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Of all the world’s islands, only the rollicking saga of The Bahamas offers such a fascinating history of amphibious aircraft, socialites, bootleggers, aristocrats, smugglers, eccentrics and opportunists. 
Its journey from ‘Colonial Backwater’ to ‘Jet Set Getaway’ a wild, century-long adventure and love affair with seaplanes, involving a cinematic cast of characters from Al Capone and Ernest Hemingway to Joe Carstairs and Marlene Dietrich, Sir Harry Oakes and the Windsors.
COCO is the first, year-round, seaplane airline to debut in The Bahamas in over half a century and with its fleet of state-of-the-art aircraft and emphasis on safety, quality service and classic style, is once again bringing glamour back to flying the islands of The Bahamas.
Combining the romance of classic seaplanes with the ease of shore-to-shore excursions, and the insider knowledge of experienced, local owners, COCO can transport you to rose-splashed castaway picnics on sand-dollar islets, world-class diving and fishing expeditions in remote locales, or jet-set jaunts between chic hotels, resorts, restaurants, and watering-holes.


A stunning archipelago of 700 islands, the Bahamas offers spectacular escapes and experiences for unforgettable occasions of every stripe. The perfect backdrop for anniversary celebrations, tropical weddings, dazzling proposals, milestone birthdays, and exceptional island-hopping adventures.


Fashionable days on Harbour Island, an elegant lunch on Highbourne Cay, glamping at Eleuthera’s The Other Side, or sojourns to idyllic private isles like Kamalame Cay — COCO flies you there in style.

Photography by Alessandro Sarno, The Lonesome Photographer


The Bahamas spans 100,000 square miles of Atlantic Ocean and is easily accessible by direct flight from Canada, the U.S., Latin America, and the United Kingdom.


Dare to dream of beach hopping around The Bahamas by seaplane…and if you desire, you can cater your next adventure.


If you’re craving adventure by boat, check out our preferred partner in Eleuthera for your aquatic experience, including snorkeling, fishing, swimming with pigs, feeding turtles and more. 

Experience the
“Pirate Republic” of Nassau
Sit back and
slow down on
Reel in the big one
on The Berry Islands
Seek Adventure on the pristine
Andros Island
See and Be Seen
on Harbour Island
Explore the Natural
Reserves in Inagua
Escape to the
Rose Island
Swim with Pigs
on Staniel Cay & The Exumas
Steep Yourself In
History On Cat Island



Separated from Andros by a turquoise bay, this award-winning, private island resort is celebrated for its singular charm and style. Edged by the kaleidoscopic coral gardens of the Andros Great Barrier Reef, this lush, 97-acre cay is home to the only overwater spa in The Bahamas and some of the finest wine and cuisine in the region.


Just 18 miles from Nassau, but a world away from its crowds and casinos, this gracious, family-owned island caters to resident homeowners and hotel guests—as well as in-the-know day trippers. Kamalame’s oceanfront Tiki Bar, the de facto island beach club of Nassau’s most fashionable resorts and members clubs, The Rosewood and Albany to Lyford Cay.


Owned by the proprietors of Island House—Nassau’s most elegant boutique hotel—Highbourne accommodates yachts up to 180 feet and offers a selection of coastal chic cabanas and cottages, eight private beaches, an open-air gym, and a terraced dining room overlooking the island’s picturesque marina bay.


With five lavish villas nestled into 150 acres of oceanfront jungle, Musha Cay comes with seven secluded beaches and access to the 11 untouched Islets of Copperfield Bay, just offshore.


Equipped with five boats, tennis courts, spa facilities, a staff of 30 and a private chef, the island hosts private groups of up to twenty-four guests.


Six spacious villas, each equipped with its own boat for exploring the splendor of the Exumas, this all-inclusive, 50-acre private island caters to a maximum of 28 guests.


Lodging may be booked separately, or as an island-wide reservation, with guests enjoying a trio of private beaches, tennis courts, fitness facilities, and a Great House with pool and dining room.


Almost entirely powered by wind and solar energy, this 72-acre island places an emphasis on sustainability—and luxury amenities.


Catering to private groups of up to 28 guests, the all-inclusive Over Yonder offers four stylish villas, a nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, two fully equipped fitness centres, yoga instructors, massage therapists, on-request trainers, a 12-seat cinema, a beach club with state-of-the-art sound system, and a crewed, 120-foot sailing yacht.


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