Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park (Warderick Wells)

Slip Information:
Marina Phone: (242) 225-6402
HQ Building, 
Warderick Wells, Exuma 

Contacting Exuma Park Exuma Park’s office is located on a remote location on a small island – conacting the park office can sometimes be challenging! VHF: Call “Exuma Park” on Channel # 09. Channel #16 is monitored 24 hours a day for emergencies. Park Office Hours: * Monday – Saturday : 9:00 AM to Noon & 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM * Sunday: 9:00 AM to Noon Contact the Park Office on VHF# 09 to request a Mooring. Three separate mooring fields adjacent to Warderick Wells provide plenty of safe moorage for visiting yachts. Approaching from the north, the beautiful natural J shaped harbor is the main mooring field at Warderick Wells. Twenty two mooring balls in this location accommodate yachts of various sizes, including one mooring that is suitable for yachts up to 180′. Just south of the Park Visitor Center is the Emerald Rock Mooring Field. Twenty six moorings there can accommodate a large variety of visiting yachts. With less current and excellent protection from east and northeast winds, this mooring field has become very popular especially with visitors with young children on board. The southwest end of the island is the pirates hangout. Six moorings have been set in the small harbor between the southwest end of Warderick Wells and Hog Cay to the east. For a mooring at one of these locations, contact the Exuma Park Office on VHF 9 during park office hours (9:00 AM – Noon and 1:00 PMù4:00 PM Monday thru Saturday, Sunday 9:00 AM till noon). You may call one day in advance and request to be put on the waiting list for the following day. This online guide is designed to help protect the fragile ecosystems that make up Exuma Park and to help cruisers enjoy a safe and enjoyable visit during their exploration of the land and sea within Exuma Park. The site provides you with a number of sketch charts and other information you can download and print. Remember you should not rely on a sketch chart for navigation – Exuma Park contains many shallow coral reefs and shifting sand bars and you should always maintain a sharp lookout. Explorer Chartbooks and Maptech Chart Kits are available for sale at the Park Office. Established in 1958, Exuma Park is one of 25 National Parks and Protected Areas managed by the Bahamas National Trust. Unique in the world, the Trust is believed to be the only non-profit, non-governmental agency mandated with management of a nationwide system of parks and protected areas. In 1986, The Bahamas National Trust established Exuma Park as a complete NO TAKE ZONE and marine protected area, the first in the wider Caribbean.