Abaco has some of the best blue marlin fishing in the Bahamas. This is the first leg of the three part Bermuda Triangle Series. This leg is named the "Bahamas Open" meaning that everyone in the area is invited to participate!
Getting to Abaco is a snap - leaving it is the hard part! Board an hour long flight out of Miami, Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach and before you know it... you're landing on the island!
The host marina is Boat Harbour Marina at the Abaco Beach Hotel. The marina has 190 protected slips for yachts up to 200 feet.
There are electrical hookups, multiple fueling stations, two freshwater swimming pools, tennis courts, bicycle rentals, a bar on the beach, restaurant and pool bar. There are also laundry and shower facilities and a gift shop and boutique. Contact the Marina Manager at (242) 367-4152 or email: email. Website See
Abaco Beach Resort is family friendly too. So, while you're out fishing in the tournament there are plenty of activities for the family to enjoy.
The favorite with our anglers! The Abaco Beach Resort is located just a stones throw from the marina. You'll find this to be one of the most comfortable resorts you've ever stayed in!
Gorgeously appointed, Abaco Beach Resort is a casual and tranquil escape.
Guest rooms and suites- you'll find they are elegant and luxurious.
Expect impeccable, friendly service and personal touches.
Abaco Beach Resort is our host hotel and the site of the awards banquet. The food is wonderful and you'll find a menu that offers a wide variety of choices. Specialties are naturally the fresh caught fish and lobsters - but the steaks cut like butter and will melt in your mouth!
Hotel Reservations. Tel: 242-367-2158 Email: email
We recommend that you visit the Abaco Beach Resort web site in order to choose your room go there For best rates let them know that you are fishing in the 'Bahamas Open' or the Bermuda Triangle Series.
May 13-14, 2011 Join our 2 day "Heavy Hitters" Division. It's a slug fest with a simple format... most Blue Marlin wins! The entry fee is just $1500 per boat! The Hitter's Calcutta is a suggested $5,000 per boat but the final $$$ amount and the winner's split will be decided by majority agreement during the anglers meeting. The BSA shall receive 15% of any pot amount. This is an old fashion "boat tournament" without rules on the number of anglers, crew, rods, line test or fight time.
Observers are supplied to oversee the release and the use of IGFA angling rules. 1000 "points" per blue marlin released and most points wins. Ties are broken by time. Because we represent a youth organization that promotes conservation, any blue marlin that is boated for "personal best" reasons cannot be awarded points unless the fish weighs 1000 pounds. Checks written to BSA are tax deductible. Teams entered into the BTS "Bermuda Open" (series entrants or a local entry) that also wish to join the "Heavy Hitters" pot may do so, but the structured rules of the BTS "Bermuda Open" must prevail. Participants in the "Heavy Hitters" division are invited to all tournament functions.
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We wish to thank the entire community of Abaco and especially the Bahamas Tourism Office for their kind support of the Boat Harbour leg of the Bermuda Triangle Series.
This tournament is a fund raising event for the VI Council of Boy Scouts and youth organizations on the islands we visit.
We ask our contestants to respect the local laws of the Bahamas and that you use the services of our listed sponsors. For more information on the Bahamas you can contact the Bahamas web site at information also available is the bahamas guide Bahamas Guide