The grand finale of Marine Max rendezvous to Resorts World-Bimini was the end of the summer/back to school vacation that was a splendid trip for all.
InterMarine Boats of Florida led a 12-day sea adventure through the islands of The Bahamas that brought 100 people and 20 boats to marinas.
A new $6 million state-of-the-art 90-slip marina – capable of handling vessels up to 150 feet in length – is slated to open by mid-June in the heart of historic Nassau.
Jerry Willis, 71 and Frank Saunders, 86 were aiming to take the vessel to the Bahamas from Port St. Lucie, Florida but they hit bad weather and washed up on a beach in Florida.
Charter options in The Bahamas are as abundant as the 700-plus islands and cays and like the islands themselves, there’s a charter option to suit every personality.
The first Blind Boat Challenge event will be held on October 13 and 14, featuring a blind man driving a boat with a one-legged amputee waterskiing behind.
The upcoming 59th National Annual Family Island Regatta is a “premier” event for the entire season of Bahamian sloop sailing and attracts more skippers, boats and sailors than any other regatta.
A survey by the nautical news site, The Triton, reveals that many Bahamian customs agents are crooked, expecting and receiving bribes and delivering service based on gratuities.
21-year-old Navy veteran and bartender from Port St. Lucie Kyle Jackson, a novice kayaker, intends to paddle his kayak from Florida to Grand Bahama – if successful, he’ll be the first to accomplish the feat.