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Man O War Cay

Man-O-War Cay, like New Plymouth, was originally a Loyalist settlement and the population remains fiercely loyal to the British crown. The picturesque village is very conservative; a dry island with three churches to cater to a population of only three hundred Bahamians and one hundred and fifty foreign families.  Located on the north side of Great Abaco Island, Man-O-War Cay is a long, narrow island, about 2 ½ miles (4 km) long and only 10 metres wide at its narrowest point.

Facilities for visiting charterers are comprehensive here. Man-O-War Cay is somewhere that has based its economy on boatbuilding and servicing the yachts that have been stopping here for years. There are grocers, gift shops and restaurants. Man-O-War Cay can be explored easily by bike or golf cart which is how the locals get around.

Watch out for the infamous Miss Lola and her golf cart, laden with her freshly baked cinnamon buns which some might consider one of the gourmet highlights of a Man-O-War yacht charter. Snorkelling, beach-combing and bone fishing are just a hint of things that can be enjoyed here.



  • There are two main anchorages on Man-O-War Cay, sharing a common entrance on the east side of the island
  • The south harbour is more remote and there is a wider range of marina facilities at the north harbour, which also has moorings

To Do:

  • Snorkelling
  • Fishing


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