In a diminutive and unassuming beach bar on three-mile-long Green Turtle Cay, the region's most famous concoction (made with Caribbean rum, orange juice, and pineapple juice and secret ingredients not shared with anyone outside Miss Emily's family) was crafted.
This world-famous bar in New Plymouth open since the 1960s attracts thousands of visitors each year who are eager to try this exotic tipple, and they certainly aren't disappointed. If you are looking for authentic Bahamian living during your yacht charter here, then Miss Emily's Blue Bee Bar is an absolute must-visit for sundowners.
A humble bar adorned with flags, business cards and tee shirts from all over the world, Miss Emily's isn't luxurious, but it oozes so much character, charm and cultural significance.
From curious swimming pigs to friendly nurse sharks, the Bahamas is a treasure trove of tropical delights encompassing more than 700 isles.
To find out more about booking a yacht charter in the Bahamas, please consult your chosen yacht charter broker. They can provide you with personalized information and advice concerning your vacation, creating an itinerary that perfectly caters to your individual needs.
Miss Emily's Blue Bee Restaurant & Bar
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