Charter Destinations | The Exumas

Yacht Charter DestinationThe ExumasExperience 

Want to escape the frustrations & monotony of every day life? There’s no better place to do that than in the Exumas, an archipelago of 365 cays and islands starting just 35 miles south of Nassau. With stunningly blue waters, untouched nature preserves, all types of marine wildlife, and five-star restaurants, to boot, you’ll find your piece of paradise here. There’s a reason that so many people visit the Exumas and then never return home…it’s simply too alluring to let go.

The Exumas might very well be the best place on planet Earth for yachting. With its world-class, untouched ecosystems; first-rate snorkeling; and some of the clearest, bluest waters anywhere, you’ll be in a true tropical paradise. Swim with pigs, explore Thunderball grotto, get up-close-and-personal with nurse sharks…or just relax and take it all in. You can’t go wrong in the Exumas!

STANIEL CAY YACHT CLUB

Staniel Cay Yacht Club, which lies approximately 75 miles south of Nassau, is just one of the Exuma’s many hot spots – but, with its celebrity clientele and epic history, it’s certainly among the better known. Established in 1956, the yacht club is home to 14 over-the-top bungalows, an 18-slip marina (where your yacht will fit right in), a 3,000-foot airstrip, as well as a clubhouse with a highly-regarded restaurant and a laid-back island bar.

SWIM WITH SHARKS AT COMPASS CAY

Staniel Cay Yacht Club, which lies approximately 75 miles south of Nassau, is just one of the Exuma’s many hot spots – but, with its celebrity clientele and epic history, it’s certainly among the better known. Established in 1956, the yacht club is home to 14 over-the-top bungalows, an 18-slip marina (where your yacht will fit right in), a 3,000-foot airstrip, as well as a clubhouse with a highly-regarded restaurant and a laid-back island bar.

The Exumas is the kind of place where a jaw-droppingly beautiful one-mile long sandbar is just “par for the course”. It’s also the type of tropical destination that gives its most famous sand bar three different names: Musha Cay Sandbar, Copperfield Sandbar, and Big Farmer’s Cay Sandbar. Of course, you’re welcome to also just call it “The Mile Long Sand Bar”. Whatever its name, you’ve got to check it out!

FEEDING THE PIGS AT BIG MAJOR CAY

While nobody knows how the pigs got to Big Major Cay, everyone loves the fact that they’re there. As your yacht approaches the shore, all you have to do is wait for the pigs to jump in the water to greet you. There’s a reason that hit TV shows and Instagram influencers love these swimming pigs – they’re cute as can be, and highly entertaining!

SNORKELING AT THUNDERBALL GROTTO

Does the name Thunderball Grotto sound familiar? Well, if it does, that’s most likely because this breathtaking grotto was featured in not one, but two James Bond films. No surprise there – the humongous limestone cavern that comprises Thunderball Grotto is filled with clear blue waters and unimaginably colorful fish. Light peaks in through the top of the cave wall – so try and be there at high noon!

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