The islands of the Bahamas have lured and captivated seafarers for centuries, enchanting both settlers and traders alike. Explorer Christopher Columbus landed on San Salvador in 1492 and declared it to be a ‘baja mar’ or ‘shallow sea’ – and hence The Bahamas gained its name. The Abacos is a 120-mile boomerang-shaped chain of islands and cays in the northern Bahamas, each as stunning as the next. Boasting endless beaches and coves, lush forests, authentic culture and stunning coral reefs, the Abacos are an often overlooked jewel of the Bahamas. Once famous for their shipbuilding heritage, the islands still welcome large numbers of visiting yachts keen to explore the stunning cruising grounds. The main islands of Great Abaco and Little Abaco form “the mainland,” with plenty to see and do both onshore and on the water. With sheltered waters and schools of tropical fish dancing beneath the surface, a cruise to the Abacos is a paradise for divers and snorkellers.
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