Catamaran Cruise Bahamas: March, April
The adventure begins as we sail along the gorgeous Bahamas Islands on a 52 feet catamarans. This beauty has room for 14 guests. The first week will be normal gay clothes optional week, the second week will be more fun because it will be a gay nude cruise. Additionally, this GaySail Exclusive cruise includes the services of a gay skipper, gay cook/co-skipper, breakfast, lunch, soft drinks, harbor fees, gasoline, cleaning, and taxes.
The Bahamas, located to the southeast of Florida are infamous for being the most desired destination for gay travelers searching for an intimate paradise. The Bahamas have over 700 islands which are overflowing with natural beauty composed of gorgeous beaches, green hills, beautiful forests and of course the laid-back island culture. Furthermore, tradewinds dance across the sheltered waters adding to the region’s popularity as a sailing destination. You can take part in countless activities, which range from visiting historic sites, snorkeling, and lastly testing local dishes. These plus more activities which will, of course, fill your days with unforgettable memories.
- Explore one of the most sought out destinations on the planet
- Experience the Bahamas in the most intimate way possible
- Swim in the gorgeous Sea of Abaco
- See gorgeous white-sand beaches of the Bahamas
- Taste the exquisite local cuisines
Day 1: Marsh Harbor.
We will start boarding at 5:30 pm. The captain and cook will give you a warm welcome with a drink and will show you to your cabin.
Day 2: Great Guana Cay.
We will get underway early for an excellent start to the first full day of our Bahamas adventure, which will take us to Fowl Cay Marine Park. The snorkeling experience at this park is great. After enjoying the sea life on the reef, we will continue to Settlement Harbor, a tree-lined cove at Great Guana Cay. The location offers a breathtaking view of the sunset.
Day 3: Green Turtle Cay.
Today we will briefly head into the Atlantic as we will sail northwest past Whale Cay, then duck back inside and sail nearly west to clear the shoals before returning northwest again to approach our lunch stop at Noname Cay, with the infamous swimming pigs. After lunch, we move on to Green Turtle Cay. Whereas the first two nights of your Bahamas itinerary were spent in solitude, today we will get to mingle with the locals and try some exquisite cuisine.
Day 4: Treasure Cay.
Today we will head out early for our last leg north in the Sea of Abaco to swim, snorkel, or simply enjoy the beaches and nature walk on Manjack Cay. Which is a sail of about 5 nautical miles. The locals pronounce Manjack as “Munjack” or “Nunjack” and it’s a pleasant spot. After the rest, we will go southwards for Treasure Cay, known for its hotel and world-famous white-sand beach arching in a crescent for over three miles.
Day 5: Hope Town.
Today we will sail for about 15 miles to get to Point Set Rock, a track that guarantees swift and smooth sailing in a balmy northeasterly breeze. Elbow Reef Lighthouse stands above the deep shore, a landmark in these waters for well over a century. Hope Town Harbour is almost landlocked, has full-service marinas, and various attractions, which include excellent restaurants. A museum, art galleries, boutiques, a bakery, a dive shop, and other businesses are in Hope Town, which is limited to pedestrian traffic only.
Day 6: Little Harbour.
Today our adventure takes us westward to clear the shoals extending out from Lubbers Quarters Cay. After which we continue the southern leg of our Bahamas journey to the beautiful snorkeling and scuba diving at the Pelican Cays Land and Sea Park. This area of the Abacos has about 150 varieties of birds, sea creatures, and plants. South on Great Abaco, we’ll discover Little Harbour, a removed anchorage that is famous for being home to a small art colony. You can unwind aboard and observe sea turtles swimming near the yacht, then we go ashore to dine at an exquisite restaurant which also features an Art gallery.
Day 7: Elbow Cay.
On this day, we head north for the last full day of your Bahamas adventure. Today we’ll turn north toward Lubbers Quarters Cay, a 300-acre secluded island that has a few homes and cottages. A channel runs between Lubbers and Elbow cays, where you’ll find magnificent Tahiti Beach and its resident giant starfish.
Day 8: Final Morning.
The final day of your gay sailing cruise will be a memorable sail north and then westward back to the Marina. We will be back by 10 A.M.
Departure in 2018
March 31st – April 7th, 2018
Price per person
cost includes harbor fees, gasoline, cleaning and taxes. Also included is breakfast, lunch and non-alcoholic drinks.
Extra charges will include alcoholic drinks, dinners, and custom and national park fees.
52 feet Catamaran
This cruise takes place on a 52 feet catamaran. The catamaran has enough space to host 14 guests. With a smaller ship and with a small number of guests, you will get to know each and every person on the ship. You will be able to connect with other guests as well as the crew.