Are you considering sailing to the Bahamas? What about living on a boat in Georgetown Bahamas? It’s a major sailing destination for boaters from all over the world, but why?
Georgetown is a massive hang-out for liveaboard boaties.
You’ll find hundreds of sailboats anchored just outside of Georgetown and across the waterway. Many boaties sail from Canada or the US, spend the season in Georgetown and then return to North America for hurricane season.
And it’s a great kid boat destination. When we were there we met loads of kid boats. In fact, two of them became boat buddies and we sailed all the way down to Trinidad with them.
Check out our two-part video series about living on a boat in Georgetown Bahamas. It will give you a great feel for the area, what cruisers get up to and you’ll find out why they call it “chicken-harbor”.
Living on a boat in Georgetown Bahamas Video Part 1
Living on a boat in Georgetown Bahamas Video Part 2
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