Devils Cay

Devil's Cay spans 117 acres, with spectacular white sandy beaches running along both its eastern and western shores. It's currently uninhabited, save for the sea turtles who periodically come to lay eggs at the cove on the island's north side. A stately ridge runs along the island's western side, while at its center is a low-lying marshy area that, if opened up to the sea, could easily serve as a landlocked harbor. Deep water surrounds the isl ...

Devil's Cay spans 117 acres, with spectacular white sandy beaches running along both its eastern and western shores. It's currently uninhabited, save for the sea turtles who periodically come to lay eggs at the cove on the island's north side. A stately ridge runs along the island's western side, while at its center is a low-lying marshy area that, if opened up to the sea, could easily serve as a landlocked harbor. Deep water surrounds the island, making boat accessibility uncomplicated.

Just 150 miles due east of Miami and 35 miles northwest of Nassau, Devil's lies in the middle of the Berry Islands, a J-shaped chain of about thirty larger islands and more than a hundred smaller islets and cays, all covering an area of about 30 square miles. The Berrys (as they are locally known) are sometimes called the Fishbowl of the Bahamas, reflecting their lure as a big game fishing destination -- tiger fish, wahoo, billfish, tuna, grouper, and king mackerel all in plentiful supply.

Devil's Cayi s less than 15 miles from both of the Berrys' biggest islands, Great Harbour Cay and Chub Cay. The former was once a playground for international celebrities like Cary Grant and Bridget Bardot, while the latter is known today as the Billfish capital of the Bahamas. Scuba and snorkeling are also popular in the area, with the dramatic Chub Cay Wall offering splendid undersea vistas. Both Great Harbour and Chub have airstrips, rendering nearby Devil's easily accessible.

Less than 700 people call the Berrys home, but thanks to the chain's reputation as a quiet private island refuge, it's thought to boast one of the highest concentrations of millionaires in the world


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