Bahamas Sailing Vacation and Tall Ship Windjammer Cruise


Bahamas Sailing Vacation and Tall Ship Windjammer Cruise



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7 Days/6 Nights


December 2014 - May 2016


USD 1,299.00 per person


May 14, 2016
Bahamas Sailing Vacation and Tall Ship Windjammer Cruise
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The Liberty Clipper offers sailing vacation windjammer cruises from Nassau. The Bahamas are large grouping of islands that are separated from Miami by the Straits of Florida by about 45-miles at the closed point. The islands extend Eastward into the Atlantic Ocean and make up the winter sailing vacation cruising grounds of the Tall Ship Liberty Clipper. This is an unspoiled island paradise far from the crowds where serenity and natural beauty abound ...

All our Bahamas Sailing Vacation Cruises begin on Sunday afternoon and end on the following Saturday. You're invited to board your windjammer cruise anytime after 5pm on Sunday and get ready for a vacation cruise you'll never forget. The Bahamas are the beginning of the Caribbean Islands - join us as we explore the beautiful waters that are so close to home!

The Liberty Clipper will sail along the island chains in the Bahamas each day of your windjammer cruise. Each night will be spent anchored off a different island as we explore our way through this island chain. Depending upon the itinerary of the cruise you join us for, we will visit remote fishing villages, historic forts and deserted islands with private sand beaches where you can stroll and swim in serenity.


All Bahamas cruises are subject to a port fee.

All prices are per person, based upon double occupancy. Single supplement fees may apply.


Day 1: Where The Ship Sails To ...
Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas

Our Bahamas tall ship cruises start and end in Nassau where you can fly in directly to Nassau International Airport (Airport Code "NAS"). You will be welcomed aboard the ship on Sunday afternoon at 5:00pm. The ship will remain in Nassau for you to explore the area on Sunday night and will set sail the following morning to begin our island hopping adventure! You will be responsible for dinner ashore on Sunday night and we will commence with meal service on Monday morning.

The principal islands that the ship will visit during your cruise may include Eleuthera Island, the Exumas, and smaller unnamed islands. We never know which islands we will visit as the Captain will determine the ultimate course based upon the wind direction and any exciting events that we know of in the area. Each of our sailing cruises is unique and special in this aspect.

Days 2 - 6: The Exumas
Exuma, Bahamas

The Exumas are an archipelago of 365 cays and islands, beginning just 35 miles southeast of Nassau, an exotic collection of tiny jewels set in the most beautiful aquamarine and sapphire water you’ve ever imagined. Great Exuma Island, together with the Exuma Cays offer an amazing variety of possibilities for all water sports. Hidden coves, bays, and harbors throughout are magnets for yachts and sport fishermen. Many of the unnamed beaches and coves of the islands, including extensive offshore reef areas, are included in the protected Exuma National Land and Sea Park of the Bahamas National Trust. Some of the islands on which there are permanent residents and resorts include Staniel Cay (home of the Staniel Cay Yacht Club, a fixture in the Exumas), Fowl Cay, Musha Cay and Iguana Cay. Thunderball Grotto, located just a few hundred yards off Staniel Cay, is one location where the James Bond film Thunderball was filmed. Sandy Cay, just a short boat ride from Little Exuma was the location used for filming the Pirates of the Caribbean beach scenes!

Days 2 - 6: Eleuthera Island
Eleuthera Island, Bahamas

Eleuthera, one of the Bahamas “Out Islands”, is 110 miles long, north to south, and just a few miles wide. Its endless white beaches, colonial villages and pineapple fields always charm visitors. The island faces the Atlantic Ocean on its east side, and the Great Bahama Bank on it west side. Eleuthera started as a coral reef, but unlike many of the islands, and even Florida, its terrain is quite hilly, with some hills as high as 100 feet. The shoreline varies from pink sand beaches to large coral outcroppings extending into aquamarine and azure waters. Eleuthera’s many beaches are considered among the best in the Bahamas. Today, Eleuthera is like an island lost in time, much less developed than Nassau, Freeport or the Abacos. Life moves at a slower pace here, with only 8,000 inhabitants, and a focus on vacationing.

Day 7: Return To Berth
Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas

Your sailing cruise will take you to a new town or new island each day after we've sailed the warm tropical waters. The Liberty Clipper will return to her berth on Nassau early Saturday morning at the completion of your cruise - if you're hooked, you can always extend and stay with us another week in paradise!


  • Sailing
  • Accommodation
  • All meals
  • On-board snorkeling equipment
  • Rowing and sailing boats
  • Inflatable sea kayaks
  • Beach towels

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