Harbour Island Private Jet Charter
Harbour Island Private Jet Charter Service
Trusted Harbour Island Jet Charter Service Since 2005
Paramount Business Jets makes getting to a remote paradise such as Harbour Island in the Bahamas as easy as a day on its powdery pink sand beaches. Paramount arranges flights into nearby North Eleuthera, Bahamas, Airport. From there, it’s a short distance to the boat dock and a five-minute water taxi ride to the tiny luxurious island, a favorite getaway spot of celebrities. The water taxis operate like regular taxis. Call for one and a boat will meet you. Harbour Island, located off the northeast tip of Eleuthera, is ideal for those who want more city-like amenities than are available on Eleuthera but don’t think there’s anything fast-paced here. Get around the island’s five square miles by golf cart, bike or horse and carriage. It’s on Eastern Standard Time and its dollars are equal to U.S. dollars.
Visitors can also use Paramount Business Jets to fly into the Bahamian capital of Nassau, 60 miles east, and take a ferry to Harbour Island. If you’d like to know more about the Paramount planes and flights available to Harbour Island or any other remote paradise in the world, call, toll-free, +1-(877) 727-2538.
How Much Does it Cost to Charter a Private Jet to or from Harbour Island?
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Which Aircraft Category is Best for my Charter Flight to Harbour Island?
Choosing the ideal aircraft for your Harbour Island private jet charter is based on your comfort level, non-stop range, total passengers, the amount of luggage, as well as, the minimum runway required. Most Harbour Island airports can accommodate charter jets of all sizes.
Here are the average specifications of private jets of all sizes:
|MAX FLIGHT TIME
|VLJ||2 - 4||700 - 1,400||4.2 - 4.9||15.8 - 65.3||2:45 - 3:15|
|Light||6 - 7||1,100 - 1,900||4.1 - 5.0||6.3 - 88.2||2:45 - 5:30|
|Super Light||7 - 8||1,700 - 1,900||4.1 - 5.0||50.0 - 85.0||4:00 - 5:30|
|Midsize||8 - 9||1,300 - 3,000||4.8 - 5.9||30.7 - 150.0||2:30 - 8:00|
|Super Midsize||8 - 10||2,400 - 4,000||5.7 - 6.3||50.0 - 155.0||5:30 - 8:00|
|Large||10 - 16||3,600 - 6,000||5.9 - 6.2||115.0 - 317.8||3:00 - 13:00|
|Ultra Long Range||12 - 16||2,500 - 6,700||6.0 - 6.4||140.0 - 325.0||10:00 - 17:00|
|VIP Airliner||16 - 50||3,800 - 6,100||6.5 - 7.3||127.0 - 5,297.0||2:00 - 16:00|
|Helicopter||3 - 8||200 - 650||3.9 - 6.0||0.00 - 88.3||1:15 - 4:00|
Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Harbour Island
|AIRCRAFT NAME||CATEGORY||YOM||SEATS||BAGGAGE SPACE|
|Citation Ultra||Light||1994||7||26.00 ft³ / 0.74 m³|
|Learjet 60||Midsize||2001||8||48.00 ft³ / 1.36 m³|
|BEECH COMMUTER 1900-D||Turboprop Airliner||2007||19||55.00 ft³ / 1.56 m³|
|Dornier DO-328||Turboprop Airliner||2000||30||226.00 ft³ / 6.40 m³|
|SAAB 340A||Turboprop Airliner||2007||-|
|Cessna 208B Grand Caravan||Turboprop Aircraft||2015||9||32.00 ft³ / 0.91 m³|
|Piper Aztec||Turboprop Aircraft||1993||5||30.00 ft³ / 0.85 m³|
Harbour Island Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Harbour Island Airports within 100 Miles
- North Eleuthera Airport, MYEH, ELH, Eleuthera Is, Bahamas
- Governors Harbour Airport, MYEM, GHB, Governor'S Harbour, Bahamas
- Rock Sound Airport, MYER, RSD, Rock Sound, Bahamas
- Sandy Point Airport, MYAS, Abaco Island, Bahamas
- Nassau International Airport, MYNN, NAS, Nassau, Bahamas
- Normans Cay Airport, MYEN, NMC, Norman'S Cay, Bahamas
- Marsh Harbour Airport, MYAM, MHH, Marsh Harbour, Bahamas
- Great Harbour Cay Airport, MYBG, GHC, Berry Is, Bahamas
- Chub Cay Airport, MYBC, CCZ, Berry Is, Bahamas
- Arthurs Town Airport, MYCA, ATC, Cat Island, Bahamas
Harbour Island Weather
|Jul 04||Jul 05||Jul 06||Jul 07||Jul 08|
|Precipitation||2.2 mm||0.9 mm||0.0 mm||0.5 mm||1.1 mm|
|Max Temp||30 °C, 85 °F||30 °C, 86 °F||30 °C, 85 °F||29 °C, 84 °F||29 °C, 84 °F|
|Min Temp||29 °C, 83 °F||29 °C, 84 °F||29 °C, 84 °F||28 °C, 83 °F||28 °C, 83 °F|
|Wind Direction||204 ° SSW||177 ° S||124 ° ESE||108 ° ESE||111 ° ESE|
|Wind Speed||18 km/h, 11 m||14 km/h, 9 m||16 km/h, 10 m||19 km/h, 12 m||22 km/h, 14 m|
Harbour Island Overview
Harbour Island, a tranquil mecca for the well-heeled and other vacationers seeking a remote beach retreat, belies its tumultuous history.
Its original inhabitants were the Lucayan Indians who were enslaved by the Spaniards in the 1500s and shipped to South America to work in gold and silver mines. Then, in the mid-1600s, English Puritans in search of religious freedom, landed on the adjacent island they would call Eleuthera, a derivation of ancient Greek meaning “freedom.” Eleuthera and Harbour Island are the easternmost of the 700 islands that comprise the Bahamas, a coral-based archipelago 200 miles east of Miami now under British rule.
The Puritans were finally safe from religious persecution but, they soon found out, not safe from marauding Spaniards who had easy access to the 110-mile long island. So, they established another settlement on Harbour Island, which was nearby, much smaller and much easier to defend.
The small colony on Harbour Island prospered by building ships that carried fruit, timber, sponges, sugar – and consequently rum, during Prohibition -- to the United States and Europe. Few visited the Bahamas until the 1940s when regular air flights began. Tourists started coming and Harbour Island grew. Its modern-day population is about 2,000. Dunmore Town, the only city on the island was named after Lord Dunmore, who, in the late 1700s, was the first governor of the Bahamas. It’s one of the oldest settlements in the Bahamas and has plenty of the island’s pink sand beach, colorful cottages, white picket fences and lush palm trees, bougainvillea and jasmine. Its sparkling turquoise waters are dotted with yachts and fishing boats.
By the way, wondering why the locals call it Briland? Say Harbour Island quickly over and over and you’ll see.
Things not to miss on Harbour Island:
- Hill Steps: cut out by prisoners, with an underground tunnel.
- Titus Hole: a cave that overlooks the harbor.
- Locally caught lobster.
- Snorkeling the coral reefs.
- Diving along the Devil’s Backbone.