KAYAKING, SCUBA DIVING, FISHING, AND KITEBOARDING CHARTERS
Our catamaran yachts carry two single person kayak on board. Kayak in the warm, clear waters of locations such as the Out Islands, Exumas National Land and Sea Park, Turtle Lagoon, Mystery Cave, and Jacques Cousteau's dive site, the Blue Hole.
Paddle out in the Bahamas, as Captain Craig Doring and his staff cater an evening cuisine such as grilled mahi-mahi, special spicy lobster marinara, or fresh crack conch chowder. Return aboard our catamarans and fill your appetite while reminiscing the sites of that day.
The Bahamas offers a vast underwater landscape for all types of scuba diving, whether it be shallow coral reef diving or underwater shipwreck explorations. Popular scuba sites in the Bahamas include: Rose Island Reefs, Gambier Deep Reef, Lost Ocean Hole, the Booby Rock Channel, and the Goulding Reef Cays.
Captain Craig Doring is an experienced master diver and scuba instructor. He has his PADI license as a scuba instructor, and can reveal his favorite diving destinations around the Exumas Islands and eleuthera. The Amazing Grace comes stocked with scuba equipment.
FISHING & HAWAIIAN SPEARFISHING
The clear waters and various species of fish and sea life make the Bahamas a favorite spot for Hawaiian spearfishing. Hawaiian slings are allowed as the sole spearfishing device in the Bahamas. Regulations allow only free dive spearfishing. Typical sea life to spearfish include mutton snappers, hogfish, grouper, and lobster.
KITEBOARDING / KITESURFING
A growing sports in the Bahamas is kiteboarding and kitesurfing. Consistent winds, warm waters, and sandy bottoms make kitesurfing a favorable sport in Exumas. A combination of trade winds and frontal winds favor the Exumas as a kiteboarding spot. Spring season (February to April) enjoys predominantly northeast to eastern winds around 1 to 25 kts. Popular sites for kitesurfing include Normand's Cay in the Exumas.