Chub Cay Marina is well situated in the Caribbean for visitors looking to explore the Bahamas including the Abaco Islands, Grand Bahama and Crooked Islands, as well as venture West to Florida, South to Cuba and South East to Haiti, the Dominican Republic and the other Caribbean Islands.
The harbor sea wall entrance is of high stone walls. The channel approach is well marked and the approach depth is never below 12 feet at low tide. Inside the channel, the Marina dog legs to Starboard and then back to Port. Inside the harbor, there are 109, wide-floating concrete slips. The Marina can easily handle from 20' boats to up to 190' yachts and reservations are highly recommended in advance.
The state-of-the-art Bellingham concrete floating docks are sleek and functional with all components completely out of sight. All power cabling has been concealed and power pedestals placed out of pathways with 240 and 208 single and three phase power. The main piers range from 8 to 15 feet in width, while finger piers are 5 to 8 feet wide. We also have a full-service fuel dock with ice and water available (supplied by the island's two reverse osmosis water purification systems), an air conditioned fish cleaning house and gas barbeque grills that are conveniently located to cook your fresh catch!
Other on-site amenities include:
Chub Cay Ship Store fully stocked with a large selection of food items, drinks, adult beverages, medications, beach / swimming needs and souvenirs. Brand new Chub Cay Clubhouse with full service hotel, restaurant, indoor and outdoor bars and an infinity pool overlooking our amazing Sunset Beach. Private Chub Cay Cabana rentals on the beach and Villa rentals with larger accommodations that can fit up to 10 guests with full kitchens, living rooms with satellite tv, high-speed internet, bedrooms and bathrooms. We have high-speed internet and phone service (with calling to the U.S., Canada and Mexico plus others) available throughout our property so that our guests can always stay connected to family, friends and business matters. World Class Fishing and Diving
Chub Cay has received worldwide accolades as one of the top fishing destinations in the world. Ideally situated in an area known as "The Pocket", Chub Cay offers spectacular deep sea fishing and renowned flats fishing both just minutes from the Marina. Whether you are looking for world class bonefishing, or if you seek a battle with a giant marlin, Chub Cay fishing is unmatched. Anglers will find an endless variety of fishing opportunities including Marlin, Sailfish, Tuna, Grouper, Snapper, Bonefish, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo and an abundance of large Lobster in waters less than 10 feet deep. Outstanding diving and snorkeling opportunities abound just outside of the Marina.
Please call 242-325-1490 to make your marina reservations in advance or e-mail [email protected]
Bought fuel there and it made a mess of my filter system. Glad I hat installed rancor filters 4 years ago. I had to take the filter assembly to get all the crap out. It looked like a hand full of jelly in the bottom of the bowl. I wish I could send the pictures. My tanks are only 30 gallons. I fell bad for the sport fishing boat that was fueling after me, he was fueling for over 40 minutes.
We booked a spot for our 60-foot catamaran ahead of time. When we arrived it was very busy and the harbor master was struggling to keep track of the incoming boats and where they needed to go. We had booked starboard tie-up and prepared the boat accordingly. When we arrived the harbor master confirmed starboard tie-up, but when we got into the channel and asked for direction to our slip, the harbormaster told us it was a port tie-up -- we told him that wouldn't work for us and he told is that it's all he has because they are busy. We were assigned slip 201, which is in the far back. We tried to squeeze in, but the boats in the adjacent slips were sticking out too much, not giving us enough room to turn in -- the strong wind did not help. We ended up aborting and anchoring out... Later that evening we found out that our friends in a 40-foot catamaran couldn't fit in that slip and were assigned another slip after they tried to get in and couldn't. We saw numerous bigger yachts not being able to get in because there was no space. One 110-foot yacht anchored right beside us because Chub Cay messed up their reservation.
Stayed at chub cay club for 2 days fishing. Marina was in very good shape. Staff was friendly and helpful. The members fishing tournament was going on just when I was leaving so that could be one reason why everything was in good shape and there was plenty of fuel and ice. I'd go back, especially if the winds are right for fishing "the pocket".
On 2/28/2010 the 98 foot vessel LYSDO left this marina and got a few miles away when it was discovered that it was taking on water in the engine room. Lysdo sent out a Mayday which I took. I contacted the Berry Island Club where we had a mooring and Chub Cay Marina. I gave both the location of Lysdo. Two small boats from the Berry Island Club went out to help. Lysdo had a 25 ft. or so Grady White with two engines and was trying to tow the boat back to Chub. I asked several times for any help from Chub speaking to the dockmaster and to the police. I was told that there was a 25 ft boat available. It never left Chub. Lysdo sank. The 5 people on board came to Fraser's Hog Cay and the Berry Island Club in the Grady White and tenders. Everyone was safe but an 8 year old 98 foot boat was lost. The conduct of the personnel at Chub was disappointing to say the least. Is it possilbe that the owners of all those expensive sport fish boats are not really all that sportsmanlike? We had stayed at Chub 5 years ago. I have heard that they are under financial pressure.