Start Date End Date Details
May 16, 2024May 20, 2024Booked: Bahamas - Nassau to Bahamas - Nassau
May 22, 2024Jun 05, 2024Booked: Nassau, Bahamas* to Nassau, Bahamas*
Jun 13, 2024Jul 04, 2024Booked: Nassau, Bahamas* to Nassau, Bahamas*
Jul 08, 2024Aug 04, 2024Booked: Bahamas - Nassau to Bahamas - Nassau
Aug 15, 2024Aug 22, 2024Booked: Bahamas - Nassau to Bahamas - Nassau
Aug 31, 2024Sep 07, 2024Hold/Option Taken: Bahamas - Nassau to Bahamas - Nassau
Dec 21, 2024Jan 04, 2025Booked: Nassau, Bahamas* to Nassau, Bahamas*


High Rate:
43,000 USD per week
Low Rate:
43,000 USD per week
MCA Compliant: N/A
Rates are Inclusive
Taxes, re-location fees, cruising permits and licenses may be extra. Please verify with clearing house.
Cruising Permit: Paid by Boat  Licenses: Paid by Boat

Additional Rate Details:
Pricing Update:

Weekly rate reflects 7 NIGHTS up to 8 guests:

$43,000 USD + taxes

The rate includes:
● Private Yacht & Service of the Crew (captain, chef, and first mate)
● Provisions and beverages from the standard bar
● Insurance for the yacht and the passengers (civil liability)
● Accommodation in 4 private air-conditioned cabins for a total of 8 guests with en suite bathroom
● Bedding, towels and beach towels
● Water sports on board: snorkeling gear, hydro foil, stand-up paddleboard, floats, fishing gear and tackle.
● Fuel
● First and last night docking fees at Albany Resort Marina in Nassau

The rate does not include:
● 4% Bahamas Charter Tax
● 10% VAT
● Cancellation Insurance and private insurance
● Requests for premium spirits or alcohol quantities, which exceed our standard inclusive alcoholic beverage provisioning as part of our inclusive pricing.
● Docking or mooring fees during regular charter nights (first and last night dockage at Albany Marina included in inclusive price)
● Airport Transfers
● Personal Expenses
● Any applicable re-positioning fee based on client request (please verify with clearinghouse)
● Crew gratuities

We use the CYBA E-contract.

Summer Base Port: Nassau, Bahamas
Summer Operating Area: Bahamas
Winter Base Port: Nassau, Bahamas
Winter Operating Area: Bahamas
Location Details:
The Bahamas are an archipelago in the heart of the Caribbean famous for its crystalline turquoise water, white, pink or golden sand and protected environment. Set sail for a thrilling adventure and enjoy the sea on a cruise tailored to your every desire.

From Nassau, sail wherever you want aboard this peaceful refuge. Enjoy a complete change of scenery, admire enchanting landscapes, explore a rich and diversified wildlife and flora. Moor by pristine beaches or in hidden bays so you can practice your favorite water sports or go on a hike off the beaten path.

Over 700 Islands of Paradise

Discover a true floating paradise in the northern Caribbean Sea during your catamaran cruise. Connect with nature in one of the many ecological havens located on some of the 700 islands and 2,000 rocks.

Discover the unique character and treasures—such as ecotourism, national parks and nightlife—of each island of the Bahamas. A wide array of activities for every taste. The major islands of the Bahamas are:

Acklins & Crooked Island
Cat Island
Eleuthera & Harbour Island
Long Island
Nassau & Paradise Island
Ragged Island
Rum Cay
San Salvador
The Berry Island
The Exumas

Fascinating Bahamian Culture

Interact with the local population and immerse yourself in the culture of the Bahamas to discover a Caribbean way of life steeped in history and ancient rituals. Follow the footsteps of the great pirates, privateers and shipwreck looters. Learn about obeah, a Bahamian version of voodoo developed by African ancestors. Attend a goombay show, to listen to this very distinctive traditional music that combines traditional African sounds and European musical structures. Take your time and visit certain ports, stroll through the historical center of old cities and browse around markets where artisans and farmers sell their products.

Customize Your Cruise
A custom dream getaway in a magical setting: All aboard Serenity! We’ve thought of everything to offer you a getaway that will live up to your expectations. You’ll enjoy numerous amenities on board, but with the luxury to enhance your stay by planning activities and unique stopovers. The many possibilities include, for example, savoring local delicacies to discover the culture of this exotic destination. Everything will be attended to so every guest is satisfied!

Luxury and Discoveries
To fully experience this stunningly scenic destination, rely on our crew to set sail for both the most famous sights and best-kept secrets of this magical region. For days on end, experience endless pleasures and discoveries as you soak up the sun, savor local cuisine and disembark to discover the local culture. The Bahamas have been a top destination for many years now, thanks to their dream climate, white sandy beaches and many natural wonders.

