Spanning nearly 14,000 square kilometers of the Northern Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, The Bahamas is often described as a scattered string of pearls. This could be due to the sheer number of islands or the famed white sand that frames the water’s edge; whichever it may be, it is no secret that this corner of the world is one of the most unique and arguably one of the best places to charter a private yacht.
Rose Island Day Trip (4-8 hours)
Cruise to the pristine Rose Island during this full-day excursion.
Set sail on crystal-clear Bahamian waters and discover stunning Rose Island Beach and its snorkeling reefs just offshore. Rose Island is an uninhabited island surrounded by glittering clear seas and a coral reef. Just a 3 miles (4.8 km) boat ride off the coast of Paradise Island, you’ll feel like a genuine castaway as you approach the untouched shores of this peaceful getaway. With no public amenities or roads on the island, we will provide you with everything you need including an amazing Surf & Turf meal prepared onboard by your own private chef. After lunch, investigate the surrounding reef with some of snorkeling, jet skiing over the turquoise waters, or unwind for a on the white sandy beach.
You’ll make some awesome memories of great snorkeling grounds, white powdered sand beaches and turquoise waters. It’s simply the perfect tour for guest with limited time but want maximum exposure. We guarantee a great time!
North Exumas Day Trip (Minimum 8 Hours)
Depart Nassau by 9am and head for Leaf Cay Exuma to check out the indigenous Rock Iguanas. Leaf Cay is about 1.5 Hour Boat Ride. From Leaf Cay we head south to Highbourne Cay, a private island destination where we can feed the local marina Sharks. We can continue cruising south and enjoy some on board lunch & drinks or tie up at Highbourne Cay Marina. Once heading south from Highbourne Cay, we Snorkel at the famous Pablo Escobar Plane wreck located at Normans Cay and explore the mesmerizing beaches and lagoons of Shroud Cay.
Highbourne Cay is known worldwide as the gateway to the ultimate ephemeral islands: The Exuma Cays. Highbourne’s eight beaches, deserted pieces of paradise, all within walking distance of the Marina, are among the best kept secrets in The Bahamas.
Staniel Cay Pigs and Shark Day trip
(Subject to availability)
Visit the famous Bahamas Swimming Pigs at Pig Beach on our day trips to Staniel Cay in the Exumas. The island and surrounding area is of similar appearance to what the Bahamas region is widely known for. Soft white sand beaches, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, and swaying palm trees line the beach and island as a whole.
We take you to Compass Cay, the most northerly point on our boat excursion. At Compass Cay you have the opportunity to swim with Sharks. The type of shark here is the nurse shark, which are for the most part harmless to humans.
Meeks Patch Pigs Day Trip
(Subject to availability)
See a side of the Bahamas that many visitors miss on this full-day tour from Nassau. In the morning, hop aboard your vessel and set sail. Venture first to Meeks Patch Island, famously home to a group of wild, swimming pigs. Meet and feed the pigs and admire the beautiful beaches. These swimming pigs love interacting with humans
We traverse the tranquil waters of North Eleuthera and Meeks Patch, located just 49 miles away from Nassau, to Swim with the Pigs in one of our most beautiful islands.
Harbour Island Day Trip
(Subject to availability)
Harbour Island is a small island, at its widest, approximately .5 miles running east and west and 3.25 miles north and south. The island is known for having one of the best beaches in the Bahamas according to travel magazines. View the amazing pink sand beaches and peaceful tranquility of Harbour Island on this fantastic adventure.
Harbour Island has become an Out-Island hotspot, loved by locals and tourists alike; with its picturesque colorful clapboard houses, colonial charm and genuinely friendly people.
Kamalame Cay Day Trip (8 Hours)
Scattered across 97 acres of flowering jungle, coconut palm groves, and deserted white sand beaches, an isolated island paradise Kamalame Cay blends barefoot luxury and laid-back charm with untouched tropical splendor and the ultimate in privacy.
Idyllic and isolated, this oasis of breathtaking natural beauty wraps ocean adventure and island romance in the luxury of a private island experience.
Chub Cay Day Trip
(Subject to availability)
Chub Cay is a private island paradise in the southern tip of the Berry Islands, Bahamas with full resort and marina amenities. Legendary throughout the world for sport fishing and diving, Chub Cay also has miles of sandy beaches and a protected harbor.
Chub Cay has been the exclusive retreat for a very select membership. Building on this unique heritage, Chub Cay treasures and protects this legacy of natural beauty, tradition, and world-class recreation.
Day 1: Nassau
Start your private getaway the marina in Nassau. Here you will meet your crew, board your yacht, head out to explore the surrounding area and have lunch on board. You may visit Atlantis, which is a vacationer’s dream come true. By day, enjoy the shops and cafes; by night, try your hand at the casino. Best of all, make time to relax on the beach and get acquainted with the many amenities offered at Atlantis.
Day 2: Highbourne Cay
Steam your way to Highbourne Cay! You will feel awake and refreshed after a midday swim or a leisurely stroll on the beautiful beach. Go to Allen’s Cay in the afternoon to see iguanas lounging in their natural habitat; this is a rare refuge for the iguanas, so look but don’t touch! Let the captain steer you toward Shroud Cay in the evening where you will have dinner and drinks on board and anchor overnight.
