Beach Resort & Marina
Bluff House sits on 12 tropical acres of palms and pines stretching from White Sound to the Sea of Abaco with its own powder-white sand beach. It is closest in proximity to the southeast coast of Florida located 170 miles due east of Palm Beach and its property is easily accessible by boat or ferry from either the Sea of Abaco or White Sound Harbour. Bluff House was the first and is now the oldest resort in the Bahamas’ Out Islands.
Green Turtle Cay
Green Turtle Cay, located in the Out-Islands of Abaco in the Bahamas, is a family vacation paradise especially known for sailing, diving and world-class fishing. The island is intimate in size at 3.5 miles in length and 1.5 miles wide and is located just three miles off the east coast of Great Abaco. Named the #1 most romantic island in the Caribbean by USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice, Green Turtle is the gem among this stretch of islands with its uneven coastline, deep bays, and pristine beaches.
Ferries Leaving Treasure Cay Ferry Dock
Ferries leaving Green Turtle Cay Town Dock
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Green Turtle Cay
Sister city to Key West, the historic settlement of New Plymouth, an 18th century village-by-the-sea with pastel cottages and white picket fences, offers sea-side restaurants, gift shops, island bars, grocery stores and museums. After the revolutionary war, settlers loyal to the British Crown known as Loyalists, left the United States for the Bahamas. Today, the Bahamas have a self-governing democracy and travelers from all over the world visit the island to enjoy its clear, blue water, ocean breezes and easy-peasy way of island life.