What is included

● Accommodation in air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom

(A/C in service from 8.00 am to 10.00 pm)

● Full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner)

● Drinks (table wine), local aperitifs (punch, rum), fruit juice, sodas

● Service of the crew : 2 persons (captain, steward/cook)

● 2 sets of linen,towels and beach towels per person/week

● Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)

● Insurance for the yacht and the passengers

● Water sports on board : snorkeling equipment, sea kayaks, paddle boards

What is not included

● Airfares

● Transfers airport – base – airport (optional)

● Cash box (mandatory, per person): 185$ USD – To be paid in cash on spot upon arrival, in USD

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Lagoon 620 Crewed

Type: Catamaran

Layout: 6 Cabins / 6 Head(s)

12 Passengers

Bahamas Dream Premium 8 Days / 7 Nights

Day 1 – Saturday: Marsh Harbour

Boarding at 18:00. Dinner and overnight on board in Harbour View Marina.


Day 2 – Sunday: Marsh Harbour – Great Guana Cay

We will gently cruise toward Great Guana Cay where we will drop anchor off a lovely cay in Fishers Bay. Great Guana is

the home of the world famous Nippers Bar with its equally famous Sunday hog roast. Set with a backdrop of a beautiful Atlantic long white beach, Great Guana Cay is perfect for taking long walks and those iconic white sand beach shots that grace the pages of glossy travel magazines. Beach combing, snorkeling, diving (with extra charge) or just walking along the beach – there is something for everyone.


Day 3 – Monday: Great Guana Cay – Treasure Cay

After lunch we will set off to Treasure Cay which is listed in National Geographic’s Top 10 beaches in the World! The sand is incredible. It also has every convenience one could desire including excellent bars and restaurants as well as tennis, golf, swimming and a few shops.


Day 4 – Tuesday: Treasure Cay – Man O’ War

In the morning we set sail for Man O’ War. Man O’ War is a sleepy, but prosperous and beautifully maintained settlement. The Albury family, famous for their Bahamian work boats, continue to build both small and larger vessels in the town. Snorkeling can be found on the ocean side of the island.


Day 5 – Wednesday: Man O’ War – Tahiti Beach – Hope Town

Because we use shallow draft catamarans you are able to step off the boat and wade through crystal blue waters onto Tahiti Beach. The crystal clear waters are shallow and the sand is very soft – is there a better way to get to such a beautiful beach? After lunch, we sail up to Hope Town, which is one of the most picturesque harbors in the Bahamas.

Dominating the town is the well-photographed red and white striped lighthouse, which is one of only three kerosene lighted, manned lighthouses in the world and still in use by sailors in the Bahamas. It also provides amazing panoramic views of your cruising grounds. Hope Town is a charming settlement with a wide selection of shops, restaurants historic museums and homes.


Day 6 – Thursday: Hope Town – South of Abaco

Get up early so we can sail down to the South of Abaco to find our own secluded island. Spend the day laying on the beach or snorkeling the reefs with its abundance of sea life or going down deeper for those who want to dive (with extra charge). There is nothing like having an island all to yourself. Spend your early evening drinking cocktails whilst watching the sunset.


Day 7 – Friday: South of Abaco – Matt Lowe’s Cay – Marsh Harbour

A delicious breakfast and we head back toward Marsh Harbour stopping at Matt Lowe’s Cay. We enjoy swimming in the Sea of Abaco before heading back to our marina for dinner and then perhaps celebrating our fantastic week with the local people whilst listening to local bands nearby.


Day 8 - Saturday : Disembarkation at 9:00

After breakfast it’s time to head home with great memories and anticipation for your next sailing vacation with Dream Yacht Charter and our by the cabin vacations team.


Itinerary subject to modifications without any notice for technical and/or weather reasons.