Lubbers Quarters is a 350 acre island conveniently located in protected
Take a walk along one of the many beaches and gather shells, sandollars,
conch and many other objects which wash upon the shore, beachcombing couldn’t
be better! Come and meet the friendly residents and enjoy “Cracker P’s”
the only restaurant/bar on this Island. The best-smoked fish dip around!!
Hope Town, our closest town on the island of Elbow Cay, is 10-15 minutes by boat. Hopetown has a picturesque harbour, a loyalist settlement dating back to the 1700’s, and a lighthouse dating back to 1863. The settlement has charming old houses with pastel colors, on narrow streets with plenty of restaurants, sightseeing and shopping.
Also on Elbow Cay is beautiful Tahiti Beach, and the White Sound area with
additional restaurants and marinas.
Man-o-war Cay is known for its boat building industry and sailshop and they also have restaurants and shopping.
Little Harbour, located south, is an anchorage and was home to internationally known bronze artist Randolph Johnson whose foundry and art studio are still open to the public
The Abacos are a paradise for sportspeople. Bonefish, sailfish, grouper,
kingfish, dolphin, wahoo, tuna, snapper and more abound in the crystal clear
turquoise waters. Dive for lobster in season. There are many guides throughout
the area, offering deep sea fishing, scuba, and bonefishing, on the flats.
The reefs have been delighting divers and snorkeling for years as the third
largest barrier reef surrounds Abaco, making both diving and snorkeling superb.
There are many underwater coral seaparks in the area including Sandy Cay,
Pelican Cay National Park and Fowl Cay.
Marsh Harbour is the largest town in the area, 10-15 minutes away, and
offers great restaurants, several supermarkets,
liquor stores, and plenty of duty free shopping at Abaco Gold and John
Bull. There are also gift shops and boutiques with original artwork and straw