Out Island Charters
Experience the Out Islands
In The Bahamas we call our inhabited islands (exclusive of Nassau) our "out islands" or "family islands". Many visitors to The Bahamas experience only Nassau or Paradise Island while on vacation but there are so many other islands out there to experience!
Let our 34ft speedboat 'Free Spirit' get you to some of these beautiful islands on a private day away built just for you.
Like all of our private charters and excursions they are completely customizable. We can add a lunch stop, add a stop to swim with the turtles, or even throw in some fishing? No matter what you opt to add we will always have cold bottled water on board.
Swimming with Pigs in Eleuthera
Eleuthera is a chain of beautiful islands with some of the friendliest residents. Eleuthera is also home to the island of Meeks Patch where there are swimming pigs!
Want to swim with the pigs at Meeks Patch?
Our 34 foot speedboat is perfectly equipped to take your group of six or less on a private tour over to Eleuthera for a visit with the pigs. There are also ducks, a turkey, and a dog that call this island home. The ride from Nassau over to Meeks Patch is about an hour and twenty minutes.
private full day tour
swimming with pigs at Meeks Patch (landing fee included)
lunch included at Footprints Beach Bar on Rose Island
snorkel with wild turtles at Green Cay
snorkel a beautiful reef
enjoy a beach break for swimming
bottled water, local beer, and sodas while on board
Northern Exuma Sandbar & Iguanas
The Exuma chain is home to some of the most beautiful sandbars and clear water many shades of blue! This island chain consists of about 365 islands and spans 130 miles long. The northern islands of Exuma can offer rock iguana encounters, amazing snorkeling, and relaxation on Saddleback beach and sandbar which forms its own island of white sand in the sea once the tide goes down.
Want to visit Northern Exuma?
On our 34 foot speedboat the ride from Nassau is about an hour and twenty minutes. This boat is perfectly equipped to take your group of six or less over to Northern Exuma to enjoy a day of enjoying the sights.