Rent your sailboat
No matter where in the world you prefer to sail and you keep going back to, you would no doubt be sad if it was suddenly overflowing with plastic waste or if the corals were dead due to bleaching.
Here are 4 simple things you can do to help preserve your favourite destination and to keep it in its best condition.
The Bahamas is visa-free for up to 90 days and the stay can be extended locally. Your passport must be valid for six months beyond the duration of your stay. See this link for updated info
Since virtually everything has to be shipped and cleared through customs, the price level is not lower than in DK. No food (meat and fruit) may be brought in - it is confiscated to keep the island disease-free. Be a little ahead of the curve with provisioning, as you are too prone. Shopping opportunities are limited in many places
You can walk fairly close to the coast - however, be aware of the delicate corals.
Sailing in the Bahamas offers relaxed sailing at sights - and short passages between well-protected anchorages. The tidal difference is up to 1.3 meters - and skippers must be aware of shallow areas. The Bahamas is a family-friendly destination suitable for sailors with basic skills and previous sailing experience.