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Gay Group Trip: Bahamas Sailing

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TRIP SUMMARY

Ever wished you could sail around the beautiful Bahamas? Then this is the group trip for you! With the chance to see some of the spectacular islands including Green Turtle Cay, Little Harbour and Elbow Cay as well as meeting some amazing new friends; why wouldn't you get yourself on this trip to paradise?

time difference

TIME DIFFERENCE

hours behind the UK

flight time

FLIGHT TIME

hours direct from UK

Available Dates : 31st March 2018

Arrival to The Bahamas

Upon arrival to The Bahamas, you'll be welcomed by the captain who will talk you through the exciting experience you have to look forward to followed by your first dinner with your fellow voyagers.

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Great Guana Cay

Today will be an early start where your adventure starts at Fowl Cay Marine Park for a fun-filled day of snorkelling with a crystal clear view of the life under the sea. Next, you'll carry on your journey to Great Guana Cay where you'll get to feel the pristine white sand between your toes as you'll stop off to get a taste of the delicious cuisine at the local restaurants which have unforgettable views of the Sea of Abaco.

Green Turtle Cay

Today you'll be on route to Green Turtle Cay where you'll get to learn more about the area, including a stop off at New Plymouth and its museum, more delicious restaurants and stunning sculpture gardens. On the way, you'll get to stop for lunch at the Nomane Cay and see the wonderful wild swimming pigs, a great addition to be enjoyed as well as the picturesque views. 

Manjack Cay

Today you'll visit Manjack Cay where you'll get to swim, snorkel and discover the lovely nature walks and beaches before heading off to Treasure Cay where you'll get to immerse yourself in the amazing crescent shaped white beach and all its beauty stretching over three miles.  

Hope Town

Today your journey will take you to Hope Town Habour, a beautiful location with many charming galleries, restaurants, and boutiques. What's more is that you'll get to see the spectacular Elbow Reef Lighthouse, one of the most recognisable landmarks in the Abaco.

Little Harbour

Today will enable you to experience the phenomenal scuba diving and snorkelling at the Pelican Cays Land and Sea Park as well as witnessing the undersea caves and vast bird/marine life at Sandy Cay. Following this, you'll arrive at your final destination for the day, Little Harbour, where you'll get time for a much-needed relax. Little Harbour is a secluded anchorage where you can sit and take in your beautiful surroundings as well as witnessing the sea porpoises and turtles swim alongside you.

Elbow Cay

For your last full day in the Bahamas, you'll go on a journey to Elbow Cay. Before arriving there you'll cruise through the amazing channel between Lubbers Quarters Cay, a plush private island, and Elbow Cay; here you'll discover the terrific Tahiti Beach and its must see enormous starfish which you'll be able to witness from the deck of the yacht. After this amazing site, you'll anchor at Elbow Cay for some gourmet dining by the gorgeous beach.

Departure

Today you'll cruise back to Marsh Harbour where you'll transfer back to the airport for your flight home.

F.A.Q.

What airport do I need to fly to? Marsh Harbour Airport

How long is the transfer from Marsh Harbour Airport? It is only a short journey from Marsh Harbour Airport to the marina.

Do I need to have previous sailing experience? No not at all, you can learn as much or as little as you'd like, there's always the option to help the skipper with mooring the ship or alternatively, you can sunbathe and take in the beautiful rays.

Can I still go on the cruise if I suffer from sea sickness? Yes, of course, medication is sold on board if necessary but most of the routes the cruises take are between islands meaning that there is a low chance of violent waves.

What should I bring with me? It is advised that you bring a small bag that can be folded if possible due to the limited space (suitcases not advised). Summer clothing, swimwear, a warmer jumper for the cooler evenings, toiletries and a rucksack to take ashore.

What proportion of guests are singles and couples? The cruises usually consist of 30% couples and 70% singles.

Is there a single supplement? You can book a cabin for yourself at an extra charge, however, if the trip is fully booked you will be asked to share a cabin (usually a bunk bed or twin beds).













Travel Info

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