Bahamas is a proper noun. Bahamas is (1) island country in the Atlantic east of Florida and Cuba; a popular winter resort.
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The Bahamas lie fifty miles off the coast of Florida and are a popular vacation destination for travelers. Learn more and find travel and tourism links for planning a Caribbean getaway.
An archipelago with thousands of islands, The Bahamas offers a broad variety of destinations, from the historic pirate haven of Nassau to the naturalist paradise of Inagua.
The Bahamas, comprised of 700 islands and starting just 50 miles off the coast of Florida, are the perfect place for a beach vacation. The water is clear, the climate is tropical, and the sand is white. It's a year-round place to escape to.
The Turks and Caicos Islands comprise 40 islands and cays; only eight of them are inhabited. Located southeast of Florida below the Bahamas, the islands are becoming an offshore investment center.
The following articles provide recent Bahamas-related news.
CHICAGO (AP) - Chad Bruner is a huge football fan. One day last December, he was sitting in a big leather chair in his Oklahoma City home when the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl caught his attention. ...
Jay Cohen. Washington Times. Wednesday, 14 Aug 2019 03:04:05 -0400.
Seven Americans were killed when the helicopter they were in crashed in the Bahamas. Now investigators are trying to figure out what caused the crash. Nikki Battiste reports.
CBS News. Friday, 05 Jul 2019 19:24:32 -0400.
Chris Cline, a West Virginia native who came to be called the King of Coal, was en route to Florida when the copter went down in the waters off Grand Cay.
Amy Held. NPR. Friday, 05 Jul 2019 15:05:37 -0400.
Coal tycoon and self-made billionaire Christopher Cline, 61, was among seven people who died in a helicopter crash on Thursday in the Bahamas, the Register-Herald of West Virginia reported, citing friends of Cline.
Newsmax. Friday, 05 Jul 2019 06:46:19 EDT.