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Port Lucaya provides a convenient starting point to all your vacation activities. Our waterfront location ensures perfect access to a wide range of exciting water or land based based fun.
Gaming for High Rollers
Isle of Capri Casino
Isle of Capri Casino at Our Lucaya is only a few steps away from the beautiful Port Lucaya Marketplace and world famous Count Basie Entertainment Square. Isle of Capri Casino opened it's doors on December 15th, 2003, with rows of sparkling slot machines, gaming tables, Bars, Restaurant and service thats second to none. You can temp lady luck 24 hours a day at Isle of Capri, located on the beach at Our Lucaya and a heartbeat away from Port Lucaya Marketplace.
Watersports for Ocean Lovers
Thrilling tourists for over 30 years, Lucaya’s largest and longest established operators offers a host of water-sporting activities from big-game fishing to bare-boat charters and parasailing. Take a trip on their Mermaid Kitty, one of the World’s biggest glass bottom boats or on Island Princess, their ‘72 foot Cat. Join a booze cruise or beach party and snorkel.
Pat & Diane Cruises
Imagine yourself in the water among hundreds of colourful tropical fish and spectacular coral formations. Experience the thrill of feeding the fish from your own hands. Join Pat and Diane on their Snorkeling Fish Feeding Adventure Tour. Have a truly memorable vacation by experiencing a wide variety of activities, services and menus.
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Join the crew of the largest party boat on the Island and cruise on one of their fantastic cruises. Beach Parties, Sunset Cruises, Booze Cruises, plus, their Steak and Lobster Dinner will provide all the entertainment you’ll need! Want to see Grand Bahama’s beautiful reefs without getting wet? The state-of-the-art, air-conditioned, Seaworld Explorer Semi-submarine will take you below the surface of the ocean where you’ll explore magnificent coral reefs.
UNEXSO - Underwater Explorer’s Society
One of the best diving and snorkeling in the Caribbean. Home of The Dolphin Experience, a pod of Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins. Observe these friendly animals close up, take pictures from their observation deck, listen to interesting facts about dolphins, and ask questions of their animal care staff. Sit with your feet in the water as the dolphins swim up to you, or if you wish, step into waist deep water and touch these amazing animals.
Golfing in Paradise at Our Lucaya
The Butch Harmon School of Golf
Three-day and one-day golf schools are available to guests of The Westin and Sheraton at Our Lucaya Beach & Golf Resort. Our professionals will help you understand your game more fully, helping you apply your own unique swing to every phase of the game, the long game and the short game, bunker play, trouble shots, putting and more. They'll also help you focus on course management. Regardless of your level, age or experience the Butch Harmon School of Golf can take your game to an entirely new level. It's a level based on understanding your own unique swing. As Butch Harmon says "Many people play golf, but few truly understand it."
Lucayan Golf Course
This course, created in 1962, is an Audubon-affiliated member of the USGA and The Metropolitan New York Golf Association. The Lucayan Course pits your golf skills against Dick Wilson's mind and the natural wonders of Grand Bahama Island. Testing precision rather than distance, with doglegs, elevated greens and thick stands of tropical foliage. So bring plenty of balls. The tall trees give shade from the sun and other players on the course. There's no tight schedule and no need to rush your round so you can take it easy. With wide target areas off the tee and well-protected elevated greens, it's a great place to enjoy the great game.
Reef Golf Course
It became part of Grand Bahama Island's landscape in October 2000. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. in a contemporary links style, requiring a different approach than the Lucayan Course. A strong short game goes a long way on this breathtaking course.
The wide fairways may be a little forgiving but the huge bunkers that protect the greens are not. And the large, level greens may please the eye but their speed will harm your scorecard. Add that with an unpredictable ocean wind and you have yourself a formidable opponent. To top things off Jones brought water into play on 13 of 18 holes. You didn't really expect to avoid water while playing on an island did you?
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