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Sunsail launches Exuma base to make sailing in The Bahamas possible

by Liberty Ash 7 Oct 2019 15:00 UTC
Sunsail launches Exuma base in Nassau, The Bahamas © Sunsail

Sunsail, the yacht charter company of choice for sailors, today announced new Exuma charters in Nassau, The Bahamas.

Sunsail offers bareboat yacht charters through the islands of Exuma that stretch 100 miles north-south through the heart of The Bahamas. With the reputation as a luxury travel destination, Exuma is the perfect destination to sail the newest additions to the Sunsail catamaran fleet, the Sunsail Lagoon 424 and Sunsail 454W. Each sleeping up to 10 people, the catamarans combine the comfort and livability of home with high performance when under sail.

"Our suggested Exuma charter itinerary takes you from Nassau to as far south as Big Major Cay to as far north as Highboure Cay. In addition to two free sailing days, charterers have the option to explore five unique cays, each with their own charm and island vibe," said Josie Tucci, vice president of sales and marketing.

The archipelago features anchorages along untouched beaches, year-round sailing conditions, and one of the largest protected marine parks in the world, Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park.

To book a charter holiday in Exuma, including flights, please talk to a Holiday Planner on 0330 332 1165 or book online at www.sunsail.co.uk.

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