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Arriving by Air Mangrove Cay Airport
Mangrove Cay Airport
Daily Flights From Nassau
Mangrove Cay is one of several Islands within the chain of unconnected islands (North Andros, Mangrove Cay and South Andros) known as Andros Island. The islands are separated by miles of water and there are no bridges connecting North Andros, Mangrove Cay and South Andros. Each island has it's own airport. The airport in Mangrove Cay is Clarence A. Bain Airport (MYAB).
The airlines that fly into Mangrove Cay are Flamingo Airand LeAir.
Flamingo Airhas two flights daily: Nassau/Mangrove Cay 6:00 AM and 3:00 PM and Mangrove Cay/Nassau 6:30 AM and 3:30 PM
LeAir has two flights daily: Nassau/Mangrove Cay at 6:00 AM and 3:30 PM and Mangrove Cay/Nassau at 6:30 AM and 4:00 PM.
The cost of the flight on either airline is $160round trip plus taxes.
Despite what you may read in some guide books there is no practical inter-island transportation and there is no ferry from Nassau to Mangrove Cay. There are Charter Airlines from Nassau which provide the convenience of flying at your own schedule eliminating long layovers or an overnight stay in Nassau. There are also Charter Airlines that provide service from South Florida.
The Seascape Inn is a three mile ride from the airport and the cost of the taxi is $15 for one or two people and $3 for each additional person in your party.
Please note: Although we update our web site often and do our best to make sure this information is current sometimes the airlines will make changes we are unaware of so please confirm all travel information including flight times, fares, etc. directly with the carrier.
Arriving by Boat
Arriving by Boat
Mangrove Cay does not have a Marina, however for those boaters drawing less than 18 inches it is possible to anchor in front of the hotel with the exception of full and new moon low tides. The GPS coordinates are 24-15.632N by 77-39.687 W. From here it is a 2 mile run to the Andros Barrier Reef, 2 1/2 miles to the Tongue of the Ocean for deep water fishing, 3 miles to either Middle or South Bights connecting to the West Side.