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Caves Heights Condominiums in Nassau, Bahamas Provides Premier Location for Yachting Enthusiasts and Residents Seeking the Ultimate Island Lifestyle

NASSAU, Bahamas, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Home to the most pristine blue waters, Caves Heights is a premier oceanfront luxury condo development on the western shore of New Providence Island situated in Nassau's extensive yachting community. Its exceptional boating amenities and abundant marine life has made the destination sought out by yachting and fishing enthusiasts alike.

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Nestled in the heart of Nassau's waters is the world's third largest reef, protected marine parks and an array of wildlife including turtles, bottlenose dolphins, sting rays, reef fish, spider crabs and whales. Nassau's infrastructure and waterways are ideal for sailing, and its beautifully manicured marinas and full service docks allow for a unique yachting experience. Combined, the destination offers guests an exclusive water adventure complete with white sandy beaches, regattas, spearfishing, diving and luxury boating. Charters are also available from nearby South Florida to Nassau.

"Caves Heights and The Bahamas in general provide our owners a luxurious, tropical lifestyle with exquisite yachting amenities allowing them to go explore all the riches Nassau and what the Out Islands have to offer with ease," says Gustaf Hernqvist, VP of Sales & Marketing for Caves Heights.

With direct flights from major cities in Canada, the US, South America and Europe, Nassau has become one of the most easily accessible destinations for second-homes, vacation homes and residents.

Caves Heights offers owners luxurious accommodations with a beautiful Caribbean backdrop. The private gated community features two-, three-, or four-bedroom penthouse condos ranging from 1,855 to 4,594 square feet and most priced between $695,000 and $2,400,000 USD. Amenities include a heated lap pool for year-round fitness, family fun pool with central dining island, in-pool rock formation with a swim-inside seating area, fitness center offering a weight room and aerobic room, illuminated hard surface tennis court, tennis pavilions, gazebos, fountains, viewing platforms, family BBQ, 24 hour security, air conditioned storage and ample parking.

The adjacent Caves Village is reached via golf cart, with golf carts provided to Caves Heights residents, and offers a variety of shops, Italian restaurant, Chinese and dim sum restaurant, spa, hair and nail salon, fine wine store, pharmacy and other amenities in a fountain courtyard style development with lit paved walkways and exquisite landscaping. www.cavesheights.com 

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