Itinerary through Paradise

Sail over crystal clear waters as you admire the jaw-dropping colors of the vibrant aquatic life all around you. Our crew will be there to answer any request and ensure you enjoy a memorable stay. As the days go by, trust your captain with one of our deluxe itineraries or design a custom itinerary of your own for a cruise that’s just your style. Discover a rich culture and an authentic destination!

Luxury on Board
Discover Serenity, a lavish catamaran designed for ultimate comfort and luxury. Offering both private and communal spaces, you can head out to sea with a profound sense of well-being in comfort and luxury.

Exceptional Quality
Designed and built to the highest standards of quality, luxury and comfort, Serenity promises its passengers a superb stay. Climb aboard to feel the exceptional stability that ensures a peaceful cruise. Spacious and equipped with cutting-edge
technology, this state-of-the-art catamaran offers a superior nautical experience, which includes:

Quiet motor and soundproof engine room
Superior ventilation and natural light
2 generators including 1 silent
Watermaker that allows greater autonomy for drinking water
Room for everyone to relax

Unmatched Freedom
You design and plan your own cruise, so everyone on board can find their zen and enjoy a voyage that’s even better than they imagined. Thanks to the variety of relaxation and lounge areas, you can bask in the Bahamian sun or stay busy with tech gear to occupy even the most active among you. Spacious and fully equipped bedrooms are designed to offer all the comfort you need. Communal areas let you enjoy meals with your family and friends or simply share a special moment together. Discover options to suit any taste.

Gourmet Cruise
Let yourself be transported by a gourmet cruise where fun, flavors and discoveries are combined in one ultimate experience. Our chef makes it a point of honor to wow our guests with delicious cuisine and delicacies:

Wine cellar (200 to 300 bottles of wine)
Open kitchen
Local delicacies
Catch of the day
Three dining areas
Seven-course meals
Custom menus
Special requests at any time
Allergies and dietary restrictions
Full-service bar

Adventure Cruise
Quench your thirst for adventure with unique activities and excursions. Our cruises will have you captivated by new and rewarding experiences. Set sail for discovery:

Island exploration
Mangrove tours

Example Sailing Destinations in the Bahamas:

Board your yacht charter in Nassau. There are more than 700 islands in the Bahamas with the Exuma chain reaching 120 miles south to Great Exuma Island where Georgetown is located. Enjoy lunch while cruising south to Highbourne Cay to anchor for the night. Perhaps try fishing, as at this point fishing is legal outside of the Exumas Land and Sea Park or shelling. This is a great location for water sports, swimming, snorkeling or just walking the long sandy beaches.

Allen’s Cay Black Iguana
Spend time in this area encompassing Allen's Cay, Southwest Allen’s Cay and Leaf Cay in the morning. Explore the nearby beaches, swim, snorkel, play with the water toys. Head to Allen’s Cay to meet the large population of rare Black Iguanas that only live in a few locations in the world. As soon as these iguanas hear the sound of the outboard engine, they will come running to the beach hoping for food, however it is best to feed them iguana food only. There is very good fishing and snorkeling around this collection of small islands and reefs.

In the afternoon after lunch head to Norman Island to snorkel the airplane wreck from drug running days, now long over, when Norman Island was a center of drug activity and this airplane overshot the runway. In the early evening head to MacDuff’s for a Pina Colada. Overnight on anchor around Norman Island.

Macduff’s Restaurant, Norman Cay, Upscale Executive Chef Jason Wallace studied abroad in England as well as the USA, then returned to his native Bahamas and pursued his passion working in top restaurants at the Grand Hyatt Resort, Wyndham Nassau Resort, and the Nassau Beach Hotel. Chef Wallace is known for his devotion to fresh, local ingredients and creative twists on Bahamian cuisine. He believes that people eat with their eyes first; therefore, each dish must be plated to impress. Skillful, passionate and creative, Chef Wallace endeavors to make each and everyone’s dining experience at MacDuff’s Restaurant and Grille a memorable one.

Warderick Wells, Exuma Land and Sea Park
Cruise to Warderick Wells, headquarters of the Exuma Land and Sea Park and be amazed at the awesome display of watercolors and sand banks. Visit the headquarters and take advantage of the walking trails and snorkeling reefs and check out the Sperm Whale skeleton on the beach. There are a great many walking trails, 4 miles in total. Legend has it a ship carrying missionaries once wrecked off this island and the locals swear on moonlit nights a ghostly congregation can be heard singing hymns. Listen for them as you dine al fresco.

As Warderick Wells is officially in the Exuma Land and Sea Park there is no fishing or shelling, so snorkeling is terrific, filled with underwater life.

