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    Nassau / New Providence

    As the nation’s most populated island and home to its capital city Nassau, New Providence has grown from a quiet port of 8,000 inhabitants in 1844 to a bustling city. As the political capital and commercial hub of The Bahamas, New Pro...

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    Covering about 130 miles beginning 30 miles southeast of New Providence, Exumas and its approximately 360 cays are a haven for yachtsmen and is said to be the loveliest part of The Bahamas. With a significant portion of its beaches and sea held...

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    Eleuthera, the longest island in The Bahamas, is an island of contrasts. It is just over one mile wide at most places but is 110 miles long with magnificent pink-white beaches, sheltered coves, breath-taking bluffs and cliffs and fine h...

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    Scattered over 130 square miles of aquamarine water, The Abacos is the second largest island in The Bahamas. Best known as a yachtsman’s paradise, The Abacos comprise two major islands, Great Abaco and Little Abaco, with numerous cays...

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    Grand Bahama/Freeport

    The northernmost island in the Bahamian archipelago was ignored during early times because of its shallow waters and the treacherous Little Bahama Bank. Now, Grand Bahama is the second most populated island in The Bahamas and its major city, Fr...

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