Freeport, Bahamas Marina

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Fuel Dock New Location is at the Grand Bahama Yacht Club  

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Specials

Winter Special!

Port Lucaya Marina will be happy to keep your boat during the Winter Season

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Visitor Information

About Grand Bahama

LUCAYA, LUCAYA  Port Lucaya gets it name from the gentle tribes of Lucayan people who were the islands original inhabitants before the time of Columbus. The Lucayan Indians have...

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Things TO DO

Port Lucaya Marketplace

‘Port Lucaya’ is the hub for Things TO DO in Grand Bahama. It is a quaint shopping & restaurant area on a small bay where luxury yacht are frequently docked. Here you can shop, eat or interact with the locals in a very safe environment.

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What to Know Before Visiting the Bahamas

What to Know Before Visiting the Bahamas

When entering the Bahamas, you and your boat will require the regular documentation for foreign travel: this includes a permit, which is issued at your first Port of Call in The Bahamas. One year Cruising Permits are available and can be renewed annually.

Relocation of Fuel Dock

Fuel Dock New Location is at the Grand Bahama Yacht Club

 

Wahoo Season is On!

Wahoo Season is On!

When a fisherman catches a nice Wahoo, the fish leaps to the top of their favorite list. Why? Wahoo are among the best eating fish in the ocean. And who would argue that a big wahoo’s drag-sizzling first run shames all others except possibly a blue marlin? Plus, wahoo are pretty cool to look at.

Port Lucaya Marketplace

Port Lucaya Marketplace

‘Port Lucaya’ is the hub for Things TO DO in Grand Bahama. It is a quaint shopping & restaurant area on a small bay where luxury yacht are frequently docked. Here you can shop, eat or interact with the locals in a very safe environment.

The Port Lucaya area offers free entertainment in the public square, shopping, cafes…

About Grand Bahama

About Grand Bahama

LUCAYA, LUCAYA 
Port Lucaya gets it name from the gentle tribes of Lucayan people who were the islands original inhabitants before the time of Columbus. The Lucayan Indians have all disappeared, but there are many places on the island that use the word “Lucaya” in their names.