Shroud Cay
Cruise to Shroud Cay and take the ship’s tender and wave runners to go riding through unspoiled mangrove creeks. The crew will have packed a picnic lunch in the tender for a lunch on a spectacular unspoiled beach only able to be reached by ship’s tender and wave runner’s, where yours will be the only footsteps in the sand, right on the ocean. Relax and enjoy this unspoiled paradise where it is only you and nature. In the afternoon return to the yacht and pull out all of the water toys for more fun in the sun and for others perhaps just laze on the top deck. Overnight on anchor.

Nurse Sharks Compass Cay Harbor
Day 5, 6 and 7: Cruise to Staniel Cay as a base and visit the quaint settlement sprinkled with brightly colored houses and the Staniel Cay Yacht Club, a great spot for afternoon drinks for visiting yachtsmen. This is an area where several days can be spent on any Exumas Islands yacht charter itinerary. First in Staniel Cay Harbor visit the placid nurse sharks that swim right off of the dock. Then there are many options for trips out of the harbor in the tender:

Visit the Nurse Sharks in nearby Compass Cay Harbor: While Compass Cay Marina views these nurse sharks as pets, and have named each one, it is wise to remember that these sharks are wild, and decide yourself whether to visit with these sharks from the dock or in the water.

Swimming Pigs
Visit the Swimming Pigs on Great Major Cay: These pigs are feral and have learned to swim out to charter yacht tenders for food handouts. They are feral though with sharp teeth and hooves, so it is best to stay in your charter yacht tender and throw the food at them rather than swim with them. The largest group of injuries presented at the Nassau ER are those received from swimming with the pigs.

Thunderball Cave
Visit “Thunderball Cave“: where snorkelers can snorkel in the cave and visit the site of such movie hits as “Thunderball” and “Splash”
Spend time enjoying various different types of fishing as Staniel Cay is outside of the Exuma Land and Sea Park, and have a Bonfire Dinner on the beach on a tiny little deserted cay.

Snorkeling in the Bahamas
Day 8, 9, 10: Cruise on Day 8 on your charter yacht to Great Exuma Island and straight into the harbor of the village of Georgetown – a tiny community of 900 with an intriguing past. During the 17th century, pirates found Georgetown’s deep water harbor to be a useful resource. Today, this harbor is an excellent location for charter yachts to anchor. Thrill seekers and thieves were followed by business minded settlers from the “plantation aristocracy” in the 18th century, all of whom made their way down to the island from Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. After, the British and U.S. naval forces made Elizabeth Harbor a refitting port during World War II. Georgetown is a quieter place now, with quaint amenities such as gift shops, 2 grocery stores, and an outdoor straw market. Picturesque Stocking Island, which is surrounded by beautiful beaches with speculator shelling selections, is only a short charter yacht tender ride away. As you relax and lounge in the ankle-deep waters without a care in the world, pause to appreciate the amount of history that has touched the same waters in which you are wading.

There is a Four Seasons Resort not far from Georgetown for anyone that might want a Spa Appointment and if a round of golf is wanted, there is a Greg Norman designed golf course at the close by Sandals Emerald Reef Resort.

Little Exuma Tropic of Cancer
Cruise on your charter yacht to Little Exuma Island to visit ashore The Hermitage Estate in Williams Town. The overgrown ruins of this 970 acre Estate are an important reminder that cotton plantations and slavery were once part of the colonial time period in the Bahamas. Visitors can view the remains of the foundation of the Cotton House, the oldest building in Exuma. A stroll on the grounds will reveal a few old tombs that date back to the mid-1700s.

In the 1700s, after the American Revolutionary War, the islands became a haven for Loyalists who fled to seek refuge. During this time, many cotton plantations were set up, one of which was The Hermitage Estate established by the Ferguson family from North Carolina states as a cotton plantation worked by their slaves. Also among the new settlers were the prominent Lord John Rolle and his father Dennis Rolle, originally from England, along with about 140 slaves.

The cotton plantations only flourished a short time as soil exhaustion and caterpillar infestation set in. Dennis Rolle left the area and his property was inherited by his son in 1796, who generously divided up the land among the slaves. In turn, they gratefully adopted his surname, and the area came to be known as Rolle Town. During the 1820s, it was the island’s largest slave settlement. Today, the family name of Rolle accounts for 60 percent of the native population in the Exuma Islands. Also on Little Exuma are the Salt Lakes used for salt mining in the 1800’s.

Stocking Island
Nearby Stocking Island is great to visit for the day as there are many beautiful powdery sand beaches and caves such as Blue Ade Underwater Cave, which is not very deep, with very calm water with lovely shades of blue in the water. And there are nice hiking trails on the island.

This entire area is great for water toy fun, swimming, fishing, walking the beaches, shelling and other Bahamas yacht charter water fun.

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