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Bahamas Ocean Yacht Rentals(7)

7 Results
$2,643 - $2,750
per night
4 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
4 - 7 night minimum stay
(11)
$121 - $193
per night
3 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
3 - 7 night minimum stay
(15)
  • Studio,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
4 night minimum stay
2 Reviews
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
7 night minimum stay
  • 1 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
3 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 7
  • 4 BR,
  • 4 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
2 Reviews
 

Recent Bahamas Reviews

Best Vacation EVER

5 of 5
We spent our 14th Anniversary aboard the Manzy with Luc and his mate Maggie. By way of introduction, we are pretty well versed Caribbean travelers, having been to numerous islands and stayed at multiple 5 star all inclusive resorts. All week we kept asking ourselves “why did we wait so long to do this?” We arrived at the marina on Saturday morning, and shortly thereafter we set off on a course towards the Exumas. The weather that first day was a little rainy and cool, but that didn’t dampen our excitement or hinder the immediate de-stressing that being on the water will do. A few hours later, we arrived at Highbourne Cay, a pristine private island with a fab marina, little grocery and a good restaurant. Bicycles were free and we spent hours exploring beaches where we were the only people on them. Each day we set off for a new adventure, and our wonderful Captain Luc made sure our itinerary included plenty of memorable experiences. We snorkeled in Thunderball Grotto, visited the swimming pigs on Big Major Cay, fed iguanas and kayaked through mangroves. Snorkeling in the Bahamas is unparalleled, with untouched reefs teaming with all kinds of fish. A couple times we ventured to the “ocean side” of the islands where my husband took a stab at fishing. Each time he had Mahi Mahi on the line, but ended up losing both of them before they could make it to our plates. No matter, Luc had lobster in the freezer :) A couple of nights we were docked at a marina, some nights we were just moored out in the middle of the Caribbean tucked behind an island. We were concerned about sea sickness but neither of us had any issues at all. The boat itself is beautifully kept and spacious. We had picked out our grocery list in advance so our meals were the selections of our choice, but an unexpected bonus was Maggie’s love of cooking and her ability to turn our ordinary ingredients into restaurant quality fare. All in all, despite our extensive travels we both agreed this was the best vacation we ever experienced. I will never again set foot on a ginormous cruise ship with thousands of people when I can get back on the Manzy and travel (in high style!) to beaches that are uninhabited and we are the only visitors. My only concern in writing this rave review is that I will have difficulty securing future reservations, so Luc – keep an annual reservation for us! Thank you Luc and my new BFF Maggie for making it to the top spot in our vacation record book!
  • Submitted: Mar 10, 2013
  • Stayed: Feb 2013

We'd go back in a heartbeat!

5 of 5
My husband & I stayed at Sandy Beach Villas for nearly a week with another couple. The 2-bedroom villa had plenty of space, everything was clean and we had everything we needed. We could hear the surf from our bedroom, what a treat! Steve is an EXCELLENT host who goes above the call of duty to make sure his guests enjoy their stay. He provided us with snorkelling gear, spears for lobster hunting (which was a huge success - fresh lobster for dinner two nights in a row! Once courtesy of Steve's mother who lives across the street & is a fantastic cook, and the second night we cooked them ourselves in our amply supplied kitchen), took us out on his boat to fish and snorkel the blue holes, gave us plenty of fishing advice, made kayaks available... couldn't ask for a better host. Pelican Point is a good hour outside of Freeport/Lucaya, so you'll need a rental car (& map!) and should stock up on food/bottled water before you drive out to the villas. Food is pricey since it's all imported, so we brought plenty of 'camping snacks' from home too. The advantage of this distance is that you won't be fighting crowds for beach space and you'll get to explore miles of beach and ocean without seeing a soul; if you need lots of city entertainment/ night life provided you might be happier staying at a big resort. The beach itself is perfect - miles of white sand, crystal clear water, and many other beaches to explore within walking or driving distance. About 50ft down the beach from the Villas is a restaurant/bar (fairly new, I believe) called Bahama John's, where you can find some of the best BBQ and seafood you will ever eat. Bring cash if you plan to try it out (and we strongly recommend that you do!). We left our 2yo daughter at home with grandparents this time, but we could easily have brought her along. The Villas are so close to the beach, and everyone we met was so friendly and kind, that I would've felt totally comfortable leaving her inside napping and going to lay out in the hammock! Pretty kid-proof inside too. This is probably not a wheelchair-accessible vacation, if that's something you need to consider, since all the Villas do have steps leading to the front & back porches, and paths are sandy not paved. Other than that, we'd recommend Sandy Beach Villas to anyone, and would love to go back! We felt so refreshed by the end of our time there, not only by the stunning surrounding but also the hospitality of our Bahamian hosts. Thanks, Steve!!
  • Submitted: Mar 29, 2011
  • Stayed: Mar 2011