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Manjack Cay

Manjack Cay is an uninhabited island to the west of Green Turtle Cay known for excellent shark and bone fishing off its north-western tip. The beaches are stunning; sugar white sands covered in extraordinarily beautiful and diverse shells, including conch, seem to stretch for miles along the turquoise shallow waters.

There’s no finer place for a leisurely picnic in a secluded cove and an afternoon chilling out in the sun. There are rarely crowds but there are a few picnic tables and a small shelter from bugs that is known as the Manjack Hilton! The shallow waters are home to a wide variety of tropical fish and other marine life. On a Manjack Cay yacht charter you can expect to see small amberjack, "Ol' Wives", needlefish, starfish, ray and dolphins. On the south-eastern side of the island, a dock leads to a clearly-marked Nature Trail which is well worth exploring and takes in everything from Poisonwood to the native Gummilemmi Tree. 

After about a quarter of an hour on the nature trail you will come to the Manjack look-out tower, from which there are incredible views of the Atlantic Coastline.  



  • There are four or five sturdy moorings on the north end of Manjack but the water here is only 5 feet deep at low tide so be careful!
  • There is another dock on the south-eastern side of the island and several secure anchorages

To Do:

  • Swim
  • Snorkel
  • Walk the nature trail
  • Fishing