We just got back from a month in Exumas
, plus some time in Berry's. Unless you're checking in or fueling up, there is no temporary dockage except for some dinghy dockage. We can beach our cat, but most of the beaches with nice sand were very gradual slope. With 3-4 ft tides, you might either float off or be there until next tide change. Some beaches looked clean but had rocks or conch shells, you would have to miss. The only boat we saw beached the entire time we were there was another seawind
1000 that belonged to a friend, and only at two spots he knew very well. At chat n chill in Georgetown
, and at pirate cove on big majors. That's it.
Buy something to get yourself ashore. My recommendation. Row the dinghy if you want to keep cost down.
Oh, and there are a few marinas
. Staniel, Highborne, Chub, Compass
. Plan to pay $3-4+ per foot plus a charge for electricity, and water by the gallon. IF they have room for you. I didn't look into marinas at Georgetown