The Abaco Islands

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A wonderful group of islands, situated 100 miles north of Nassau, the Abacos represent the most versatile, least challenging and easiest to navigate of the Bahamian island groups. Abaco is comprised of 100 or so large and small islands and cays with the largest being the Great and Little Abaco. Stretching from the northern most island, Walkers Cay to Hole-in-the-Wall at the southern tip of Great Abaco Island, the waters are largely protected without blue water passages. Navigation throughout Abaco is simple and you are seldom out of sight of a neighboring cay. The Abaco chain was truly created for the cruiser, sail or power. Situated approximately 130 miles from any Southeastern Florida port of call, Abaco can easily be reached by most any seaworthy boat, either sail or power. Faster craft can reach Abaco destinations in a single day, while aboard a sailboat or trawler is likely to involve a couple of days or more in good weather for unhurried cruising.