Luxury yacht charter in the Bahamas

Day 1: Arrive Marsh Harbour Airport at approximately 3pm and be met by your Bahamas yacht charter crew and escorted to your luxury yacht at Boat Harbor Marina. Enjoy some afternoon snacks on the aft deck, then spend the afternoon exploring Marsh Harbour and the surrounds. Tonight enjoy your first of many gourmet dinners on board Muchos Mas.

Day 2: Treasure Cay Beach is the most sparkling natural feature on the island of Abaco and a fantastic must see on your Bahamas yacht charter. Breathtaking is the only word for this world-renowned beach; a 3.5-mile stretch of powdery white sand, matched only in brilliance by the turquoise water caressing its shore. Tonight you will enjoy a fabulous celebration on your yacht for Sue, Tom, David and baby Enzo’s birthdays on board Muchos Mas.

Day 3: We leave Treasure Cay behind and make our way around Whale Cay, and up the Sea of Abaco to lovely Green Turtle Cay. Explore by golf cart and enjoy the local flavour and beach activities. Green Turtle Cay is known for beautiful beaches, as a starting point for deep-sea fishing and great diving, and for the village of New Plymouth with its unique history

Day 4: Breakfast on the luxury yacht’s aft deck during a delightful cruise to Orchid Bay Marina on Great Guanna Cay. Use golf carts to tour Guanna Cay and have lunch at the sophisticated Blue Water Grill. Alternatively anchor in a beautiful bay, and enjoy scenic reef dives and diving around a heap of old, submerged trucks and tractors.

Day 5: Anchor the yacht and head off for Fowl Cay or Dickies Cay for some stunning wall dives or a lazy day on the beach. At Dickies Cay there is a wreck at 30 feet and the anchorage is protected. We could visit Man-O-War Cay to see the boat-building operation of the Albury Brothers in the morning and in the afternoon we will visit Pete’s Pub in Little Harbour. Pete’s is a fascinating outlaw bar with lots character and charm.

Day 6: Today we will head to Sandy Cay for the morning to a dive site that features the largest stand of Elkhorn Coral in the World. In the afternoon we will head for the Northern Shores of Eleuthera.

Day 7: This day of your Bahamas yacht charter will be spent around Harbour Island famous for its pink sandy picture perfect beaches and for the numerous quality dive sites which are accessible using Muchos Mas Intrepid. There is a concentration of excellent dive sites near Harbour Island, if you are interested in exploring wrecks. Near the small island of Spanish Wells is the 'Devil's Backbone', an area which has many wrecks, old and modern.

Also nearby is the 'Eleuthera Train Wreck', where the wreckage of railroad cars lays, from the era of the Civil War. There is a 1919 freighter, 200 feet long nearby, in about 35 feet of water. Finally, there is a 265 foot freighter that sank in 1971 to explore in the same general area. If you are interested in sea life, there are 11 sites all together get you dive master to go over them with you to pick the ones that most interest you.

Day 8: This morning we will sail the yacht to Rose Island for a final swim or snorkel then on to Nassau for disembarkation and the end of the Bahamas charter.

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