By the Caribbean Journal staff
As relief and recovery efforts continue in Abaco and Grand Bahama, the remainder of The Bahamas has quickly relaunched its vital tourism economy.
And that includes The Bahamas’ vast collection of marinas and most of its largest marinas.
Indeed, 19 marinas and yacht clubs are open right now in The Bahamas, according to a statement from the Association of Bahamas Marinas.
“The single most important thing that the boating and yachting community can do for The Bahamas and its people is to come visit,” the Association said in a statement released on Monday. “We welcome all of our past, current and future guests to start making plans for this upcoming boating and yachting season. From Long Island to Exuma to Eleuthera to Bimini, the Bahamian people welcome you with open arms.”
The marinas include:
Bimini Big Game Club, Nassau
Bimini Sands, Nassau
Bay Street Marina, Nassau
Hurricane Hole, Nassau
Nassau Yacht Haven
Palm Cay, Nassau
French Leave, Eleuthera
Romora Bay, Harbour Island
Valentines Marina, Harbour Island
Highbourne Cay, Exuma
Marina at Emerald Bay, Exuma
Staniel Cay Yacht Club, Exuma
Hawks Nest, Cat Island
Flying Fish Marina, Long Island
For more, visit Bahamas Marinas.