Bahamas YACHT CHARTER

Following the devastation of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas in 2019, you’d be forgiven for believing that the islands are currently no place for a luxury superyacht charter. However it’s time to think again, as much of the region – which is spread over 259,000 square kilometres – didn’t feel its catastrophic effects and is very much open for business. The Bahamas’ livelihood relies heavily on tourism, and as its Ministry of Tourism & Aviation has said: “The best thing they can do for the country, now more than ever, is simple: visit The Bahamas.” With this in mind, the following itinerary comprises a number of hotspots that are up and running and still promise to deliver the natural breathtaking beauty that the Bahamas is so famous for, in

Highbourne Cay Marina is mere footsteps from one of the island’s most beautiful beaches, and its lush sheltered harbour makes for the perfect resting stop for lunch

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Harbour Island and Eleuthera were also minimally affected by the storms, with only some infrastructure damage reported in the north of the island. Combining some of the best scuba spots in the region with secret anchorages and uninhabited islands, the crystal clear waters – which range from 76F to 84F – allow for diving in every type of location, from wrecks and reefs to mysterious blue holes.

CAPE ELEUTHERA MARINA

Entirely untouched by the hurricane and offering both excellent cruising areas and experiences on land, meet your yacht at Cape Eleuthera Marina and within hours you’ll have reached your first dive site at Bamboo Point. Celebrate your first night on board with cocktails under the stars.

SPANISH WELLS

Lying just off Eleuthera’s northern tip, Spanish Wells is a small settlement that while predominantly a fishing village, is most famous for its harvesting of Bahamian lobster (or crawfish). Spend time exploring the charming village while sampling some of its many native culinary dishes.

WINDING BAY

The halfway point in the Exuma Chain, anchor off Big Major’s Spot where you can spot the popular swimming pigs. Dotted with colourful, overwater cottages, this picturesque island is a great place to start an adventure – visit Thunderball Grotto, made famous by the James Bond movie filmed here.

STANIEL CAY

The halfway point in the Exuma Chain, anchor off Big Major’s Spot where you can spot the popular swimming pigs. Dotted with colourful, overwater cottages, this picturesque island is a great place to start an adventure – visit Thunderball Grotto, made famous by the James Bond movie filmed here.

HARBOUR ISLAND

The perfect stop off for a taste of old school glamour, the charming Harbour Island is just three miles long and half a mile wide. Hop ashore to explore its pastel-coloured 19th century colonial cottages which line the harbour front and play around in the crystal clear waters and famous pink sand be

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