Bahamas

Imagine a world where you can’t tell where dreams begin and reality ends. These are The Islands Of The Bahamas. And they’re like no other places on Earth. The Islands Of The Bahamas. So close to home, yet feels so far away. Just 50 miles off the coast of Florida in the United States, our tropical archipelago is an easy and convenient destination to escape to year-round.

A Stone Throw Away – Nassau

A Stone’s Throw Away is perched on one of the highest elevations by the coast. Guests can indulge in a rare panoramic view of Nassau’s land and sea. The scenery boasts the best of the island’s natural wonders, from the native pine forest by Lake Killarney to the brim of the coral reefs that protect the glimmering beaches of west Nassau.

Aqua Cat Cruises

The Aqua Cat is a 102′ catamaran; the ultimate escape aboard your own private luxury yacht. The eleven passenger cabins are some of the largest of any liveaboard in the world. Some of the cabins can accommodate a 3rd or 4th passenger, so she can carry from 22 to 30 passengers. Private bathroom with shower and individually controlled air-conditioners.

Bahamas Aggressor

The Bahamas Aggressor is a 100 foot yacht and is diesel powered. Accommodations include 5 deluxe cabins with a double and single bed and 1 quad cabin with 2 sets of twin bunks, private head & shower, climate controls and additional storage.

Blackbeard Cruises

Blackbeard’s Cruises offers liveaboard scuba diving vacations to the Bahamas Out Islands. Blackbeard’s 3 sailboats, Pirate’s Lady, Morning Star & Sea Explorer, can carry up to 24 passengers. They are not private cabins, rather more like dormitories that accommodate singles and couples in 4 air-conditioned cabin with either single upper and lower beds or double upper and lower beds.

Breezes – Nassau

Breezes Bahamas is a charming seaside all-inclusive resort that commands a pristine stretch of Nassau’s best beach – the powder white sands of Cable Beach. And when you start with the best beach, everything else just falls into place. If you have a sense of adventure, they’ve got your sport. With a seemingly endless variety of land and water activities for every type of person.

Cat Ppalu

The Cat Ppalu is a sailing catamaran. She accommodates up to 12 guests in 4 double cabins and 2 cabins with 2 single beds each with private vanity and sink. There are two electric pump heads and two fresh water showers and air conditioning throughout.

Orange Hill Beach Inn – Nassau

Welcome to Orange Hill Beach Inn, your Bahamas hotel destination with the charm of the family islands and all the conveniences of home. Set on a hilltop overlooking the ocean, Orange Hill is 50 steps from a sandy beach and the crystal clear water of the Bahamas. Orange Hill is the ideal place for a casual, relaxed vacation, where you will quickly be adopted by your new family and friends.

Riding Rock Resort and Marina – San Salvador

Perched on a pinnacle and washed by warm breezes and clear azure waters, San Salvador is also home to Riding Rock Resort and Marina. Most of the 50+ dive sites are located on the islands lee side, so rough seas are rarely encountered. The dive sites are almost all walls so the possibility of going deep is available, though you need not dive deeper than 40 feet to reach the reef if you prefer to keep a shallow profile.

Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort – Nassau

A warm Bahamian welcome awaits at Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort, ideally situated on a 1,000-foot stretch of Nassau’s most spectacular white-sand beach. From the moment you arrive, you’ll be treated to gracious Bahamian hospitality, thoughtful amenities, and an abundance of activities – from swimming to snorkeling, sailing, and exciting water sports.

Small Hope Bay Lodge – Andros

Nestled on the edge of the world’s third largest barrier reef, Small Hope Bay Lodge is as remote as you can get while still enjoying the comforts of home. Unwind and enjoy the amazing variety of dives, world class fishing, rare birds and the fine art of ham mocking! Safe, tranquil and secluded. Small Hope Bay Lodge offers all beachfront cabins, fresh international cuisine, diving, snorkeling, fishing, nature walks and more! With more than 60 dive sites on the regular dive schedule, including colorful shallow reefs, coral gardens, wreck dives, breathtaking blue holes and stunning wall dives at the edge of the continental shelf, where the Tongue of the ocean plunges to 6,000 feet.