The Bahamas

M/Y Acacia
M/Y Acacia

Exuma Islands Bahamas​​

The Exumas Are Renown For Their Sapphire-Blue Waters—Waters So Stunning, Their Brilliant Colours Are Visible Even From Outer Space. This Chain Of 365 Islands Is Home To Secluded Footprint-Free Beaches, Deserted Cays, And Ultra-Exclusive Resorts.

Day 1

Allan's Cay

Step on-board the 131′ Super Yacht, M/Y Acacia, waiting for you in one of the marinas upon your arrival from Nassau International Airport. Our crew hands you a local cocktail before a brief orientation on what to expect for your week aboard.  Explore Allan’s Cay and feed the Bahamian Iguanas that will scurry out to greet you on the beaches. Sail to nearby Highbourne Cay to enjoy “Horseshoe Bay” with its beautiful deserted beach and fabulous reef, the “Octopus’ Garden”. 

Day 2

Norman’s Cay

Explore a sunken drug plane that makes a colorful and exciting snorkel teaming with colorful fish and coral have who have made this their home. Explore the island’s ruins and visit “Twinkie Beach” with its lone palm tree, charming beach, and loads of seashells to collect. Learn to spear fish on the nearby coral heads or hire a local guide to bonefish in the flats.

Day 3

Shroud Cay

Experience the currents that create a natural water park or play in the gentle surf surrounded by endless shades of blue stretching from the sky to the crystal clear shallows.

Day 4

Warderick Wells

A former pirate’s hideaway, explore more than 4 miles of trails on this protected island filled with stunning views of the surrounding cays and turquoise waters.  Enjoy beautiful secluded beaches, scuba dive or snorkel on the vibrant, protected coral reefs with big, friendly fish, or explore this naturalists’ paradise by kayak or stand up paddleboards.

Day 5

Compass Cay

Cruise South to visit the ancient Lucayan burial grounds of Rocky Dundas, where you can explore impressive caves and grottos with ancient stalactites and stalagmites creating a natural cathedral ceiling and beautiful snorkeling.

Day 6

Staniel Cay

The site is naturally a very popular location for diving and snorkeling, and the amazing heads of colorful coral and reef fish will make you feel like you are in an aquarium.

Day 7


After a leisurely breakfast and perhaps another swim or snorkel if time permits, cruise the 30 nm across the Yellow Bank to New Providence.

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