VOYAGE CREW

George Town, Bahamas to Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

HIGHLIGHTS

      

Get Your Bearings

Our 14 night voyage in May 2021 will take us island hopping from George Town in the southern part of the Exumas, through the southern chain of Bahamas Out Islands, and to the island of Providenciales in Turks & Caicos.

Our itinerary during a voyage is very much influenced by the weather and conditions. With our arrival date at our final destination in mind, we’ll rely on weather forecasting to determine which route to take and when we might make our passages between islands. Often we’ll make a passage overnight to ensure arrival during daylight, so we get to enjoy the wonder of sailing under the cover of darkness and a sea of stars!

George Town, Exumas, Bahamas

Voyage crew will fly into George Town on the island of Great Exuma in the Bahamas, from which we’ll begin our voyage. Before we depart we may go snorkeling at a nearby cave or head out to the beachside bar and grill to meet the resident manta rays and dolphins who call it home.

Out Islands, Bahamas

We’ll likely make around seven separate passages between various islands and cays in the southern Out Islands of the Bahamas before arrive in Providenciales. Depending on weather and conditions, most of these passages will each be around 6 – 12 hours in duration, with some of the passages likely to be overnight. This should give us enough flexibility to wait for good weather and spend some time relaxing, playing, and exploring some of the remote islands rarely visited by others.

The southern Out Islands and cays are sparsely populated or completely uninhabited, and many can only be reached by boat. This remoteness has kept the water pristine, the creatures plentiful and curious, and the beaches unburdened by the typical hordes of tourists. We’re certain to enjoy the sugary beaches, sapphire waters, fascinating wildlife, and boundless potential for adventure.

Long Island

Brilliant coral reefs, pristine flats and serene beaches make Long Island a haven for fishing, diving, and boating. Boasting world-class bonefishing and thrilling encounters with sea life, this tranquil island offers a few inland surprises, including Dean’s Blue Hole, the second deepest blue hole in the world, and St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, the oldest church in the country.

Rum Cay

Rum Cay is considered one of the best-kept secrets in the Bahamashome to historical ruins, vivid coral reefs, miles of white sand beaches, and thrilling surf. Just offshore, abundant marine life attracts fishermen, divers, and snorkelers from all around.

Acklins & Crooked Islands

Acklins & Crooked Islands remain almost as natural today as they were hundreds of years ago. Separated by a 500-square-mile lagoon known as the Bight of Acklins, both islands are a haven for boating, bonefishing, snorkeling, and diving.

Samana Cay

Samana Cay is a now-uninhabited island in the Bahamas believed by some researchers to have been the location of Christopher Columbus’s first landfall in the Americas on October 12, 1492. The cay is gorgeous, with long deserted beaches and reefs with an abundance of fish, sharks, and barracuda.

Plana Cays

West Plana Cay is an uninhabited and very lush island with incredible snorkeling and wall diving opportunities off the west shore and excellent beachcombing along the northern shore.

Mayaguana

More isolated and less developed than any other island in The Bahamas, Mayaguana is the ideal getaway for travellers seeking a secluded escape. Whether it’s a footprint-free beach or a far-off fishing spot, the island is the perfect blend of solitude and charm.

Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

We’ll end our voyage in Providenciales, a glamorous island which has a bevy of beach restaurants and clubs, as well as memorable activities like jet-skiing and horseback riding along the coast. Home to one of the world’s most stunning shorelines, the 7-mile long Grace Bay Beach, there are plenty of world-class snorkeling and dive sites both within the calm bay and outside of the protective barrier reef.

After celebrating the conclusion of our adventurous voyage together, crew will depart from the airport on Providenciales.

Joining This Voyage

The all-inclusive rates to join our crew for this 14 night voyage are $3,500 for one person in a private queen cabin, or $5,600 for two people sharing a queen cabin.

We’ll work with you and the rest of the crew to nail down exact start and end dates in May 2021 within the preceding two months.

