Acklins and Crooked Island

Acklins and Crooked Island Bahamas

Where Long Island is straight and narrow, Crooked Island, is well, crooked. Fortunately the same cannot be said of its residents who are always willing to give a tourist a helping hand.

Crooked Island, Bahamas is known for its natural beauty and the Island has many quaint villages. It provides good fair weather cruising grounds and tidal flats. It has been known as a bonefish paradise and is also good for tarpon fishing.

Acklins Island, Bahamas is long, narrow and hilly and has numerous caves and bays along its western shores.

A ferry can be caught from Acklins Island to Crooked Island, Bahamas.

Both Islands are enclosed in a shallow lagoon known as the Bight of Acklins. The Bight of Acklins is a safe cruising ground for shallow-draft vessels. Long, narrow, and hilly, with with numerous caves and bays dotting its western shore.