Featured on Cruising World Magazine
This awesome shot was just recently featured on Cruising World Magazine of the government dock on Rum Cay!
From Gulfnews.com...some words on Rum Cay!
The smaller islands If seeking out the best-kept secret is de rigueur for you on your vacation, then Rum Cay, one of the most scenic cays in the region, will fit the bill. Rent a cosy cottage from which to explore the island, where you can stumble across crumbling stone plantation walls amidst the rolling green hills. Out at sea, just beyond the reef, adventurous divers can experience the wreck...
Oh how Time flies when you’re having rum !!!!
Rum Cay is getting pounded by Hurricane Irene!
Rum Cay is currently in the path of Hurricane Irene. Check out our Rum Cay Hurricane Irene report here! http://rumcayvacationrentals.com/#rumcayhurricanereport Sending prayers and positive vibes to all our fellow Rum Cayans!
If you keep on drinking rum, the world will soon be quit of a very dirty...– Robert Louis Stevenson
Fifteen men on a dead man’s chest / YO HO HO and a bottle of rum / Drink and the...– Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island
Rum Cay Air Charters
Getting to and from Rum Cay from Southern Florida is expensive and can be a challenge. We just created this new page in hopes of bringing people together to share the costs of flying. If you are chartering a plane and have any empty legs let us know. Or you are just one person and would like to share a charter….then let us know that too! http://rumcayvacationrentals.com/rumcayaircharters
Rum, n. Generically, fiery liquors that produce madness in total abstainers.– Ambrose Bierce
I pity them greatly, but I must be mum, for how could we do without sugar and...– William Cowper quotes (English Poet One of the most widely read English poets of his day, 1731-1800)
Fishing on Rum Cay
Rum Cay fishing is nothing but spectacular! Within minutes of Sumner Point Marina you’ll find yourself immersed in big game fish such as blue marlin, tuna, dolphin, wahoo, snapper and groupers. No need to run far offshore to get to them!