Boating On Andros
Boating On Andros
The western side of Andros is virtually unapproachable by boat due to the tricky shoals, but the eastern side is accessible and very scenic. Boaters will enjoy cruising through the "Bahama Blue" waters, over the coral reefs and past pristine beaches and colorful towns. The interior is a nice challenge for smaller craft to navigate the hundreds of lakes, creeks and bights (rivers) separating South Andros, Mangrove Cay, and Central and North Andros. If you want to hang out with the locals on land, you’ll have several places to drop anchor. One is a 34-slip, full-service marina at the Lighthouse Yacht Club & Marina in Fresh Creek, Central Andros—a "must do" harborage when visiting the island. The second marina is located at Kamalame Cay in Stanyard Creek, North Andros. Docking facilities are also available at Morgan’s Bluff, North Andros; Fresh Creek, Central Andros; Lisbon Creek, Mangrove Cay; and Drigg’s Hill, South Andros.
Andros Beach ClubKemp's BayPhone: (242) 369-1454Visit Site
Kamalame Cay ResortP.O. Box 23370Phone: (242) 368-6281Visit Site
Lighthouse Yacht Club & MarinaP.O. Box 23310Phone: (242) 368-2305Visit Site
Small Hope Bay LodgeP.O. Box FC-23324Phone: (242) 368-2013/4Book now
Small Hope Bay
You can take a boating tour for a private picnic on your own deserted island, visit other Bahamian islands, or cruise and watch the sunset, enjoying food and beverages.
The All Andros & Berry Islands Regatta takes place in July each year at Morgan’s Bluff, North Andros, and features traditional Bahamian wooden sloops in class A, B & C races.
Two full-service marinas are at Kamalame Cay Resort and Lighthouse Yacht Club & Marina. Public dockage is in North, Central, and South Andros and Mangrove Cay.
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