Marsh Harbour, the largest town in Abaco, continues to flourish into the island’s central hub for transportation, government and medical services. A new hospital, a government complex as well as an additional airport terminal all contribute to this expanding area. The new terminal at the international airport allows for an increase in daily direct flights from major U.S. cities and easier access to car rentals. Not to mention, the town plans to build a new sports complex for baseball, track and field, and soccer.
Albury’s Ferry, a family business, known to customers for its impeccably run schedule and small acts of kindness. The company has been in operation since the airport opened on February 18, 1959. Today, the company’s fleet is made up of twelve “Donnies,” wide body fiberglass diesel powered boats built to Albury’s Ferry specifications in Florida.