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Besides the benefit of proximity to the U.S., Bimini has an exceptional marlin, bonefish, wahoo and bluefin tuna fishery that has lured angling giants such as Ernest Hemingway and Michael Lerner to its deep waters, and to its flats, professional athletes such as Jack Nicklaus. For those making the trip across the Gulf Stream who don’t like to fish, there are plenty of other exciting activities. The snorkeling, diving, jet skiing, parasailing and more activities in Bimini provide days of entertainment. We offer a wide variety of luxury yacht rentals in The Bahamas.


This is the capital of the Bahamas and more than half the Bahamian population lives on its island of New Providence. It has the good and bad traits of most cities, with a distinctly Caribbean flavor. Paradise Marina is one of the most popular marinas to keep your yacht docked during your stay in Nassau.


The island of Great Exuma is a popular boating destination with a good but busy harbor. Its George Town boasts supplies and high island civilization. Exuma has many water attractions including swimming with water pigs, snorkeling on its crystal clear waters and enjoying its year-round wonderful weather.


Sailing in the beautiful water around Cat Island is one of the primary reasons that many boaters visit. You can explore uninhabited cays and hidden coves, historical landmarks, the natural beauty of rose-colored beaches and dramatic cliffs as a backdrop. Hawk’s Nest Resort in the south has the only marina on the island. It provides fuel, electricity, showers, water, supplies and a restaurant for hungry travelers.


The Abacos is a great place for Bahamas exploration. While it is often considered more civilized than other areas, it’s been affected less from tourism. Marinas, protected anchorages with good holding, shopping, good drinking water, restaurants, and small hotels make the area especially inviting. Many cruisers gravitate to the “Hub of the Abacos” with the towns and harbors of Man O’War, Hope Town, and Marsh Harbour.

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