On a bareboat, there is no captain to guide you. Let your own skills at the helm and the simple pleasures of good friends and family keep you. Like the inhabitants who commute these waters daily, who live their lives by the changing of the tides and the freedom of the Caribbean lifestyle, you will learn that the Abacos are part of many unexplored, undeveloped Out Islands of the Bahamas, whose bays and waterways are as blue and endless as the sky above them. The chain of more than 700 islands, both sprawling and shallow, rise from the sea and greet visitors with cays surrounded by barrier reefs and delightful island culture. Sail to Great Abaco Island, circled by a number of smaller islands and home to picturesque colonial towns. Billowing sails dot the Sea of Abaco where under the water walls of coral and schools of tropical fish provide divers an excellent opportunity to experience the vibrant sea life at its best. Trade winds dance across the sheltered waters lending to the region’s popularity as a sailing destination. Countless activities, ranging from visiting historic sites to snorkeling to taste testing local dishes, will fill your days with unforgettable memories. Look around, what you’re searching for may be closer than you think.