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Baker's Bay Golf & Ocean Club

Baker’s Bay Golf & Ocean Club is a private beach retreat for families seeking the finest golf, private club, and outdoor recreation experience available in the Bahamas. Nestled between the turquoise Sea of Abaco and the Atlantic Ocean, the community features picturesque homesites, luxurious island cottages and colorful beach bungalows that blend in perfectly with the rich cultural heritage of the Abaco Islands. Baker’s Bay Golf & Ocean Club creates an unforgettable Bahamian experience for you and your family.

The Marina

The Baker’s Bay Marina is open and enjoying an exciting cruising & sport-fishing season! With 12.5 feet of mean low water, vessels up to 250′ in length are safely able to navigate and access our state-of-the-art marina. The beautiful Marina Village has taken shape with recent additions of the Market Restaurant, Conch Shack bar, infinity pool, fitness center, gaming and event lawn and Atlantic Beach. The Marina Village welcomes members, guests, and public boaters coming into the village to have fun with friends.

The Conch Shack


The most popular spot in the Baker’s Bay Marina is The Conch Shack, an outdoor raw bar. It has become a “must” for anyone visiting the Bahamas and continues to draw guests from neighboring islands to sample the delicious local specialties including the famous conch n’ black bean chili. Sit back and relax with a Kalik beer or Shandy Gaff and catch up with friends in the perfect spot to watch all the spectacular yachts visiting BBC’s popular Marina.

The Market


Serving as a grocery store to provision residences and visiting yachts, a deli-café,

and a restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner – the Market in the

state-of-the art Marina at Baker’s Bay Golf & Ocean Club is modeled after a

classic Bahamian straw market and offers fresh fish, local fruits and vegetables

and other favorite treats. Café tables and umbrellas line the big deck overlooking

the Marina offering a perfect view, and inside, banquettes and tables are spaced

on the hardwood floor under industrial- chic open ductwork and a high,

pounded-tin ceiling.