Bahamas Yacht Charter
The Bahamas are among the top yacht charter destinations in the world. Not only are the Bahamas outstandingly beautiful, but they also offer a vast array of activities to do, making it the best destination for your vacation with friends or family. From discovering a wealth of culture and history to simply sunbathing and water sports, the opportunities for your yacht charter vacation are endless.
Best time to charter:
Peak Season: December through April.
Low Season: June through September.
Treasure Cay International Airport, Treasure Cay (Abaco Islands).
Leonard M. Thompson International Airport, March Harbour (Abaco Islands).
Exuma International Airport, Moss Town (Great Exuma).
Lynden Pindling International Airport, Nassau (New Providence).
Subtropical climate known for year-round mild temperatures, with a hot and rainy season from May to October.
Atlantic Standard Time (GMT/UTC -4 hours).
Language: English - Currency: US Dollar - Religion: Baptist, Anglican & Roman Catholic
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Some reading on the Bahamas
The best way to explore the Bahamas is by chartering your own private crewed luxury motor yacht with a supporting towed tender, gliding you from one activity to the next.
You can spend your days finding your own private beaches, swimming with pigs, and the incredible marine life. Or perhaps you prefer speeding around mangroves on jet skis and diving some of the most gorgeous turquoise waters on earth.
Although not technically part of the Caribbean, you can find the Bahamas resting along the North Atlantic coastline, just to the east of Florida. Popular charter areas within the Bahamas include the Exumas, which is a 120-mile-long archipelago that is quite secluded and off-the-beaten-path.
There are more than 700 islands and 2400 cays throughout all of the Bahamas—providing yacht charter guests with a large aquatic playground to explore, filled with coral and ocean trenches. Likewise, the area is one of the most sought-after sailing destinations in the world, with incredible beaches and local culture that transports you to another world. These beautiful islands are known as some of the best places in the world to go snorkeling and scuba diving, and they are also known for their rich history and luxurious atmosphere.