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Bahamas Yacht Charter

The Bahamas are a popular vacation destination, and you can experience why with our Bahamas yacht charters today. Explore the natural beauty of the waters.



Known as one of the most popular Caribbean destinations with over 700 islands and 2,400 cays, the Bahamas is the perfect tropical vacation spot. The Bahamas are so beautiful that American Astronaut Scott Kelly named the islands “the most beautiful place in space” before sharing photos on Twitter of the Bahamas from space. You can find out what makes the islands so special when you sail across the waters on our Bahamas yacht charters.

The capital city of The Bahamas is Nassau, which has a high-energy type of vibe. The town itself was originally called Charles Town before being burned to the ground and rebuilt in 1684 by the Spanish. Once it was rebuilt, it was called Nassau, and today it is home to 70% of the population of the Bahamas. Although Nassau is magical, what makes the Bahamas incredibly unique is that each of its islands has its personality and attractions with some of the world’s best scuba diving, fishing, sailing, boating, and dining shopping experiences. With Nassau yacht charters, you can get a whole new perspective on the capital city.

Two of those unique experiences include the Exumas and Abacos. The Exumas are a chain of 365 cays spread over 100 miles. Known as paradise, these cays are home to sapphire waters, white-sand beaches, deserted cays, and the famous Big Major Cay, also known as Pig Beach. Admire the natural beauty of the land with a boat charter in the Bahamas. It is probably one of the only places in the world where you can go swimming with wild pigs. Then there is Abacos, another chain of islands for travelers looking to relax and unwind. The islands are a true heaven on earth location for boaters, sailors, snorkelers, divers, and fishermen. Whatever island you choose to spend your time on, our Bahamas catamaran charters are sure to make a lasting impression.

Fast Facts About 


  • Humans have lived in the Bahamas since the fourth century 
  • It is believed that Christoper Columbus arrived on the Bahamian island of San Salvador in 1492.
  • The Bahamas is home to the world’s largest colony of pink flamingos, which you can see on Great Inagua islands or at Ardastra Gardens, Zoo & Conservation Center. There are six different species of flamingo, and the Caribbean flaming (also known as the American flamingo) is the only one found in the Bahamas. 
  • Try the Abaco Smile if you are in Hope Town; it is a favorite local rum drink.

Best time to visit 


The Bahamas have a tropical climate, which means that travelers can visit them year-round. However, the best time to visit is between November and April. The region’s peak season starts in December, so visiting just before is ideal if you are looking to dodge the crowds. Hurricane season begins in June and lasts through November.

Chartering in 


Chartering a boat will give you the ability to try several different activities, including diving, snorkeling, fishing, and one of the most famous activities in the area, swimming with wild pigs. Most of the cruising leaves from Nassau and sails to the Exumas, with attractions like iguana island or swimming with the pigs. If you leave from the Abacos, you can see Hopetown lighthouse. 

Find out more about our charters in the Bahamas, and read our blog articles to learn more about why you should be planning a trip to the Bahamas shortly:

• Things to do in the Bahamas

• The Bahamas itinerary

More Resources About 


If you want to learn more about the Bahamas, we recommend that you take a look at the Visit the Bahamas, the official tourism website of the islands, for more information about what to do as well as up-to-date information about COVID-19 entry requirements.

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