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Setting sail from Nassau
Nassau, the lively Bahamian capital, is home to duty free shopping, a burgeoning restaurant scene and elegant, pink-hued Georgian architecture. There are some interesting museums where you can learn about the pirates and slave traders of yesteryear, and the surrounding coastline boasts some truly stunning beaches.
The Bimini Islands are the closest part of the Bahamas to the US mainland, made up of two main islands and a number of smaller cays. The islands are known for their stunning beaches, big game fishing and history of rum-running during the Prohibition era. Ernest Hemingway was also a regular visitor.
Bahamas: Harbour Island
Harbour Island is renowned for its beautiful pink sand beaches and colonial architecture, which dates back to the arrival of Loyalist settlers following the American Revolutionary War. The only town on the island, Dunmore Town, is named after John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, a Scottish peer and colonial governor of Virginia and the Bahamas.
Bahamas: Great Exuma Island
Bahamas: Cockburn Town (San Salvador Island)
Bahamas: Clarence Town (Long Island)
Long Island lives up to its name, 80 miles long but just 4 miles wide. The rugged east coast is exposed to the crashing waves of the Atlantic, while the sandy western shore is lapped by calmer turquoise waters. Highlights include stunning white sand beaches, historic churches and labyrinthine cave systems.
Arriving in Nassau
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