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The Bahamas features one of the world’s largest barrier reefs and a quarter of the world’s corals scattered in warm, calm and inviting waters – ideal for a relaxing and family friendly sailing holiday.
Must see: 

Visit the village of Man-O-War Cay and explore the area by bike or golf cart, as the locals do. Watch out for the infamous Miss Lola and her golf cart laden with freshly baked cinnamon buns. Scrumptious!

Must do: 

Go where the pirates of the Caribbean have gone before you and explore the pirate caves at the foot of the cliffs at Little Harbour. There’s also excellent snorkelling, bone-fishing and swimming here.

Go troppo

A country of 700 islands and 25 cays – The Bahamas spans a vast nautical playground. It is an ecological oasis said to have the clearest water on earth with a visibility of more than 60 metres. Embark on your Bahamian sailing adventure from Marsh Harbour, Abacos. The calm, turquoise waters and gentle trade winds of the Sea of Abaco offer relaxed cruising for novice and experienced sailors alike. The Abacos are a group of islands and cays that stretch for nearly 200 kilometres. Plot a course or sail on a whim, stopping whenever you see a spot that takes your fancy.

Attractions abound with fascinating, exciting or historical points of interest to appeal to all ages. The picturesque villages of the Bahamas ooze traditional West Indies charm. Visit the candy-striped lighthouse of Hope Town on Elbow Cay or stroll past the pastel-shaded gingerbread houses of New Plymouth on Green Turtle Cay. Treasure Cay features kilometres of superb beaches, many of which are consistently rated among the top 10 in the world. A charter here delivers a premium, no-stress sailing holiday with gentle trade winds and line-of-sight sailing.