Travel Information: COVID-19 Update

Old Bahama Bay Resort

Old Bahama Bay Resort

Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour, offering out-island barefoot elegance with the convenience of an international airport and major \ destination amenities, all just a 30 minute taxi ride away. With its pastel colored beach and harbor front villas, powder white beaches and a top-of-class full service marina, Old Bahama Bay is unrivaled in out-island comfort and convenience, 55 nautical miles from Palm Beach, Florida.

Highlights

Rest

Beachfront and harbor front villas with 67 junior suites and 6 spacious two bedroom suites.

Dine

Casual beachside dining for breakfast, lunch at Teaser’s Tiki Bar & Grill, open daily. Dinner served at the marina-side Dockside Grille.

Chill

Beachcombing, sunbathing, fitness, and a spa to pamper yourself with the latest in spa therapies and treatments.

Play

Championship golf, Las Vegas style casino gambling, duty free shopping, beach watersports of every kind imaginable, island touring and sightseeing, birding and more.

Boat

Full service “Blue Flag” and “Shark Free” marina for vessels up to 130 feet, with fuel, an 8ft controlling depth at mean low tide and 24-hour security.

Fish

Offshore big-game fishing for blue marlin, tuna, wahoo, dolphin and more; and legendary Bahamas bonefishing with guides who made West End famed for monster bones.

Dive

For the thrill of a lifetime, shark dive excursions to the internationally renowned Tiger Beach, or exploring local wrecks and reefs. If sharks don’t get your adrenaline pumping, for the advanced diver, try the Owl’s Hole Cavern Dive or Ben’s Cave at Lucayan National Park, one of the longest underwater caves in the world.

Discover

Whether it’s the wonderment of swimming with dolphins or exploring tranquil mangrove estuaries, the exhilaration of feeding tiger sharks or exploring underwater caverns, or stalking exotic birdlife in majestic pine tree forests, there no shortage of way to spend you time on Grand Bahama Island.

Location

26° 42.19 N | 78° 59.87 W , approximately 55 nautical miles east of Palm Beach, Florida.

The marina is one of the only night navigable nautical points of entry in the Bahamas, marked with a conspicuous red and white water tower, and located at the extreme westernmost tip of Grand Bahama Island.

Access

Scheduled air access is via Grand Bahama Island International Airport in Freeport (FPO), serviced by American Eagle, Continental Connection, Bahamasair, and others including several charter operations.

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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.

Guy Harvey Resort St Augustine Beach: Covid-19 Update Contact: 904-471-2555 or reservations@GuyHarveyResortStAugustineBeach.com

Camp Mack, a Guy Harvey Lodge, Marina & RV Resort Covid-19 Update Contact: 863-696-1108 or info@GuyHarveyCampMack.com

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