The Islands of The Bahamas
THE ISLANDS OR THE BAHAMAS
Located in the Atlantic Ocean are 100,000 square-miles of shoals and Banks, where the waters are warm, tranquil blue and clear. Out of these shoals and banks rise more than 700 island and cays covered with greenery and blossoms fringed with inviting beaches. This place is called "The Bahamas ".
The Bahamas is located just 50 miles off the coast of Florida the Bahamas and consisting of a string of 700 islands and cays extending across an area of about 100,000 square miles in the Atlantic Ocean. The northernmost island. Grand Bahama. This archipelago stretches south to the doorstep of the Caribbean Sea just above Haiti and Cuba which offers easy access to the huge consumer market of North, Central and South America, some 800 million strong.
The capital city of Nassau is located on the island of New Providence. Freeport, the second largest city, is situated on Grand Bahama. Islands in the archipelago other than New Providence and Grand Bahama are known as the Family Island.
Port Lucaya Marina & Marketplace
PORT LUCAYA MARINA & MARKETPLACE
The Jewel of Grand Bahama Island, the Port Lucaya Marketplace is a shopper's paradise. We are the only premier shopping, dining and entertainment complex on Grand Bahama Island. This multi-faceted complex has everything you came to Grand Bahama for and so much more. Features over 40 specialty stores and boutiques, 14 Restaurants, 6 Bars & 3 late night bars/lounge in addition to 3 Watersports operators. 110 Straw Vendors & Authentic Bahamian Craft Artisans designing their handicrafts that can be personalized at the customers' request.
Grand Bahama Development Company Ltd
GRAND BAHAMA DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
The Developers of Freeport owns over 70,000 acres of land on Grand Bahama Island. They are responsible for master planning most of the land zoned for tourist/commercial and residential use within the city of Freeport. The Master Developer for the City of Freeport has developed approximately 40,000 individual lots in 45 subdivisions and a seven mile fully bulkheaded seawater canal system. Freeport offers some of the best infrastructure in the Bahamas, such as paved roads, water, electricity, phone, cable/internet, international airport, deep water harbor schools, churches, beaches, dining and entertainment. For the investor the City of Freeport offers one of the best tax free structure zones under the Hawksbill Creek Agreement signed between the Bahamas and The Grand Bahama Port Authority.
Grand Lucayan Resort
Grand Lucayam Beach Resort
On a white-sand beach off the Atlantic Coast, this refined resort is 0.4 km from Port Lucaya Marina and 10 km from Grand Bahama International Airport.
Airy rooms have free Wi-Fi and balconies or patios. Suites include kitchenettes, and living areas with pull-out sofas. Upgraded suites add living/dining areas with floor-to-ceiling windows, and some have 2 bedrooms. Some units offer 24-hour room service.
Meals and drinks are available for a surcharge, with all-inclusive options. There are 8 restaurants, 2 bars and 2 cafes, as well as an infinity pool, a spa and a fitness center. A beach and tennis courts are also available
Memories Grand Bahama Beach Resort
Memories Grand Bahama Beach Resort
On the white sands of Lucaya Beach, this contemporary all-inclusive resort is 5 km from Rand Nature Center and 9 km from Grand Bahama International Airport.
Streamlined rooms have colorful accents, and offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screens, as well as minibars, coffeemakers and sitting areas. Upgraded rooms include balconies or terraces, and some have ocean views and/or plunge pools; 1-bedroom suites are also available. Room service is offered.
Food and drinks are included at 4 restaurants and 4 bars, plus a pool bar and a beach bar. Other amenities consist of a gym, a casino and a kids' club, plus an outdoor pool with a waterslide.
Grand Bahama Shipyard
The name Grand Bahama Shipyard has become synonymous with quality work and respect for deadlines. The exposure and reputation of the company within International Shipping markets as a major repair and conversion shipyard in the Caribbean region, furthers our ambition to be your partner of choice. Grand Bahama Shipyard offers docks, services and assistance with your project conception, execution and after care.
Bahamas Oil Refining Company International Limited (“BORCO”)
Bahamas Oil Refining Company International Limited (“BORCO”) is the largest storage terminal facility in the Caribbean, with the ability to store, blend, transship, and bunker fuel oil, crude oil and various petroleum products. BORCO has 21.6 million barrels of storage capacity. BORCO's facilities are strategically positioned along the Northwest Providence Channel off the southern tip of Grand Bahama Island. This location is ideally suited for blending, transshipping and terminaling operations for the Arabian Gulf, Northwest Europe and West Africa trade to the United States’ Gulf coast and East coast, as well as for North America trade to Europe, Latin America and the Pacific. The company is located in Freeport, Bahamas. Certain locations offer additional services for customers wishing to utilize certain import and export trade planning programs. Click here for more information.