Day 3: Shroud Cay
Soak up the sun and fun at Shroud Cay as you make your way around its interesting landscape. Shroud Cay is known for its great beach and hiking trails. The Shroud Cay creek system is distinct, and it is best experienced by dinghy. Use the yacht’s tender to meander through the creeks while taking in the natural beauty of this cay. Return to the yacht in the afternoon and cruise back to Nassau.
Day 1: Highbourne Cay & Norman’s Cay
Iguana Beach, snorkelling
Day 2: Compass Cay
Nurse Sharks, Snorkel the Aquarium, Rachels Bath, Waderick Wells Cay (Whale ‘museum’ and a little hike through the national park)
Day 3: Staniel Cay
Swimming pigs at Big Major Spot (anchor here), Thunderball Grotto, Staniel Cay Yacht Club, Sandbars
Day 4: Green Cay & Rose Island
Swim with the turtles, snorkel
Day 1: Nassau New Providence Island and Rose Island
All guests arrive into Nassau, New Providence Island. Once on the boat, you can enjoy an excellent lunch served by your own private Chef and get settled in. That afternoon you can play in the water snorkeling or jet skilling around Rose Island or take a stroll around Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island. That evening, your yacht would depart late that evening for an overnight run to Allens Cay and our first stop in the Exumas.
Day 2: Allens Cays and Highbourne Cay
Wake up to the beautiful clear blue water of the Exumas! With all of our water toys at your disposal, enjoy a morning of relaxing in the sun, swimming and seabobing.
After breakfast, a short tender ride will have you ashore to see the famous “and legally protected” Allen’s Cay Iguanas. This is one of the few places that you are likely to see these jurasic looking but friendly creatures. They are familiar with people coming to see them and will happily accept fruit or vegetable snacks. Back to the yacht for some water sports fun and lunch onboard. During lunch, the yacht will relocate to Highborne Cay, just a few short miles away. Another short tender ride will have you ashore in the lovely Highbourne Cay Marina where there are often nurse sharks hanging around near the fish cleaning station. If you fancy taking a walk over to the East side of the Island you will discover one of the finest beaches in the Exumas. Enjoy a drink at the Xuma’s restaurant before heading back to the yacht to relax.
Day 3: Norman’s Cay & Shroud Cay
After an early morning relocation, the yacht will anchor at south end of Norman’s Cay. Weather permitting, take the tender to Norman’s Pond for a morning of tender based snorkeling and swimming in the natural lagoon of Norman’s Pond. There is a sunken aircraft that can be seen semi submerged at the south end of the Island and this is also a great snorkeling location.
Head back to the yacht to relax after an active morning and enjoy some of the stewardess’s specialty cocktails. During lunch, the yacht will relocate again to Shroud Cay for an afternoon of relaxing and/or water sports. Explore the mangrove channels on this unique island on a paddleboard or relax on one of the many pristine sheltered beaches. Watch the sun go down from your own patch of paradise before heading back to your yacht for the evening. Back onboard enjoy another fine culinary creation for dinner followed by some drinks under the stars. During the evening, the yacht will relocate to Pipe Cay which is about a 2½ hour cruise.
Day 4: Pipe Cay & Compass Cay
Today the crew will set up a base on the beach at Pipe Cay where you can enjoy a beautiful sheltered little bay with great snorkeling, swimming, and relaxing. Take a tender ride to Rachel’s Bubble Bath at the north end of Compass Cay where you can swim in a natural lagoon surrounded by rocks and that is flushed by the ocean waves at high tide. More adventurous guests might like to jump into the lagoon from the rocks at the side. There will also be a tender ride to visit the famous Compass Cay Marina which is like a natural aquarium. Nurse sharks, eagle rays and an array of different fish & turtles frequent the marina where they know they are likely to find food. Swim with the sharks and at high tide you can pet them as they chill out on the dock. This place is truly one of the wonders of the Exumas and a truly unique place!
Day 5: Big Majors Spot & Staniel Cay
After breakfast, take a stunning tender ride through the islands from Pipe Cay to Big Majors Spot, home of the famous swimming pigs. During the tender ride you will be able to explore the many channels between the islands, take a stroll on the exposed sandbars at low tide or simply sit back and enjoy the stunning scenery and crystal-clear turquoise waters. At the end of the cruise you will visit the swimming pigs of Big Majors Spot. The crew will have some tasty snacks for you to feed the pigs, who love to swim out to the boats for a tasty reward! Return to the yacht for lunch before a stroll ashore to Staniel Cay and a trip to the Thunderball Cave. If you feel brave, climb up to the top of the rock and jump through the hole, James Bond style, into the lagoon below. During or after dinner onboard, the yacht will relocate to Hawksbill Cay which is about 2½ hours to the north.
Day 6: Sail to Shroud Cay
Eat lunch on board and then use your yacht’s tender to roam the creeks that are here in this northernmost part of the Exuma Land & Sea Park. Lay on the beach! Take a hike. Soak it all up on your last full day before heading back to Nassau
Day 7: Nassau Departure
Breakfast onboard and some time to explore the Atlantis resort, if you didn’t get a chance to do so at the beginning of the trip. Then it’s time to say goodbye to new-found friends, until next time!