One of the Bahamas' famous diving sites, this 92ft tug was previously a supply vessel before being used as a stage prop in the 1985 James Bond film "Never Say Never Again". Situated in Nassau, it's a must-visit during any charter here, suitable for all levels of ability thanks to relatively shallow waters.
Since it was purposefully sunk for the film, the ship has now become a marine life paradise: with an abundance of coral and sponges having blossomed along the exterior, adorning the vessel in a tapestry of soft color.
As you delve further down onto the ship's deck (about 30ft deep) shimmering shoals of angelfish, snapper and Nassau grouper will wander past you, which you'll be able to marvel at with crystal-clear visibility.
Mere minutes away from the Tears of Allah, you'll find an equally renowned Bahamian dive site: a Vulcan bomber mockup used for another James Bond movie, Thunderball. It would be amiss to not combine both these exceptional diving spots into one swim.
The Bahamas promises guests a slice of pure, tropical perfection on its sunkissed shores. Comprising a medley of more than 700 isles with very few populated, the cruising grounds here are practically endless.
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.
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