By Sea A flat fee to clear Customs and Immigration is required. $150.00 for boats 35 feet and under, $300.00 for boats 36 feet and over and covers up to four persons per vessel. Also included is a Cruising Permit, Fishing Permit, Customs and Immigration charges and the $15.00 Departure Tax for up to four persons. Each additional person, above four, will be charged a $15.00 Departure Tax. For stays longer than 12 months, special arrangements are required through the Bahamas Customs and Immigration department.
Major U.S. airlines have multiple daily flights into Freeport. A partial listing of airlines is below:
New Passport Rules
Effective October 1, 2007, United States Citizens traveling to Bermuda, Canada, the Caribbean and Mexico must present a valid U.S. passport or other WHTI-compliant documentation to enter or depart from the United States. For more information, please visit travel.state.gov.
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Blasting Tuna in the Bahamas
Yellowfins and Blackfins:
Blue Marlin Cove was recently featured in Florida Sport Fishing magazine: