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Treasure Cay

Treasure Cay is home to one of National Geographic’s Top Ten beaches in the world and it’s easy to see why – it’s a picture-perfect, crescent-shaped, white-sand beach that stretches over three miles (five km) just crying out to be enjoyed. It never seems to get too crowded either, which just adds to the experience and makes a stop-over here one of the highlights of a Treasure Cay yacht charter.

As well as swimming and sunbathing, the beach has a good range of watersports facilities including a number of dive shops which will arrange a scuba diving excursion if you don’t have your own equipment. The Treasure Cay Marina rents out windsurf boards and hobie cats if you fancy a bit of a blast. Fishing is big on Treasure Cay, particularly sport-fly and bone-fishing, with marlin, tuna, yellowfin, snapper, barracuda, grouper and wahoo all there for the catching. The island hosts the annual Treasure Cay Billfish Championships in May.

On land there is an eighteen-hole championship golf course at the Treasure Cay Golf Club (it’s the only golf course in the Abacos and is something of a draw in this neck of the woods) and several excellent tennis courts. And if that all sounds too energetic, you can always take time out and hit the Tipsy Seagull for a few drinks and shoot the breeze with other sailors who have gone in search of liquid sustenance. The Spinnaker has a pretty good American and Bahamian menu.



  • The Treasure Cay Marina has moorings available for a fee
  • There is anchorage space available with good holding
  • Dinghy dockage is available

To Do:

  • Watersports
  • Fishing


  • Bars and restaurants
  • Fuel
  • Showers
  • Water
  • Laundry
  • Provisions