EXUMA & EXUMA CAYS
NORMAN'S CAY MARINA
Norman’s Cay is a small island of a few hundred acres to the northern end of the Exuma chain in the Bahamas. It is an island with a story and a spirit that belies its size. Over time it has housed pirates, drug-lords, film makers, explorers, writers and fishermen. You don’t need to know their stories to feel the charm here; it is the natural beauty of the island that feeds the imagination.
While Marinas are a fixture on any island, the level of quality and efficiency at Norman’s Cay Marina is unmatched in all of The Bahamas. Norman’s Cay Marina is roughly equivalent in size to that of Saint Barthelemy and Portofino, and can host the entire range of boat sizes—including 60m+ luxury yachts and swooped sailboats. It currently accommodates 37 vessels and will grow to become a 63-slip marina constructed with Brazilian Ipe wood docks and surrounded by 4000 mangroves that lead to a coral stone path and lush native flora that frame the Marina. Norman's Cay is also an official Bahamas Port of Entry.
Norman’s Cay is home to MacDuff’s cottages that sit on its pristine 3-mile white sandy beach; guests can also sit back and relax at MacDuff’s restaurant which has a rustic chic appeal where Bahamian cocktails and delicacies are served. Please contact the marina on Channel 16 and we’ll be happy to welcome you to enjoy a memorable island experience.
Whether it is the fishing enthusiasts looking for their big catch, a shallow flat looking for a bone, or the sun-seekers looking for our pristine white beach, Norman’s Cay has it all. The Norman’s Cay Marina provides much more than just the expedient arrival of guests, after all, where else can one land a jet on our 4,800-foot runway and find themselves on a boat in a secluded lagoon within ten minutes?