San Salvador

Island Profile

San Salvador Island in the Bahamas believed to be Columbus’ first stop on his inaugural expedition to the New World on October 12, 1492. About 1,200 people reside on San Salvador Island, and its principal community is Cockburn Town. The island is home to many shallow-water reefs where snorkelers can observe hundreds of species of fish on the shores of Graham’s Harbor. The Dixon Lighthouse, located south of Dixon Hill Settlement, is 160 feet tall and was constructed in 1887 by the Imperial Lighthouse Service. Ruins and shipwrecks in the area are also major tourist attractions.

SEACOR Island Lines Contacts
Address Contact Extension
San Salvador Agent
No address, please call by phone
Michelle Williams Mobile: 242 427 3800
Fax: 242 331 2020

U.S. OFFICE:
Tel: 954 920 9292
Fax: 954 925 5342

Note: All items going to this island must be prepaid.