I've done this trip. You're out of sight of land for only a short while (1/2 hr +/-) if you're going to West End. It's an easy trip on a good day.
I am assuming you:
are twin screws;
will have full fuel
with empty waste tank;
will have a spare anchor
and chain (lots of coral
in the Bahamas);
have working VHF, GPS
, with a back up hand held GPS
will have a paper chart, even if you don't use it;
will have a Bahama's and Quarantine flag;
will have lots of spare parts
, including a spare prop and prop hubs;
will have proper tools on board to fix your boat;
will have a ditch bag;
will have color copies of your passport (the credit card passport is usable by boat to the Bahamas) insurance
, and the title to the boat;
will have both personally registered with the US Government
(Global Entry, etc.) so that you do not have to clear customs
when you return , and also the boat (DO IT NOW);
will have a quality cooler that will hold ice for more than one day;
will have lots and lots of bottled water
you've made reservations at your arriving marina.
is a better port to be stuck at than West End. There is more to do.
Last but not least: I am envious. Have a great trip. Lucaya is a great port of entry too. There is a conch shack right at the city marina... she makes a great conch salad.