Snapper Point

Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas

Welcome to the renowned Snapper Point, an exclusive Marsh Harbour retreat with breathtaking views. Constructed on a private, gated peninsula of approximately 15 acres.

“The Abacos are where boaters and island-minded souls naturally gravitate — and once you experience Marsh Harbour, you’ll understand why they return year after year. It’s just that special.”

Spectacular Islands and Sites to Which You Can Easily Sail

  • Manjack Cay
  • Green Turtle Cay, and remming to visit the Dollar Bar and Bluff House’s Ballyhoo Bar and Grill for live music and tropical cocktails
  • Elbow Reef Lighthouse
  • Great Guana Cay

Beaches to Visit

  • Hope Town Public Beach
  • Treasure Cay Beach (often voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world)
  • Man-O-War Public Beach
  • Guana Cay Beaches
  • Tahiti Beach
  • Garbanzo Beach
  • Ocean Beach
  • Sandy Point Beach
  • Gilliam Bay Beach

National Parks to Visit

  • Fowl Cays National Park
  • Walker’s Cay National Park
  • Black Sound Cay National Reserve
  • Tilloo Cay Reserve
  • Pelican Cays Land and Sea Park
  • Abaco National Park

this idealic Abaco Bahamas destination offers:

~ easy access to nearby international airport (15 minutes by car)
~ direct daily flights from Nassau, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami
~ a private marina with 4 boat lifts
~ dockage for 90-foot yacht
~ 3 sandy beaches
~ seaside pool
~ pool bar
~ a tennis court
~ nature trails
~ 3 vacation villas with a total of 14 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms
~ 2-car garage
~ laundry facilities
~ a seawall
~ gardens and gazebos
~ a grilling area
~ unforgettable sunsets

The Neighborhood

Marsh Harbour is a colorful town known at The Abacos’ commercial center. The Abacos span from Walker’s Cay to Hole-In-The-Wall, about 175 miles from Florida’s east coast. While still maintaining quaint charms, Marsh Harbour offers an exciting array of shopping and dining options, large grocery stores, and full-service marinas. Fulfill your quest for adventure with local fishing charters, diving excursions, eco tours, and sunset cruises. While diving in the Out Islands, you can explore underwater caves, thriving reefs, and ancient ship wrecks. For those who enjoy a good fight, get your rods and reels primed to catch fresh wahoo, kingfish, grouper, mahi, tuna, and bonefish.

Get to know Marsh Harbour