Example Yacht Charter Itinerary Nassau to George Town
Day 1: Enjoy the sensation of landing on water as you arrive at Nassau via Chalks Air. Minutes away from the Chalk’s terminal on Paradise Island is Atlantis, where your charter yacht chartered from Taylor’d Yacht Charters is docked. Spend the day exploring The Dig and playing in the water on the many water slides of Atlantis. Sample the casino and the glittering nightlife Atlantis affords.
Day 2: Depart after breakfast for Highborne Cay. Enjoy a leisurely cruise on your boat you have chartered from Taylor’d Yacht Charters. Read a good book, watch a movie, or just laze in a deck chair on the aft deck. Have lunch after you arrive, then spend the afternoon playing on your yacht’s many water toys.
Day 3: Cruise on down to Warderick Wells. Part of the Exuma Land and Sea Park. Falling under the jurisdiction of the Bahamas National Trust, Warderick Wells is kept pristine. Because of the strict regulations (absolutely no fishing),
the waters surrounding it abound with fish and colorful corals. There is a four mile hiking trail for those who really want to get away from everyone!
Day 4: Staniel Cay is the destination for today. Just a short hop on down the Exuma chain, your vessel arrives in plenty of time for a beach picnic. There are so many wonderful beaches on Staniel Cay, you are practically guaranteed to have the entire beach to yourself. Spend the evening at the Staniel Cay Yacht Club, eating dinner at one of the local restaurants, and finishing up with cocktails and tall tales at the bar at the SCYC or on the flybridge of your own chartered yacht from Taylor’d Yacht Charters.
Day 5: Leave Staniel Cay behind for George Town, the largest village in the Exuma Cays. Explore the town, then take your yacht’s tender across Elizabeth Harbor to Stocking Island for an afternoon of snorkeling and exploring. Back to George Town by twilight, with the difficult choice of eating onboard or at The Peace and Plenty Restaurant. Either way, dance the night away at the “jump-up” at the Peace and Plenty.
Day 6: Your captain quietly moves your yacht on down to Flamingo Bay, two miles south, so the fishermen in your party have the opportunity to pit their skills against the elusive bonefish that ghost over the flats. After the fishermen return, head back toward Nassau, stopping at Sampson Cay. The Sampson Cay Club, with its stone architecture, excellent food, and friendly bar is a great place to wind up a week of adventures.