6 total crew for over 6 guests. 5 total crew for 6 guests or less.
3-4 Day Itinerary, Grand Bahama
1200-Guests arrive: Old Bahama Bay Resort, West End GrandBahama. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks.
1400-Arrive: Paradise Cove Beach anchorage. Water toys,beach excursions. Dinner on board.
0900-1000-Depart: Paradise Cove Beach Anchorage. Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner on board
1100-Arrive: Fortune Beach Anchorage. Water toys, snorkelPeterson Cay, beach activities, Garden of the Groves.
First Light-Depart: Fortune Beach Anchorage. Breakfast,lunch onboard
0900-Arrive: Old Bahama Bay Resort. Resort activities, Lunchon board or ashore.
1600-Depart: Guests depart Happy Hour
Option for Day 3: Visit Garden of the Groves in the morning.Depart Anchorage at Noon. Guests depart upon arrival to OBB
For a 4 day charter we would move the boat to Gold RockBeach Anchorage just before Sunset. Dinner onboard
0900-Shore Excursion: Visit Lucayan National Park in themorning.
1200-Guests arrive back at boat for Lunch. Depart Anchorage.
1600-Arrive OBB, guests depart
Paradise Cove-Paradise Cove offers direct access toDeadman's Reef on the island's southwest side, which is rated the best reef on Grand Bahama Island. The reef is within swimming distance of the beach and teemswith tropical marine life.
Fortune Beach-Fortune Beach is a quiet beach, fivemiles from Port Lucaya Marketplace. The beach got its namefrom a shipwreck worth $2 million which was discovered there.
Peterson Cay- small island with coral reefs for snorkeling anddiving.
Gold Rock Beach-The beach is located about25 miles from Freeport and is secluded and spectacular. At low tide, theshoreline of the beach spans for yards into the sea, and it is referred to as Grand Bahama Island's "welcome mat.
Lucayan National Park-Natural park with a huge underwater cave system, sand dunes & elevated walkways through wetlands.
USCG Master 3000 License - Josh was born in San Diego, CA in 1976. He comes from a family lineage of sailors from Europe and the New England area. Happy Hour’s Captain spent most of his childhood on the West Coast which spurred his love of the outdoors. He spent most of his free time rock climbing, surfing, snowboarding, hiking or camping. Captain Josh always had an adventurous spirit, which inevitably led him to the sea. After finishing school, he went travelling abroad where he learned of the yachting industry. He spent 10+ years on various yachts ranging in size from 80’-220’ cruising and chartering the South Pacific, Mediterranean, Bahamas, Caribbean, Central America, and East and West coast USA. Capt. Josh soon learned he loved driving boats. With a zest to learn more he got his hands on any and all types of vessels. Going from sailing yachts to motor yachts to tug boats and back to motor yachts Capt. Josh can drive anything on the water anywhere in the world. He now holds a USCG 1600 Ton Masters license with a 3000 ITC tonnage rating for all oceans. The captain of Happy Hour’s passion is in showing people places and experiences known to him unknown to most and accessible only by boat.
2 x MTU M91 16V2000 at 2400hp each
- Deck shower
- Fishing gear - light
- Jacuzzi on deck
- Sun cushions
- Swim platform
- Inflatable floating island
- Paddleboards multiple
- Tube - towable
- Water skis - adult
- Wave runner (sitdown)
- Diving by arrangement
- Snorkeling gear
- DVD library
- DVD player saloon
- Games console
- Indoor audio system
- iPod dock
- Satellite phone
- Satellite TV
- TV all cabins
- TV saloon