We take you on a 7-day trip around the beautiful Abacos Islands, which is a group of breathtakingly beautiful islands and cays in the northern parts of the Bahamas. There are plenty of vibrant coral reefs and submerged caves for you to explore, along with quaint marinas and shallow waters to wade through.
Day 1: Saturday, 5 November 2016
Marsh Harbour: Start off your charter here, meet your fellow travelers, have your flotilla briefing and enjoy some ice-cold beverages.
Day 2: Sunday, 6 November 2016
Guana Cay: Enjoy the festive beach restaurants and bars or hop into the water for some breathtaking snorkeling on the reef off the cay.
Fisher’s Bay: Take your dinghy over to Sunset Beach in Fisher’s Bay and enjoy some sundowners whilst taking in this stunning view. Don’t forget your camera!
Day 3: Monday, 7 November 2016
Green Turtle Cay: Enjoy some kite surfing at the Southern Tip of this Cay or take in the unique architecture, wildlife and quaint restaurants. Be sure to sample some of the world famous lobster at one of these restaurants.
No Name Cay / “Piggyville”: You can also visit No Name Cay (or Piggyville as it is affectionately known) to feed, pet and swim with the friendly semi-feral pigs that frequent the beaches.
Day 4: Tuesday, 8 November 2016
Elbow Cay: Head over to Elbow Cay where you can try out the world famous Garbanzo’s surf break or try out the flat water at pristine golden Tahiti Beach. Here, you will be able to wallow and sunbathe in the shallow waters on the paradisiacal beach.
Tahiti beach’s pristine shallow waters provide ample opportunity for playful wallowing in the warm waters on the partially submerged beach, spotting ocean wildlife and soaking in some rays. Feel free to knock back a few beers or rums too.
Day 5: Wednesday, 9 November 2016
Stay on Elbow Cay and continue enjoying the surf breaks. Pay a visit to one of the world’s oldest kerosene lighthouses, Elbow Cay Lighthouse. This untouched community and its atmosphere will be one of your most treasured experiences on your charter.
Day 6: Thursday, 10 November 2016
Treasure Cay: You can moor in a protected marina, from where you are just a short trip away from the pristine sands and lush jungle of Coco Beach (aka one of National Geographic’s top 10 beaches).
Day 7: Friday, 11 November 2016
Enjoy some final kite surfing or exploring on Treasure Cay and Guana Cay, before heading back to your base in Marsh harbor, where it all started, for a final evening razzle and night on your yacht.
If a kite boarding trip, or just any trip, to the Bahamas sounds like something you would enjoy, get in touch with us – we can assist in finding the perfect yacht for you.
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