Whenever there’s a spirited discussion of economic growth and the subject of magnificent possibilities is at hand, it most likely concerns the Abacos, a group of islands and cays that form a 120-mile long chain stretching over 650 square miles. With a reputation as the best spot in the country for fishing and boating, international tournaments are big draws to the Bahamas archipelago and pleasure boaters arrive in droves. Its strong fishing industry, focused largely on exports, continues to grow, while its farming base has unlimited potential. Easy access to the Abacos is through two international airports at Marsh Harbour on Great Abaco and Treasure Cay. In the cruise tourism sector, Abacos is third in the nation after Nassau and Grand Bahamas with its 17 registered docks available. It’s no wonder investors keep their eyes on Abacos.For more information, please visit The Government of The Bahamas, The Government of The Bahamas Department of Statistics
The possibilities are endless in the Abacos, where agricultural and aqua farming yield some of the biggest potentials for growth.