About 50 miles east of Nassau is a 90-mile long spit of land that has become the center of one of the most popular cruising grounds in the world. Eleuthera offers the best of both worlds. It’s a place where skippers and their crews can get lost for as long as they want, and also a place where they’ll find the best amenities that civilization has to offer.
Just northwest of Eleuthera is the site of one of the oldest watering holes in the Western Hemisphere, Spanish Wells. Located on St. George’s Cay, Spanish Wells is home to the Spanish Wells Yacht Haven, a fine facility in a picturesque community.
Off the northeast coast of Eleuthera is Harbour Island and Dunmore Town, one of the Bahamas earliest capitals. Beautiful pink-sand beaches and fine facilities make it a great stop for boaters.