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Release You’re Inner Pirate & Join Us On A Bareboat Yacht Charter In The Bahamas From Only £3699

Based On A Sunsail Lagoon 424 – 4 Cabin Catamaran! Select dates apply. Call now and get this amazing deal which works out at only £462pp based on 8 people travelling!


Sailors love the Bahamas for its sheltered harbours, easy-to-challenging sailing areas, and pristine, deserted islands. Within many of its protected territories where fishing is prohibited, you’ll find the most enchanting diving and snorkelling. Stretches of mangroves play home to wildlife on sea and land. Legendary swimming pigs and three-foot iguanas greet you on white-sand beaches that dot the Caribbean islands, while sea turtles, friendly nurse sharks and colourful fish swim with you below the surface. A traditional holiday on land pales in comparison to seeing the world from your own private yacht.



Beaches, bays, blissed-out sailing


Scattered like jewels over the ocean just southeast of Florida in the Caribbean, The Bahamas offer endless possibilities for sailors. With 700 islands and thousands of cays to explore in The Bahamas, you’d be hard-pressed to find a place closer to paradise on Earth. Warm, gentle trade winds consistently caress the sheltered waters around The Bahamas, making it a perfect choice for families and novice sailors.


Just below the surface of the warm waters lies almost a quarter of the Earth’s coral, home to a spectacular array of tropical marine life swimming in the jewel-hued sea. Divers will find one of the most complete diving destinations in the world, with choices ranging from sunken Spanish galleons to massive blue holes, forest-like coral reefs to underwater caves. Head for famous dive sites including the Abacos Train Wreck, the USS Adirondack or the Tongue of the Ocean for an unforgettable diving experience.


From our suppliers base in Marsh Harbour, Great Abaco, you’ll find a Bahamian island to match every mood, each set against the backdrop of the mesmerising turquoise sea. Head to Green Turtle Cay for hidden coves and deserted beaches, or visit Elbow Cay, where the toughest decision you’ll make is where to snorkel first. Fish for big game species including marlin, tuna, and shark from the deck of your yacht, or surf some of The Bahamas' best surf spots on Elbow and Great Guana cays.


All prices and details are subject to availability and change at any time, select images and information has been provided by our supplier Sunsail. Skippered yachts, flights and cruise and stays also available.



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