Nassau sailboat rental
The charter region of the Bahamas is a haven for passionate sailors. Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas, lying on the island of New Providence, neighboring with Paradise Island which is accessible via Nassau Harbor bridges. With its turquoise waters and perfect sailing conditions, a Nassau sailboat rental is the ideal way to spend your holiday on the water. Here English is spoken, American £ are on par with Bahamian £, the weather is beautiful and the people are friendly. Can you think of a better paradise?
What to do with your Nassau sailboat rental
Other than relaxing on board your Nassau sailboat rental and visiting breathtaking beaches, we recommend that you explore the city and embrace all that it has to offer. Being the capital, it has a bustling metropolitan vibe about it full of culture and modern amenities not to be missed!
Unique attractions you should visit in Nassau include; Ardastra Gardens, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, the Primeval Forest National Park, Fort Charlotte, Parliament Square and Clifton Heritage National Park.
To the north lies Paradise Island. It is absolutely a reflection of its name with an abundance of resorts, hotels, restaurants, shops, nightlife, a golf course, an aquarium and a casino.
Food tasting in Nassau
Whilst you’re on the move, eat like a local from Nassau’s tastiest food trucks and roadside stalls! You are guaranteed to feel happy about being welcomed to the wonderful world of Bahamian fast food. In the evening there are many sit down restaurants around Nassau, so why not sample a cheeky cocktail or two?!
The climate in Nassau
The hottest month in Nassau is July with a temperature of around 28°C (82°F) and the coldest is January with an average of 21°C (70°F).
How to get to Nassau
Arriving in the Bahamas is easier than you think! Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) in New Providence (Nassau) is one of the largest airports in the Bahamas, with direct flights, as well as connections to Miami Airport. There are over 20 airports in the Bahamas, so finding a connection from anywhere around the world shouldn’t be too tricky!