In the Bahamas, Swimming Pigs Charter Itinerary. We’ve been working on an itinerary for a customer who is planning a short luxury yacht charter from StanielCay to Harbour Island. People who want to visit the Bahamas within only a few days might find it helpful to read this. Our short charter itinerary is jam-packed with activity for those who like to go, go, go, and maybe slow down to your desired pace.


Day 1: It’s easy to get to Staniel Cay where your boat is waiting for you. Upon arrival at Staniel Cay Marina, your Bahamas Yacht crew will greet you at the tenders. After that, they will transport you to the boat, where you will be able to relax and eat lunch. After lunch, go to ThunderBolt Grotto and then see the Famous Swimming Pigs, then come back to the ship. The pigs are right there! They live over an uninhabited island called Big Major, which is also known as Pig Beach.



The origins of the Swimming Pigs are the subject of several rumors:

1. The swimming pigs were dumped there by pirates so that they would havefood when they returned, but they never returned.

2. Pigs came from a nearby island.

3. After a shipwreck, swimming pigs made their way to the shore.
4. A business plan to get more people to come to the Bahamas.
5. They were brought to Staniel Cay by the people of the island in the 1990s tobe raised for food.
After seeing the pigs and the Thunderball Grotto, you may like to try your handat jet skiing there in the late afternoon hours.


Day 2: To get to Compass Cay Marina as well as the Sea Aquarium, you can take the yacht’s tender. You can swim with both the nurse sharks while you are there. Meanwhile, your Captain is relocating the large boat to Osprey Cay, in which you will gather for lunch after you finish there. The Fully Crewed & Inclusive Yacht will sail up to Hawksbill Cay, where you eat your lunch so that you can see the island. Spend some time on the jet skis going to the sandbars that afternoon and then returning. At Compass Cay, there are nurse sharks you can see.


Day 3: Your yacht could go to Highborne Cay while you eat. In the afternoon, enjoy a second journey on the tender to view the Highbourne Cay Marina as well as the Iguana sanctuary at Allens Cay. You can go snorkeling or play with the jet skis on Channel Cay. Here in the Bahamas, you can see iguanas in the Allen Cay area.


Day 4: The yacht will cruise for up to four and a half hours to either Nassau or Harbour Island to drop you off. It’s possible to spend a few days there, with its pink sand beaches and golf carts, cafes, and stores. Signs for the Bahamas can be found everywhere.

As in a brief charter itinerary for those with little time yet still want to experience the attractions of a swimming pig charter tour Bahamas. It will be more relaxing if you can spend more time on the yacht.




Let us pull your Bahamas Yacht Options today! A charter yacht specialist can help you plan your vacation.

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