BeBlue will take you to discover the Bahamas onboard brand-new catamarans for the long weekends of April 25 and May 1. Setting sail from Marsh Harbors, we will sail in a flotilla in the Abaco Marine Park accompanied by BeBlue skippers. We will sail among the spectacular coral reefs on a blue sea typical of the Caribbean, swimming together with the famous piglets... Between a snorkelling session and a relaxing walk on white sandy beaches, we will explore Treasure Cay, Man-O-War and Great Guana Cay with their cover beaches. Sail with us on this unforgettable flotilla, the Bahamas waits for you!
|Harbour View Marina Marsh Harbour, Bahamas
Check-in at 17:00 on Friday 26 April - Check-out at 10:00 on Friday 3 May 2024
Double cabin spot
Dinghy with outboard engine
€1.500 per person in a double cabin with private bathroom.
You can request a customized quote for an exclusive catamaran charter.
|HOW TO GET THERE
You can fly directly to Marsh Harbour International Airport (IATA code: MHH) from Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Atlanta. The Harbour View Marina is easily accessible within a 10-minute taxi ride from the airport.
|Italian and english.
|Catamaran, Double - Single Use
|How to come
|AIR: Leonard M. Thompson International Airport (MHH)
Day 1: Check-in
After a short transfer, less than 15 minutes by taxi, you will reach Marsh Harbour Marina. There, you can stroll around the beautiful town or relax in one of the several resort pools. You will have time to buy your galley and board your catamaran at 4 pm to accommodate in your cabin. We will immediately cast off for a short sail of a few miles to the small island of Man O War, where we will moor together and have the first swim in the ocean and enjoy an apéritif in the sunset.
After breakfast, we will weigh anchor and head for Scotland Cay. There you can snorkel in a natural pool surrounded by white sandy beaches while admiring the marine fauna and flora of the Fowl Cays National Park. After lunch, we will set sail for a short sail to Great Guana Cay, up to the buoy at Fishers Bay. Do not miss the Nippers Bar, famous for its colourful kiosks and breathtaking views of the ocean and reef. In the afternoon, enjoy the beautiful white sandy beach for as long as you like: perfect for long walks, relaxing on the beach, snorkelling or diving (on request against payment) - in short, there is something for everyone. Evening and dinner at one of Great Guana Cay's clubs in front of the sea.
Today begins early with a north-east sail to Whale Cay and the unmissable Big O's beach. There you will have the pleasure of swimming with the famous Bahamian "swimming pigs" for a morning of laughter in their company, and you will discover by tender the long, pristine white sandy beach of Gillam Bay. We will then spend the afternoon and night at Coco Bay, moored for a dinner together under the Caribbean stars.
After breakfast, we will set sail for Carb Bay. Once there, we will have more time for snorkelling, swimming and relaxing in the clear blue sea of the Caribbean. We will spend the whole day discovering Nunjack Cay: probably the most remote and unspoiled atoll in the Bahamas. There you will have the chance to swim with stingrays and feed them; you will see thousands of colourful fish and the coral reef facing long beaches bordered by mangroves.
In the morning, our skippers will wake up at dawn to hoist the sails and begin a four-hour sail to Elbow Cay and you will be welcomed by the most photographed red-and-white striped lighthouse. This lighthouse is the last kerosene-lit lighthouse in the world, manned by the keeper. There you can stroll around the picturesque cobblestone streets full of typical restaurants, markets, boutiques and local shops, before hiring a bicycle and exploring every corner of this 7-kilometre-long island. In the late afternoon, we will cast off our moorings to enjoy the sunset at Tillo Cay in the homonymous Marine Park.
Today's morning is dedicated to snorkeling and discovering one of the pristine reef between Cornish Cay and Sandy Cays in the southern part of Grand Abaco. Since we use shallow-draft catamarans, you will be able to disembark almost ashore and swim in the beautiful crystal-clear waters of Sandy Cay National Park. We will have lunch and enjoy another snorkeling session. After lunch, we sail to Little Harbour, one of the most picturesque harbours in the Bahamas. We will go ashore to visit the famous Pete's Pub & Galler on the beach with its art gallery. There we will enjoy a flotilla dinner of fresh seafood and some music under the stars.
After breakfast on board or ashore, we will sail to Tahiti Beach for relaxing on a pristine sandbar that disappears at high tide. There, a typical floating bar serving refreshing cocktails awaits for us. In the afternoon, we will head to Man of War, a typical fishing village, still very well-preserved. The Albury family, famous for its working boats in the Bahamas, continues to build fine boats in the town. Besides sightseeing, you can enjoy swimming and snorkeling among the Caribbean fish before returning to port.
Day 8: Check-out
Disembarkation is scheduled after breakfast before 10:00.
AVAILABLE BOAT CLASSES
Boat models, technical specifications and options may be subject to change. BeBlue organises crews by balancing age, gender and specific requests of participants and reserves the right to make free upgrades to higher classes if needed. All boats are selected with care and experience.
BeBlue reserves the right to replace any boat in or out of the catalogue with another of similar class and quality.