Great Harbour Cay is approximately 7 miles long and 2.5 miles at its widest point, located a short distance from the Florida coast, mid-way between Freeport and Nassau. Dock your vessel in our state-of-the art marina, or get here by air, and be prepared for an experience that will leave you wanting more.

Find ultra-romantic scenery, relaxing hideaways, and world-class fishing! Enjoy peaceful solitude on the beaches, take in a round of golf, sample local flavor in numerous restaurants, and visit Bullock's Harbour for some local culture and an evening out! Spoil yourself on your honeymoon or anniversary. Natural, tropical scenery and scents will calm and invigorate you with island flavor.

Come to Great Harbour Cay and experience an out-island adventure second to none!


Marina Operators of the Bahamas • Berry Islands Tourism Advisory Board
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Great Harbour Management, Limited
Great Harbour Cay, Berry Islands, Bahamas
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Kitesurfing on Great Harbour Cay? Absolutely. The island is being discovered as one of the best kitesurfing spots in the Caribbean. Please read further by following the Florida Sportsman link HERE
Local catch. Please follow the link to the resident's page for additional pictures. Follow link HERE.






More than three-times the size of Manhattan, the South Berry Island marine protected area ("MPA") is one of the most biologically diverse areas in the Bahamas. Funding of this project will help The Nature Conservancy transform the South Berry Islands Marine Reserve into the nation’s first no-take marine reserve, contributing to healthy marine habitats and species and supporting sustainable livelihoods for the people of the Berry Islands.

The protected area will encompass more than 70 square miles of ocean extending 5 miles south of Chub Cay northward to Little Whale Cay. About one quarter of the area contains shallow sand flats and creeks, important for the proliferation of conch, snapper and other shallow water species. The remaining three quarters of the protected area plunges to thousands of feet where deep oceanic species roam.

The Bahamas was one of the initial countries to participate and to announce their commitment to the 20/20 Caribbean Initiative Challenge.


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