|Welcome to Treasure
Cay and Villas #615
Treasure Cay is a community on the Bahamian island of Great Abaco. Abaco is located 175
miles due east of West Palm Beach, about 120 miles long and 15 miles wide, with a
population of about 15,000 native Bahamians residing at Marsh Harbor, Cooperstown and
Treasure Cay. Treasure Cay is located at the center of the island and has its own airport
10 miles from the resort and is accessible from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach
and Orlando Florida. This means you are only a little more than 4 hours from Boston
via a variety of airlines. You will need a US passport (if you are from
the states) to enter and the
customs officials are very friendly. By the way, there is a departure tax of
$15.00. (This might be included in the price of your plane
The resort has an 18
hole golf course, marina, 6 tennis courts,
Spinnaker Restaurant, Tipsy Seagull Bar, Moorings sailboat charters, C & C boat
rental, JIC Boat Rental and dive shop, and a spectacular 3˝ mile beach.
are a short distance from the swimming pool and the beach cabana (both maintained by
the villa association to insure privacy) and a stones throw from the tennis
courts. Transportation is either by foot, bike or golf cart. Golf carts and fishing boats
can be rented inexpensively from John Cash near the marina. Bikes or cars
can be rented at the shopping center. The shopping area has a grocery
store, liquor store, bank, doctor, dentist, and post office.
Our villas, 615 and 637, are completely furnished with pots,
pans, linens, beach towels, ironing board, and lawn furniture. The villas have two large
bedrooms, each with twin beds. A full bath is located off each bedroom. The kitchens
feature toaster, microwave oven, coffee maker and place settings for eight. The living rooms are
spacious with sliding doors leading to the patios. Villas have phones,
cable television, heating, and air conditioning.
||Since Villas 615,
and 637 are for sale, we would like to share some of our discoveries with
you. Probably youll be met by Jackie Bootle,
our friend and taxi driver. Donna Hudson, (Jackie's
sister), heads the cleaning crew and the laundry; Ivan
Russell - the tennis pro is very helpful and a delight; Simpson - the
fisherman, will help you arrange fishing or diving trips; Vivian - The Rolling
Kitchen, has outstanding home cooking; Dont miss the warm cinnamon buns early in the
morning at Florence's Cafe; the entire crew at the Tipsy Seagull make you feel welcome and serve the best
“Goombay Smash” on the island.
Take a few days and visit surrounding islands of Green Turtle Cay, Elbow Cay,
Man-of-War Cay and Guana Cay. Any of the folks mentioned above can help you with details.
The Spinnaker Restaurant is conveniently located by the marina. Also the
Touch of Class is a local restaurant with great native dishes.
(Call them for a pickup at your villa.)
You can usually get fresh conch from the blue truck in the parking lot,
lobster from several natives at the “Tipsy” and vegetables from
Dollar Paul”. Also the grocery store has a fine selection of meats and produce.
As you can see Beth and I are thrilled about Treasure Cay and Villas
615 and 637, so bring your cut off jeans and enjoy - no need for
ties and dresses.
P.S. Wi-Fi internet access is
available throughout the Beach Villa Owners Assn. at no charge.