DESTINATIONS

Our yacht spends most of the year in the Bahamas.  So whether you are looking for a summer vacation or a winter break from the cold, March Dragon has amazing options for you.

The Exumas, Bahamas

Best Times: November - August.



During the winter our sailing yacht explores the beautiful Exumas, Bahamas.  Home to 365 islands and some of the most beautiful sailing and beaches in the world.  There is plenty to see and do here to make many unique memories whether you are seeking adventure, nature, or just relaxing. 

 

Swim with pigs or friendly nurse sharks, explore Thunderball Grotto or Iguana Island, experience world class fishing, spear fishing, or free dive for lobster for a fresh dinner, or relax on the many white sand beaches and deserted private coves.  

EXUMAS

Swim with the pigs!

Pig Beach located on Big Major Cay is a beach on an uninhabited island located in Exuma, the Bahamas. The island takes its unofficial name from the fact that it is populated by a colony of feral pigs which live on the island. It has become a tourist attraction in modern times.

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Go swimming in Thunderball Grotto!

Thunderball Grotto is most famous for the 007 James Bond movie Thunderball hence it's name.  Located just west of Staniel Cay, this fantastic underwater cave system is great for snorkeling, diving, and wading. It is teeming with exotic marine life and a kaleidoscope of brilliantly colored coral reefs and fish, like yellow-tail snappers, Angel fish, Sergeant Majors and the like.

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Go Explore Exuma Land & Sea Park!

Established in 1958, the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park is the first marine reserve in The Bahamas and the wider Caribbean. Covering 112,640 acres of land and sea, it is renowned for its breathtaking beauty, species biodiversity, secluded beaches, amazing views and safe anchorages. Throughout the park you can explore the underwater magnificence of coral reefs, mangroves and seagrasses, stroll along pristine beaches, traverse several hiking trails, and observe tons of wildlife including birds, fish, turtles and iguanas. ECLSP Wardens and RBDF officers, stationed at Warderick Wells maintain constant patrols and surveillance of the park.

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Dive at the drug cartel plane wreck!

The Bahamas Pablo Escobar plane wreck belongs to the Colombian cartel and the drug smuggling empire of the late Seventies and Eighties. Because of its accessibility, it has become a must-see attraction in the Bahamas and most people are truly engaged in the story behind the Bahamas plane crash – making it a busy place in the Bahamas today.  And it's Instagram famous!

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Visit Staniel Cay Yacht Club!

Lots to see and do at Staniel Cay Yacht Club from the many great restaurants and bars to the many activities around the island and in the water.  It's a great place to stop for a night or two and take in all it has to offer in the area.

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Swim With Compass Cay Nurse Sharks!

Nurse sharks may look fierce, with their big dorsal fins, catfish shape, and up to seven-foot-long bodies, but these predators aren’t interested in humans for dinner. Instead, they’re actually quite friendly, allowing swimmers to pet and touch them, you’ll even find them floating up on the deck of Compass Cay Marina, hoping for a nice rub.

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