Great Harbour Cay (Inner Basin)
- Location: Great Harbor Cay
- Lat / Lon: N 25° 44.938' / W 077° 51.752'
- Depth: 8
There's is room here on either side of the channel for at least a dozen vessels total. (That was the count Feb 2023.). The bottom is mud and small rocks/rubble, but provides decent holding even with 5:1 scope, due in part to the 360° protection from waves and some moderation of wind by the relatively high banks (by Bahamas standards). The basin has near-vertical sides, so one can swing very close—unnervingly so—to the shore/wall. Ensure the channel to the marina is kept clear. Be aware that although there are signs advising the basin has a 5mph, no-wake limit, a number of powerboaters paid no heed and came through at near full-throttle. This is disappointing given how tight the anchorage is, but more importantly: it endangers the manatees that inhabit the basin. The marina at the southeast corner of the basin is somewhat accommodating, but as should be expected does not offer some amenities (e.g., showers & laundry) to non-customers.