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Bahamas Boat Trips

Duration: Half Day

bahamas boat trips

The Bahamas has attracted many a seafarer since the islands were first discovered by Columbus over 500 years ago. Located in the Atlantic Ocean, off the south-eastern coast of Florida, the beautiful Bahamas archipelago comprises 700 islands and over 2000 cays, surrounded by stunning turquoise lagoons. Today it is one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean for sailing and boat trips. Whether you are looking for a relaxing day at sea, a romantic sunset cruise or an exhilarating powerboat ride to your very own secluded island, cruising in the Bahamas guarantees breathtaking scenery and an unforgettable experience not to be missed.

If you are staying on New Providence Island or Paradise Island during your holiday in the Bahamas, a variety of full day, half day and sunset cruises are available to choose from. Sail out on the sparkling clear blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean and enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery in the Caribbean. Cruise past deserted islands and stunning white sandy beaches, lined with swaying coconut palms and lush vegetation.

Stop to explore one of the islands or sunbathe on the powdery soft sands. You will even get the chance to snorkel in the alluring crystalline waters. Explore the Bahamas’ majestic underwater world and discover beautiful coral reefs, hundreds of brightly-coloured tropical fish and many other exciting sea creatures. Your day will often end with a delicious Caribbean barbeque on the beach.

Evening cruises trips offer their own unique magic as you sail off into the sunset on a luxury yacht or catamaran. Watch the sky burn with colour as the sun goes down. The Caribbean offers some of the most spectacular sunsets in the world. Relax with a chilled glass of wine and soak up the mysterious stillness of the night as you sail across the open seas in the moonlight. As you sail past the coast of New Providence Island, marvel at the twinkling lights of Nassau Harbour against the dark night sky. This romantic cruise is a perfect choice for couples and honeymooners.

If you are looking for a bit more action and adventure at sea, powerboat rides are also available. Leaving Nassau behind you, travel across the ocean at high speed for one of the most exciting journeys of your life. Arrive at your very own deserted island and spend the day exploring the natural beauty both above and below the water. Whatever you choose, boat trips in the Bahamas provide a perfect mix of relaxation and adventure in one of the world’s most beautiful locations.

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The Bahamas named Leading Luxury Destination of the Caribbean at World Travel Awards 2016

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