The Berry Islands are closest to Florida and home to some of the most “touristy” spots. They include Bimini and Great Harbour. On the edge of the Grand Bahamas Bank, you will have the sense of being on the world’s largest swimming pool, with crystal clear aqua waters stretching beyond the horizon and beyond. Fishing around the Tongue of the Ocean is world renowned. A stop at the Atlantis Resort (on Nassau’s Paradise Island), with its fantastic water slides through shark infested waters, a world class casino, and nightly entertainment is a great jumping off point for any Bahamas charter itinerary on your Taylor’d Yacht Charters yacht. The huge indoor aquarium in Atlantis will awe children of all ages.
Islands in the Bahamas available for yacht charter:
Quaint Loyalist villages can be explored in the Abacos, the northernmost chain of islands with the town of Marsh Harbour as the center of activity. Pink sand beaches and gingerbread houses are a charming backdrop for amateur photographers to hone their skills. These islands have retained most of their original colonial British flavor. With the ocean on one side and the bay on the other, Hopetown in the Abacos is one of Taylor’d Yacht Charters favorites. Your party can rent a golf cart to explore and drive around this exotic island.
To the south of the Berrys lies the virtually untouched Exuma Islands, known simply as the Exumas. Beginning with Highbourne Cay, the Exumas stretchsouth through some of the most beautiful water in the world. Protected in large part from development by the Exumas Land and Sea Park, these islands would still be recognizable by Columbus. Spend hours kayaking around Staniel Cay or feeding the gargantuan iguanas of Allen’s Cay. Follow the tide on your yacht’s waverunners through the mangrove lined rivers on Shroud Cay. You will end up at one of the most remarkable beaches in the world.
With a wide range of yachts available that can be relocated from their South Florida homeports, the choices for a customized yacht charter by Taylor’d Yacht Charters are plentiful.
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