Please check out our Voyage Crew page for additional information about this experience.

 

Get Your Bearings

Our 14 night voyage in May 2021 will take us island hopping from George Town in the southern part of the Exumas, through the southern chain of Bahamas Out Islands, and to the island of Providenciales in Turks & Caicos.

Our itinerary during a voyage is very much influenced by the weather and conditions. With our arrival date at our final destination in mind, we’ll rely on weather forecasting to determine which route to take and when we might make our passages between islands. Often we’ll make a passage overnight to ensure arrival during daylight, so we get to enjoy the wonder of sailing under the cover of darkness and a sea of stars!

George Town, Exumas, Bahamas

Voyage crew will fly into George Town on the island of Great Exuma in the Bahamas, from which we’ll begin our voyage. Before we depart we may go snorkeling at a nearby cave or head out to the beachside bar and grill to meet the resident manta rays and dolphins who call it home.

Out Islands, Bahamas

We’ll likely make around seven separate passages between various islands and cays in the southern Out Islands of the Bahamas before arrive in Providenciales. Depending on weather and conditions, most of these passages will each be around 6 – 12 hours in duration, with some of the passages likely to be overnight. This should give us enough flexibility to wait for good weather and spend some time relaxing, playing, and exploring some of the remote islands rarely visited by others.

The southern Out Islands and cays are sparsely populated or completely uninhabited, and many can only be reached by boat. This remoteness has kept the water pristine, the creatures plentiful and curious, and the beaches unburdened by the typical hordes of tourists. We’re certain to enjoy the sugary beaches, sapphire waters, fascinating wildlife, and boundless potential for adventure.

Long Island

Brilliant coral reefs, pristine flats and serene beaches make Long Island a haven for fishing, diving, and boating. Boasting world-class bonefishing and thrilling encounters with sea life, this tranquil island offers a few inland surprises, including Dean’s Blue Hole, the second deepest blue hole in the world, and St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, the oldest church in the country.

Rum Cay

Rum Cay is considered one of the best-kept secrets in the Bahamashome to historical ruins, vivid coral reefs, miles of white sand beaches, and thrilling surf. Just offshore, abundant marine life attracts fishermen, divers, and snorkelers from all around.

Acklins & Crooked Islands

Acklins & Crooked Islands remain almost as natural today as they were hundreds of years ago. Separated by a 500-square-mile lagoon known as the Bight of Acklins, both islands are a haven for boating, bonefishing, snorkeling, and diving.

Samana Cay

Samana Cay is a now-uninhabited island in the Bahamas believed by some researchers to have been the location of Christopher Columbus’s first landfall in the Americas on October 12, 1492. The cay is gorgeous, with long deserted beaches and reefs with an abundance of fish, sharks, and barracuda.

Plana Cays

West Plana Cay is an uninhabited and very lush island with incredible snorkeling and wall diving opportunities off the west shore and excellent beachcombing along the northern shore.

Mayaguana

More isolated and less developed than any other island in The Bahamas, Mayaguana is the ideal getaway for travellers seeking a secluded escape. Whether it’s a footprint-free beach or a far-off fishing spot, the island is the perfect blend of solitude and charm.

Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

We’ll end our voyage in Providenciales, a glamorous island which has a bevy of beach restaurants and clubs, as well as memorable activities like jet-skiing and horseback riding along the coast. Home to one of the world’s most stunning shorelines, the 7-mile long Grace Bay Beach, there are plenty of world-class snorkeling and dive sites both within the calm bay and outside of the protective barrier reef.

After celebrating the conclusion of our adventurous voyage together, crew will depart from the airport on Providenciales.

Joining This Voyage

The all-inclusive rates to join our crew for this 14 night voyage are $3,500 for one person in a private queen cabin, or $5,600 for two people sharing a private queen cabin.

We’ll work with you and the rest of the crew to nail down exact start and end dates in May 2021 within the preceding two months.

Please check out our Voyage Crew page for additional information about this experience.

 

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