Your Sample 7 Night Itinerary


Day 1
Nassau to Harbour Island

Your journey is 45 nautical miles & will take 4.5 hours aboard a sailing yacht that cruises at 10 knots & just shy of 8 hours aboard a sailing yacht that cruises at 6 knots. Harbour Island offers upscale restaurants & shopping in Dunmore Town, where golf carts are the preferred mode of local transporta­tion. Fewer than 2,000 people call Harbour Island home, making it an “away-from-it-all” destination that still offers the fineries of civilization.

Day 2
Harbour Island to Eleuthera

Your journey is 30 nautical miles & will take 3 hours aboard a yacht that cruises at 10 knots & 5 hours aboard a sailing yacht that cruises at 6 knots. Eleuthera is one of the Easternmost “out islands” of the Bahamas. Eleuthera is 1 of the skinniest & boasts Glass Window Bridge where the island is just 2 vehicle lanes wide. It's quite an experience to stand on the bridge & see the deep, blue Atlantic Ocean on one side with the calm, turquoise Caribbean Sea on the other.

Day 3
Eleuthera to Warderick Wells Cay

Your journey is 57 nautical miles & will take just shy of 6 hours aboard a yacht that cruises at 10 knots & a full day’s cruise aboard a sailing yacht that cruises at 6 knots. Warderick Wells Cay is a great place to spend an afternoon because the island is filled with walking trails. It's also a key location for the Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park, which was established in 1958 & comprises more than 112,000 acres. All fishing is prohibited, which means the underwater views are pristine.

Day 4
Warderick Wells Cay to Staniel Cay

Your journey is 18 nautical miles & will be less than two hours aboard a yacht that cruises at 10 knots & 3 hours aboard a sailing yacht that cruises at 6 knots. Staniel Cay, home to just 100 or so people, is also the home of Thunderball Grotto, where the Sean Connery-as-James Bond movies “Thunderball” and “Never Say Never” were filmed. Your yacht’s crew can take you by tender to the grotto so that you can snorkel like super-spy 007.


Day 5
Staniel Cay to Big Major

Your joiuney is 3 nautical miles & will take less than an hour aboard a yacht that cruises at 10 knots & less than an hour aboard a sailing yacht that cruises at 6 knots. Big Major is where you’ll find Emily, a pig that has welcomed cruisers for years. Join your yacht’s crew in the tender as you approach the shore and Emily wades out to meet you—and be ready with carrot & celery sticks for when she hungrily places her front feet on your tender’s side.

Day 6
Big Major to Highbourne Cay

Your journey is 32 nautical miles & will take about 3 hours aboard a yacht that cruises at 10 knots & a little more than 5 hours aboard a sailing yacht that cruises at 6 knots. One of Highbourne Cay’s great geographic features is Horseshoe Bay, an an­chorage named for its shape. The protected waters create an ideal environment for scuba diving, snorkelling & kayaking. Serious divers love the 90-ft cutter Austin Smith wreck nearby, typically in 60 ft of water.

Day 7
Highbourne Cay to Allan’s Cay

Your journey is 7 nautical miles & will take less than an hour aboard a yacht that cruises at 10 knots & a little more than an hour aboard a sailing yacht that cruises at 6 knots. What Emily the pig is to Big Major, iguanas are to Allan’s Cay. This island is like Galapagos in Bahamian style, with iguanas scampering along the beaches at all hours of the day and night. Feed them a treat while you stand barefoot in the sand, enjoying the view of the crystal-blue waters beyond.

Day 8
Allan’s Cay to Nassau

Your journey is 40 nautical miles & will take 4 hours aboard a yacht that cruises at 10 knots & nearly 7 hours aboard a sailing yacht that cruises at 6 knots. Return to Nassau in plenty time to board your flight home, or spend the afternoon at water slides, casinos & pool within the Atlantis complex (a land extension after your charter). There are 8 fine dining restaurants on property, offering options galore for as long as you care to stay & relax in the Bahamas.

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