Nasssau to Nassau Bahamas Charter Itinerary
Charter Yachts Sample Itinerary
Please see below a Sample Nassau to Nassau, Bahamas Itinerary. This itinerary show highlights of attractions and activities available on your yacht charter. You may customize your trip to match your preferences. Contact Us for personal service and knowledge of this charter itinerary.
Bahamas Sample Itinerary
Nassau to Nassau
New Providence: Nassau/Paradise Island is the place to start, boarding at the Marina at Atlantis. During the course of settling in, the tour of the underwater grottos should not be missed. This is the place for anyone wanting to swim with the dolphins and sting rays or catch a round of golf. Once every one and all the luggage is on board, we can set course for Allen's Cay and Highbourne Cay. After a three to four hour trip across the banks of crystal clear water, we will anchor off Allen's Cay. There we can go ashore and visit the very large population of rather large iguanas. If that is not to the liking then just a hike on Highbourne to "The Spring" and the beaches is a good leg stretch. Play in the water in this area all day and do the night trip across to the south end of Eleuthera Island.
Eleuthera Island: The south end of Eleuthera is protected from the Atlantic, should there be any waves. The diving and swimming are fantastic. This is one of my favorite spots.
Little San Salvador and Cat Island: We start by going for a walk on the beach. I'll bet five bucks that your footprints will be the only ones on the beach. Cal Island is just a short fishing trip away. Maybe we can catch some dolphin or tuna for dinner. There are no restrictions in this area for water sports. All the toys!
Conception Island: Beaches, snorkeling, and a trip to the interior of the island where the waters are filling the estuary with small sharks and rays as we swim along with them.
Rum Cay: More of the same, great beaches and water. The trip here should include some fishing, either en-route or as part of the day.
Great Exuma: The Big Island and home to the new Four seasons "Emerald Bay Resort", in case someone has to get in a game of tennis or golf, (two things we do not have room for on board); however, a game of beach cricket could be put together. Possible night life here at the "Peace and Plenty". For beach shack and volley ball action, it would be across the bay at the "Chat and Chill".
Adderly and Rudder Cuts are two spots we could visit for some drift snorkel trips because it is one of the few places on earth to see some truly prehistoric marine life. The "stramatolites" are the calcium carbonate structures created by cyano bacteria. Very interesting.
Staniel Cay (Thunderball Grotto), Fowl Cay, Big Majors Spot (Piggy Beach), and Little Sampson Cay are all in the same 5 kilometer circle and a must do. The Staniel Cay Yacht Club is the place to be at Happy Hour for the shark feeding.
Warderwick Wells, Exuma Land and Sea Park: A large preserve where the wave runners may have limited use, but there is so much else to see and enjoy.
Shroud Cay, Normans Cay: Tour of the Shroud Cay beaches and "Look Out Hill" from where the DEA agents would keep tabs on Carlos Lederer and his gang of smugglers would run their operations from. Whether the travel is by big boat or small boat, it is very easy to get around these islands. Maybe we will do both. At the end of the day, we should cruise back to make sure we are at the dock for the next day. If we make it early, then the dancing crowd can hit the casino at Atlantis.
Departure day from Nassau: Depending on departure times, there is no shortage of entertainment here prior to departure.
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