Ocean Reef Yacht Club & Resort

48-60 Bahama Reef Blvd., PO Box F-42695, Freeport

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The Ocean Reef Yacht Club & Resort is located overlooking its own 55-slip marina on Grand Bahama. It features well-equipped suite- and apartment-style accommodations. Efficiencies, one-, two- and three-bedroom units are available. All but the efficiencies have separate living rooms, dining areas and kitchenettes. Many rooms have sofa beds, Jacuzzi tubs and views of the marina.

The resort has two swimming pools including one with a swim-up bar, a dive shop offering daily snorkeling and diving trips, putting grounds, a tennis court and a volleyball court. The onsite restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and hosts weekly “Dinner and a Movie” nights. Other activities for both children and adults include bingo, Karaoke and a weekly fish fry.

Car, boat and bicycle rentals are all available directly front the resort. Parking and Wi-Fi are offered free of charge. Complimentary local shuttle service is available, and there is a public bus stop within close walking distance.

Our Editor Loves

  • Multi-room accommodations
  • Two swimming pools
  • Restaurant onsite

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator


Ocean Reef

by julianpsmith

It is nice to have a restaurant within the resort, but even nicer is the Dive Shop (Grand Bahama SCUBA) within the resort. They offer a free pool dive on Sunday mornings, and are the most caring and safety conscious people we have ever met.

Open after Dorian !

by Jean S

We were among the first guests staying here after Hurricane Dorian, and we chose not to reschedule so we could be part of the economic recovery as well as enjoy a getaway. The resort had minimal damage, and we had no regrets. A few inconveniences... Being rerouted thru Nassau for customs, having to use only bottled water for drinking, but the restaurant was open with a limited menu and the supermarket was well stocked with everything we wanted or needed. The Bahamian are resilient... It was good to see people caring about and helping each other, sharing bottled water checking in.