There is no finer journey than the one that leads you to paradise. Whether you’re planning a quick getaway to Bimini, a cruise along the chain of islands in The Abacos or The Exumas, or a weeklong voyage to Nassau/Paradise Island, the waters of The Bahamas are waiting for you.
Boaters and sailors traveling to The Bahamas can enter the country at numerous ports scattered throughout our islands.Enter The Bahamas At These Official Ports
Just 50 nautical miles from Florida, The Bahamas is a quick sail or cruise away. We have many full-service marinas with hundreds of slips available while you explore our islands.Find Your Marina in The Bahamas
Boaters entering and/or exiting The Bahamas must follow certain protocol, such as filling out forms and registering their vessels.Read More About Entering/Exiting Policies
Boating flings are the Bahamian equivalent of a road trip. A lead boat pilots the way for a caravan of boaters across the Gulf Stream to The Bahamas. Flings begin on Thursdays. Wednesdays are our Mandatory Captain's meetings. Trips end on Sundays during June and July. 30-boat limit. Dockage space is on a first-come first-served basis. Minimum boat length for all flings is 22 feet.Flings To The Islands Of The Bahamas