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Green Turtle Cay

The charming picture-postcard village of New Plymouth is the best known of Green Turtle Cay’s attractions and, when you have you had your fill of exploring its history, it’s time to explore the rest of what this beautiful and unspoilt island has to offer. A Green Turtle Cay yacht charter allows you to discover secluded coves alive with the ghosts of seventeenth century pirates and wonderful beaches. Coco Beach is a place of serene beauty with a crescent-shaped beach lined with casuarina pine trees, and Ocean Beach has exceptional reef snorkelling.

The pristine, turquoise waters offer fantastic deep-sea fishing and diving experiences.  Two marinas attached to resorts at the northern end of the island offer a warm, Bahamian welcome to visiting sailors.  The historic Bluff House Resort is set in twelve acres of grounds and has its own private beach.  At the Bluff House Marina on White Sound, which has recently been renovated, the Jolly Roger Bar and Grill has its own pool and good facilities open to sailors on a Green Turtle Cay boat charter.

The Green Turtle Marina also has excellent facilities, plus live music (don’t miss the Gully Roosters if you’re passing through on a Wednesday night!) and you’re bound to make a few new friends at the nightly Happy Hour. Both resorts are renowned for the quality of their food offering, with both fine dining and more casual options. There’s always plenty of excellent seafood. If you are lucky enough to find yourself on Green Turtle Cay on New Year’s Day you will experience the island’s Junkanoo – the Bahamas’ version of Mardi Gras, Carnival and Mako Jumby all rolled into one riotous day of music, colour and madness. Elaborate crepe paper costumes, goatskin drums and conch horns are the order of the day and the partying continues into the early hours.



  • The Bluff House Marina has 45 slips
  • The Green Turtle Club has 40
  • There are anchorages at Coco Beach, White Sound and Bluff Harbour
  • Dinghy dockage is available in most places

To Do:

  • Swimming pool and resort facilities
  • Snorkelling
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Diving


  • Bars and Restaurants
  • Fuel
  • Wi-fi
  • Water
  • Ice
  • Showers and toilets
  • Laundry facilities