Restoring Grand Bahama Island after Hurricane Matthew

Grand Bahama Island was among those islands hardest hit during the passage of Hurricane Matthew in the beginning of October.  The tourism industry on the island is moving quickly to rebuild itself in an effort to offer something better than ever. Below are the recent updates


Castaways Resort and Suites – OPEN

Pelican Bay Hotel – OPEN

Flamingo Bay Resort – OPEN

The Marlin at Taino Beach Resort – OPEN

Grand Lucayan Resort –  Lighthouse Pointe Open; Breakers Cay – Re-Opening Date TBD

Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort – OPEN

Memories Grand Bahama Beach and Casino Resort – Re-Opening Date TBD

Old Bahama Bay Resort – OPEN

Ocean Reef Resort – OPEN

Bell Channel Inn – OPEN

Royal Islander – OPEN

Sunrise Resort and Suites – OPEN

Island Resort and Golf Club – OPEN

Island Seas Resort – OPEN

Mayfield Beach Timshare – OPEN

Freeport Resort and Club – OPEN

Dundee Bay Villas – OPEN


Treasure Bay Casino – Closed for repairs.  Re-open date TBD.


Garden of the Groves – OPEN

Grand Bahama Nature Tours – OPEN

Paradise Cove – OPEN

Reef Tours – OPEN


Fragrance of The Bahamas/Perfume Factory – OPEN

Ocean Motion Water Sports  – OPEN

Billy Joes – Closed and working on rebuilding.  Re-open date TBD.

Pier One Restaurant – OPEN – location change to Port Lucaya Marketplace

Agave Latin Fusion Restaurant – OPEN

Out Da Sea Outdoor Bar and Grill – OPEN

Fish Fry at Smith’s Point – OPEN

Zorbas Restaurant (Port Lucaya Marketplace)- OPEN

Flying Fish Restaurant – OPEN

Sabor Restaurant – OPEN

The Grill Restaurant – OPEN

Bones Bar – OPEN

Bahamas Adventures – OPEN.

Pine Tree Stables – OPEN

Port Lucaya Marketplace – OPEN

Pirates Cove – OPEN


Balearia Caribbean – Regular schedule operating

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line – Regular schedule operating

Bahamasair – Operating service from Ft. Lauderdale to Grand Bahama Island.  Operating from Orlando starting June 22, 2017