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Green Turtle Club

Green Turtle Club

The Green Turtle Club has been devoted to casual Out-Island elegance, since its establishment in 1964 by Allan Charlesworth, a British boat designer from West Sussex, England. At one time Charlesorth was the second largest boat builder in the United Kingdom. His Dell Quay Dory is still in production today while his Ranger Yachts are sought by collectors world-wide. It was while cruising the Abacos on one of his Rangers that Green Turtle Cay was stumbled upon.

Located on the picturesque Green Turtle Cay in the heart of the Abaco family islands, Green Turtle Cay was one of the first islands settled in The Bahamas in the 1770’s by the Revolutionary War Loyalists. Many of the island’s 500 or so residents can trace their ancestry back to these Loyalists. The Town of New Plymouth is a quiet, 18th century village by the sea, offering a variety of galleries, restaurants, shops, and museums.

With its waterfront cottages, convivial dining, and full service marina, the Club will not disappoint the most discriminating Out-Island traveler.




A variety of club rooms, waterfront cottages and private villas.


Casual dockside marina dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner; pool side lunch and beverage service at the Turtle Pool Bar & Grill; elegant dining nightly in the club’s dining room. Be sure to enjoy the Club’s famous “Tipsy Turtle” in the original boathouse building


Visit the reception lounge for the latest in Club logo items and sundries.


Boat rentals, golf, golf cart rentals, beachcombing, island hopping, shelling, sightseeing to name a few.


Full service marina for vessels up to 130 feet, offering fuel, provisions and free wireless internet access.


Offshore big-game fishing for blue marlin, tuna, wahoo, dolphin and more. Legendary Abaco bonefishing for all skill levels, whether fly or spincasting.


Endless reefs, Dolphin and Wild Turtle Encounters, custom dive programs and open water certification courses, with Abaco dive legend, Brendal.


26° North 45′, 77° West 20′ , approximately 180 miles (290 kilometers) east of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Green Turtle Club and Marina is located on the northern side of Green Turtle Cay, at the north end of White Sound Harbor. The Town of New Plymouth, home to the island’s 500 or so residents, is at the southern tip, and a short golf cart commute from The Green Turtle Club.

By air to Marsh Harbour (MH) or Treasure Cay (TCB) airports on nearby Great Abaco Island, followed by a 10 minute ferry ride to the Club’s docks.
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Guy Harvey Resort St. Augustine Beach’s Commitment to You During COVID-19

First of all, we want to thank our valued guests for their patience and understanding during this time. Our hotel is currently OPEN, but some of our amenities and services are limited or unavailable at this time.

We have also updated our cancellation policy to provide the most flexibility to our guests. Please follow the link below to see our full list of changes and updates.

For the most update information, please refer to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or your local health authority.

GHO Statement on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization’s statements regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and following guidelines from these agencies and the local health departments. The wellbeing of our guests and associates is of paramount importance. We ask that you please contact the location directly to modify your reservation. Below is the link to each locations Covid-19 update, phone numbers and emails for each destination.

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For the most update information, please refer to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) or your local health authority.

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