Fresh Seafood

October 21, 2014

in Andros South

Diving for Conch on South Andros

Fresh, fresh conch.. Photo: Kyle Shea.

We like fresh seafood, and have a feeling you might too.. In fact, we get asked all the time by our guests at Andros South whether or not we serve fresh seafood.

South Andros is surrounded by a practically untouched marine environment absolutely loaded with grouper, snapper, crawfish (lobster), dorado, conch and more. There’s no need to rummage through the frozen food section, or visit the local fish market.. We’re able to buy our sea-food directly from our dock, as fresh as physically possible, and we think that’s pretty special.

Oh, and the bonefishing is pretty good too..

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