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Bahamas Sailing Adventure

From £1506 for 7 days
Trip Overview
Set sail on this once in a lifetime sailing expedition to one of the world’s best cruising destinations, the Caribbean. You’ll experience abundant marine life, crystal clear turquoise waters, uninhabited cays and one of the best sailing destinations in the world. The protected and shallow waters of the Bahamas make this the perfect trip for first time or novice sailors.  
Essential Info
Starts: Marsh Harbour - Elbow Cay
Ends: Marsh Harbour
Ages: Min 15
Theme: Sailing
Trip Code: IITMC
Activity Level:     
Countries visited: Bahamas
What's Included


6 Breakfasts included
5 Lunches included
6 Dinners included




Yacht 6 Nights

Trip Highlights

•   Learn the ropes in one of the worlds best sailing destinations

•   Switch off from technology for a week and let the conversation flow with your fellow travellers

•   With a fishing licence in hand you'll be able to throw a line out and catch the night's dinner

•   Snorkel with sea turtles in protected waters on pristine, uninhibited mangrove islands

•   There’s flexibility and room for spontaneity. Join us in shaping this new and exciting adventure while it’s still in its experimental stages

Dates & Availability
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Departing: 23rd Mar 2019
Returning: 29th Mar 2019
Limited Availability
4 spaces
Departing: 30th Mar 2019
Returning: 5th Apr 2019
Availability: Good
Departing: 6th Apr 2019
Returning: 12th Apr 2019
Availability: Good
Departing: 13th Apr 2019
Returning: 19th Apr 2019
Availability: Good
Departing: 20th Apr 2019
Returning: 26th Apr 2019
Limited Availability
2 spaces
Departing: 4th May 2019
Returning: 10th May 2019
Availability: Good
Departing: 11th May 2019
Returning: 17th May 2019
Availability: Good
Departing: 18th May 2019
Returning: 24th May 2019
Availability: Good
Departing: 25th May 2019
Returning: 31st May 2019
Availability: Good
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Itinerary & Notes
Welcome to paradise! White beaches, blue skies and even bluer water is what you have to look forward to for the next week. Oh, and maybe a little fishing, snorkelling, kayaking, paddle boarding and hoisting the sails. The Bahamas [along with the Turks & Caicos] form the Lucayan Archipelago which covers an area in excess of 14,000 km and over 29 islands, 660 cays and nearly 2,400 islets making the Bahamas a true sailor’s paradise. The archipelago was named after the first known inhabitants the Lucayans, an indigenous people who were the first Americans to come into contact with Christopher Columbus. The most western reach of the Bahamas is Bimini which is 80 km from Florida while Cay Sal Bank is only 50 km from the coast of Cuba, making it closer to Cuba than its nearest Bahamian island neighbour. Our trip starts in Marsh Harbour, the main town on the Abaco Islands. The Abacos chain is formed in a boomerang shape and stretches nearly 210 kms from Walkers Cay in the north, to Hole-in-the-Wall in the south. Abaco is the second largest island in the Bahamas and Marsh Harbour, our starting point, is the 8th largest town in the Bahamas with a population of 5,300. Marsh Harbour has all the available services required to provision yachts as well as post offices, supermarkets and banks [please refer to Money Matters for information on ATM’s and credit cards]. The outer cays and islands of the Abacos create naturally protected waters commonly referred to as the Sea of Abaco. The temperatures in the island chain are generally cooler than the other islands with summer temperatures average 26.5°C to 29.4°C. Our group will meet at the Marina at 3pm for a group meeting which includes a detailed safety briefing. Then we will board our home for the next 6 nights, the S/V Abel.
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