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South Florida Boat Rental in the Bahamas

South Florida Boat Rental, Yacht Charters in the Bahamas  - The Bahamas is a coral-based archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. Its 700-plus islands and cays range from uninhabited to packed with resorts. The northernmost, Grand Bahama, and Paradise Island, home to many large-scale hotels, are among the best known.
  1. Lonely Island in the Bahamas
    Lonely Island in the Bahamas
  2. Pig Beach in the Bahamas
    Pig Beach in the Bahamas
Scuba diving and snorkeling sites include the massive Andros Barrier Reef, Thunderball Grotto (used in James Bond films) and the black-coral gardens off Bimini. Endless crystal turquoise water beguiles the senses and invites you to explore vibrant coral reefs beneath its surface in this quintessential island paradise. Nassau is known for its casinos, Junkanoo festival, duty-free shopping and exotic adventures while The Exumas draw those seeking more outdoor pursuits, including boating, sportfishing, and snorkeling. It's easy to see why everyone says "It's Better in the Bahamas." The country is officially named The Commonwealth of The Bahamas. The word  Bahamas is of Spanish origin and means 'Shallow Water'. They are located in the Atlantic Ocean, not the Caribbean Sea. Wildlife in the Bahamas contains various species. Many different breeds of crabs can be found on the beaches. Hermit and Cardisoma guanhumi are two of the land crabs to be noted frequently in the island. The wild horses of Abaco are famous in The Bahamas. During a tour of the Bahamas, tourists can come across various other species including the Bahamas Hutia, numerous frogs, rocky raccoon, snails such as Cerion, cicada, blind cave fish, ants, and reptiles. Bahamas Wildlife features a wide range of amazing birds. Parrots and pigeons are two of the most common and popular birds found in The Bahamas.  The Bahamas is also home to numerous aquatic life. Sharks, manatees, dolphins, frogfish, angelfish, starfish and turtles can be viewed in the waters surrounding The Bahamas. Apart from numerous species of fish, tourists can spot several types of worms also. The coastal Bahamas is defined by its shallow waters and it is distinguishable from most other Island areas of the Caribbean for this reason. ‘Bahamas’ actually equates to ‘shallow water’ in old Spanish. Shallow coastal water is a double-edged sword for tourism because although it often means the scenery, beaches, anchorages, and landscapes are scenic and perfect for water-based activities it also means yachts with deep draughts cannot easily cruise the area. One solution is catamarans and another is shallow draught motor yachts. There are a number of shallow boats based in the area and typically shallow boats visit in larger numbers than deeper ones. Accordingly, visiting and local yacht charter boats tend to also have shallow keels.