The Bahamas - Exuma Cays sailing destination
Overview of the Exuma Cays
The string of 365 unspoiled islands and cays Southeast of Nassau referred to as the “Out Islands” and stretches over a 120 mile-long archipelago is Exuma.
These laid-back and uncrowded cruising waters are absolutely ideal for island hopping and exploring long stretches of pristine beaches when you charter a private fully crewed sailing or powerboat. Just like the Caribbean, we suggest an itinerary and anchorages that we recommend to make your Bahama vacation unforgettable.
With favorable weather year-round, these islands have become very popular over recent years and more clients have asked about other destinations.
Winter is a little cooler with temperatures ranging between 70-75F September to May and anchorages are generally less crowded, but the aquamarine waters and the deserted beaches provide for a beautiful private breakaway. Summer is warmer and averages around 80-85F with the steady trade winds blowing all day long making sailing a pleasure.
Due to the North-South layout of this exotic chain of cays, it makes sailing up and down the Exumas very desirable and there are always protected anchorages.
Lots to see and do in this exotic location.
Having a hard time visualizing your crewed yacht vacation in the Bahamas? Take a look at a 7-day sample itinerary to get ideas flowing and plan your trip.
While everything in the Bahamas is stunning, a few things should not be missed. Take a look at our favorite anchorages, restaurants, beach bars and day excursions.