A Web Community for the Island of Cat Cay, Bahamas
Legend has it that the name “Cat Cay” came from pirates who thought the island was shaped like the cat line of a sailing vessel. Cat Cay is a coral strand with gleaming white beaches, washed by the silver crested sapphire waves of the Atlantic Ocean. The island, two and a quarter miles across and a half mile wide is located on the western edge of the four-meter-deep Bahama Bank where anglers go for marlin, bluefin tuna, wahoo, and other big game fish. Miami is located a short 50 miles west and Bimini island lies 8 miles to the north.
Many a dreamer yearns for the splendid isolation of a lush tropical island, where the languid shuffle of the daily tide and whispering sea breezes replace the fast-paced hustle of normal existence. Cat Cay Yacht Club is more than just a private club, it's a close-knit community of like-minded families from all over the United States and abroad. At peak times of the year the island buzzes with lively parties, activities, and social gatherings at private homes. At other times Cat Cay lapses into a blissful quiescence perfect for beachcombers or hammock-bound readers.
Cat Cay Yacht Club is a private club with facilities located on North Cat Cay, Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
The club has no direct or indirect relationship with any present or future development of South Cat Cay, an entirely separate island.