Andros Yacht Charter
Andros is the largest island of The Bahamas and the fifth-largest island in the Caribbean. Its miles of deserted beaches and freshwater lakes play host to countless species of wildlife, marine life, flora and fauna.
Here, you’ll find the world’s third-largest fringing barrier reef, mesmerizing blue holes, the Tongue of the Ocean (a mile-deep abyss teeming with vibrant marine life) and numerous species of flora and fauna.
Vast areas of wetlands cover Andros which not only provide a wide diversity of wildlife but also perfect environments for bone fishing.
Andros is an idyllic family vacation destination offering a wide range of activities for children to enjoy including sheltered snorkeling sites, exploring pirate coves, investigating forests and marshes and picturesque beaches for swimming and picnics.
Frequent domestic and international service is available via scheduled and charter airlines to four airports on Andros.
Yacht Charter Info
The island is within 3 hours sailing from Nassau and 4 hours from the Berry Islands, making it a convenient destination from either.
Andros is also an ideal stop-off on longer island-hopping charters.
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- If you’re an eco-traveler, kayaker, bird watcher, hiker, snorkeler, diver or fisher, Andros should be on your itinerary.
- The Andros dive experience ranges from shallow water, wreck and blue-hole dives to dramatic wall dives off the 6,000-feet-deep Tongue of the Ocean. Find endless fascination entering the blue holes found all over the island.
- Andros' abundant natural resources include the Westside National Park, nursery for numerous marine and wildlife species. The island is a birdwatcher's paradise and the winding creeks and wetlands hide protected wildlife and flora.
- Quiet stretches of pristine gold and pink powder-soft sand beaches line the eastern shore of Andros. Beaches have coconut trees with hammocks, nature-based and water-sports activities, or are fringed with casuarinas and palm trees.