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Little Harbour

Little Harbour, located on the east side of Great Abaco Island, is a picturesque and secluded village that has been home to a community of artists since the 1950s, when Randolph and Margot Johnston and their three sons made their home here. Randolph Johnston was best known for his bronzes using the lost wax casting method. Since his death his son Peter and grandson Tyler have maintained the foundry established by Randolph, using it to create  life-size marine bronzes, furniture and jewellery inspired by the local flora and fauna. The foundry and accompanying gallery and shop are open to the public.

Little Harbour is surrounded by a beautiful sandy beach and offers a protected anchorage, overlooked by a deserted lighthouse. Pete’s Pub, located on the beach and owned by Pete Johnston, serves lunch (be sure to try the fish burgers!) and a legendary rum punch. It’s the ideal place to sit for an hour or three, watching the world go by. On a Little Harbour yacht charter the surf booms and the balmy trade winds blow as they have done since the beginning of time.

Porpoises and sea turtles swim in the clear blue waters of the harbour and on its western side there are genuine pirate caves at the foot of the cliffs that are worth exploring. North Beach has a magnificent coral reef that makes for a fascinating snorkelling spot. The bone-fishing is excellent in Bight of Old Robinson.



  • Moorings are available
  • The anchorage at Little Harbour is only 5 to 8 feet (2 -3 metres) deep and has a sandy bottom
  • Some areas are grassy and the holding can be tricky
  • Dinghy dockage is available.

To Do:

  • Visit the foundry
  • Snorkel
  • Relax
  • Fish