Bountiful Bahamas

Bountiful Bahamas

Palm Beach to Palm Beach

Apr 5, 2026 to Apr 12, 2026

7 Days

SeaDream II


Date Ports of Call Arrive Depart
Apr 05, 2026 Palm Beach,
United States
2 PM - 4 PM
Apr 06, 2026 Andros Island,
Afternoon Evening
Apr 07, 2026 Emerald Bay, Great Exuma Island,
Afternoon Evening
Apr 08, 2026 Gordon's Beach, Long Island,
Morning Evening
Apr 09, 2026 San Salvador,
Morning Evening
Apr 10, 2026 Staniel Cay, Exumas,
Morning Afternoon
Apr 11, 2026 West End, Grand Bahama,
Afternoon Evening
Apr 12, 2026 Palm Beach,
United States
Morning 8 AM - 10 AM


  • Palm Beach
    Palm Beach

    The combination of urban centers and cultural treasures make Palm Beach the perfect getaway. Enter the heart of Africa by visiting the Panther Ridge Conservation Center or get up close and personal with manatees at the Manatee Lagoon. If you’re more into urban sightseeing, visit CityPlace for the top-rated dining, entertainment, and shopping experiences.

  • Andros Island
    Andros Island

    The untouched island of Andros is nestled in the Bahamas, defined by its archipelago of tiny cays and inlets connected by mangrove estuaries and underwater caves, making it accessible only to boats and small sailing vessels. A favorite of scuba divers and snorkelers, Barrier Reef and Tongue of the Sea is the third largest barrier reef in the world, stretching more than 140 miles long. Just off the shores of Andros, this reef teems with exotic fish species. Home to five national parks, more than 180 blue holes, biodiverse ecosystems, and a network of trails that cross the Central Andros National Park, Andros Island is perfect for nature lovers and hikers alike.

  • Emerald Bay, Great Exuma Island
    Emerald Bay, Great Exuma Island

    Great Exuma Island is known for its brilliant, sparkling waters—waters so clear and aquamarine-blue they are visible from space. The island is home to powdery white-sand beaches, deserted cays, luxury villas, and exclusive resorts. Paddleboard, snorkel, or swim, and see more of the island from the sandy shores of Emerald Bay. Great Exuma is also a golfer’s paradise, boasting picture-perfect links that challenge both the novice and professional.

  • Gordon's Beach, Long Island
    Gordon's Beach, Long Island

    Colorful coral reefs and serene beaches make Long Island a haven for snorkeling, diving, and bone fishing. Relax under the shade of pine trees at Gordon’s Beach, the southernmost white-sand beach on the island. Explore Long Island from the perspective two of its most impressive natural wonders, the Hamilton Caves, dripping with stalactites, and Dean’s Blue Hole, the world’s second-deepest saltwater blue hole, surrounded by limestone bluffs. The island is also home to St. Mary the Virgin Anglican Church, a now-abandoned stone church constructed by the Spanish in the 1600s and reputed to be the oldest in the Bahamas.

  • San Salvador
    San Salvador

    One of the smallest inhabited islands in the Bahamas, San Salvador boasts sparkling inland lakes, reef-filled sea waters, miles of secluded white-sand beaches, and dive sites teeming with sea life. A stone cross on the shores of Long Bay mark Columbus’s landfall on the island; offshore, an underwater monument designates where La Pinta dropped anchor. Pace yourself to the rhythm of the island with a leisurely swim or bike ride around the bay.

  • Staniel Cay, Exumas
    Staniel Cay, Exumas

    As part of the Exuma Cays, Staniel Cay is a magical corner of the Bahamas. Located south of Nassau, this island is an unsung paradise. Visit the infamous swimming pigs at Pig Beach, where numerous pigs race over to get your attention right above crystal-clear waters. Dive or snorkel in the sun-kissed beaches of Exumas and enjoy local dining options for an exclusive look at the Bahamas’ culture and cuisine.

  • West End, Grand Bahama
    West End, Grand Bahama

    West End, also called “Settlement Point,” is the oldest town and westernmost settlement on the island of Grand Bahama. Although West End is only 56 nautical miles east of Palm Beach, it feels like an entirely different world. Endless pristine beaches, emerald-green seas, and nature preserves define this secluded space. The island is home to the Lucayan National Park and Lucayan Caverns, boasting unique underground water system of caves, caverns, and charted tunnels. Within the park, trails lead to Sheltered Gold Rock Beach, often called Grand Bahama Island’s “welcome mat” for its long stretches of strollable white sand at low tide.

Suites & Staterooms

*Government, Port, Document Issuance, Handling & Service fees: $392 per guest

Single Supplement for this voyage is 175% for Yacht Club Deck 2,3 and 4. For Commodore, Admiral and Owners Suite, a 200% single supplement rate applies.

Please Note: Fares are capacity controlled and may change without notice. The fares are per person based on double occupancy. Single and third person rates are also available. SeaDream Yacht Club strongly recommends that all guests purchase travel insurance.

Yachting Land Adventures & Activities

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