Exumas Bahamas Yacht Charters

The Exumas Bahamas

Paradise Island | Highbourne Cay | Shroud Cay
Warderick Wells | Staniel Cay

Exuma Bahamas Yacht Charters

Exuma Islands Yacht Charters

The Exuma Islands in the Bahamas are known for their spellbindingly beautiful blue waters, which are some of the most gorgeous to be found anywhere in the world. The turquoise sea kisses the white sand beaches of quiet anchorages and picture-perfect sandbars that are simply imploring you to come and enjoy a picnic.

This strand of 365 islands isn’t just about stunning natural assets. There is something interesting to do on every one of them – in theory, you could have a year of idyllic island-hopping, spending a blissful day on each.

Diving and snorkeling is out of this world, from fish-packed reefs to the famed Thunderball Grotto on Staniel Cay, a cave that featured in the James Bond movie of that name.

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The Exumas Turquoise Waters

There is also a plethora of wildlife to encounter – from the friendly nurse sharks at Compass Cay to the giant iguanas at Allen’s Cay and the now famous swimming pigs at Big Major’s Spot. You can also discover gourmet restaurants tucked away on private islands and some famously fun bars.

Celebrities from Johnny Depp and Tim McGraw to David Copperfield have become so enamored with the Exumas that they’ve bought their own island hideaways in this bewitching archipelago. The Exumas are the place where you can have adventure at every turn, but also enjoy complete relaxation and privacy.

Shroud Cay to Warderick Wells

Wake up at peaceful Shroud Cay and feel as if you’ve gone to heaven. After breakfast, tender in to explore the tidal creek, which serves as a nursery for birds, sea turtles and fish. Cruise to Warderick Wells, home to the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park. Kids can “discover” the skeleton of a 53ft sperm whale that washed up long ago.

Runners should also rejoice – there are more than seven miles of trails to explore on shore.

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