating history with pirates. During the 17th century, pirates utilized marinas on the island, including Coco Bay and Black Sound, for cleaning and repairing their ships. Exploring these marinas offers glimpses into the intriguing remnants of their past.

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Little Harbour

Stroll through the realms of creativity in Little Harbour Bay, where you can purchase gifts, trinkets, and statues from local artists, immersing yourself in the vibrant culture.


Located east of the Abacos mainland, Little Harbour has been a breeding ground for creativity and art since the 1950s. Home to a community of artists, the island boasts life-size bronzes and beautifully handcrafted jewelry that awaits art enthusiasts.


After indulging in unique trinkets and artistic masterpieces, explore the fascinating sites on the island. A must-visit landmark is the Old Lighthouse, its remains offering a poignant sight after the devastation from the 1999 hurricane.


Similar to Green Turtle Cay, pirates left their mark in Little Harbour in small caves, which can be explored at the foot of the cliffs. In the water, venture to the western side of the island to witness porpoises and sea turtles swimming at their leisure. Before bidding farewell to Little Harbour, savor the legendary pirate favorite, rum punch, at Pete's Pub on the beach.

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Great Guana Cay

Great Guana Cay seamlessly combines exuberant nightlife with the relaxation of a beach holiday, offering the best of both worlds. Explore the vibrant reefs and discover the wildlife during the day, then revel in lively nightlife once the sun sets.


Renowned for its 5 and 1/2 mile beach, Great Guana Cay is a remote island with a small population of 150. Despite its size, it has earned the moniker of the "party island." Boasting various nightlife locations, Great Guana Cay is adept at entertaining, serving up delicious rum cocktails for a memorable night out.


Upon arrival on a superyacht charter, you'll be greeted with a plethora of rare, native wildlife. Ideal for animal lovers, the island offers sightings of exotic birds such as the white-crowned pigeon and various breeds of turtles along the beaches.


Venturing into the water, you'll encounter the third-largest Barrier Reef in the world. With stunning staghorn reefs and an abundance of fish species, this underwater paradise is a highlight of the entire excursion to the Bahamas.

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New Plymouth

On the penultimate day of your Abacos charter, return to Green Turtle Cay to explore the charming settlement of New Plymouth. With its picturesque cottages and white picket fences, the scene resembles a picture postcard, evoking the ambiance of New England.


Staying true to the colonial theme, visit The Albert Lowe Museum and the beautiful Memorial Sculpture Garden. Admire carefully crafted bronzes and delve into the local history of the Bahamian islands.


Extend your cultural journey by visiting one of the four churches on the Cay. Hosting more churches than any other Cay in the Bahamas, Green Turtle Cay exudes spiritualism and sanctity among its residents, creating a truly unrivaled atmosphere.

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Treasure Cay

In the final stop on the tour around the Bahamas, Treasure Cay provides the perfect place to unwind and reflect. 


On your last day in the Abacos Islands, there is no other way to end on a high than by visiting Treasure Cay. With the beach being named within National Geographic's Top Ten Beaches there is no other reason needed to relax on the impeccable crescent-shaped coastline.


A liberating activity to undertake whilst on Treasure Cay is to take a stroll around the 18-hole championship golf course. Being the only golf course in the Abacos region this site is highly popular and boasts impressive facilities for all the players.


To finish off your trip to Treasure Cay, indulge in a little more fishing and try to catch your own tuna, snapper, or yellowfin. Followed by some local cocktails you can end your Bahamian vacation in style.

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