The incredible beach at Fort George Cay.
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Fort George Cay

Turks and Caicos
Editor's Comments
This is a really beautiful little uninhabited island. A perfect destination for day cruises from Providenciales. The movement of tides between this cay and Pine Cay has created a spectacular beach on the southwest of the island.
5-star rating for Fort George Cay by Visit Turks and Caicos Islands
Cannons in the water mark the site where Fort Saint George once stood.

Fort George Cay (originally known as Fort St. George Cay) is a tiny scenic island found between Parrot Cay and Dellis Cay. The island is uninhabited and is popular with locals and visitors alike as a boat cruise destination from Providenciales.

Spectacular beaches are found on both sides of the island. On the western coast near Pine Cay, a sand spit and sandbars have accreted, creating an incredibly beautiful setting. On the eastern side and adjacent to Dellis Cay, a less extensive yet equally beautiful beach can be found, complete with casuarina trees for shade.

Fort Saint George

The former site of Fort Saint George.

In 1795, a gun battery was constructed on the north end of the island by Loyalist planters to defend against pirates, privateers, the French, and Haitian revolutionaries. After a few years, the British took over the fort. Today canons from these defenses could be seen in the shallow water right off the beach. Archeological digs and studies that have taken place on Fort George Cay have revealed some fascinating facts about the fort and the cay. It appears that the island has suffered from serious erosion, losing an estimated 150 feet (46 m) over the last two hundred years, and that fortifications actually used to stand where the canons are found today in the ocean.

Fort George Cay is a protected historical site and a national park and it is illegal to take or damage any artifacts.

Tour Companies

Moana Charters
Moana Charters is a luxury private day charter company, based in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Discover amazing beaches, uninhabited cays, beautiful reefs, and much more. Choose from sporty Axopar day yachts, or a spacious and luxurious Windy yacht with air-conditioned cabin.
Big Blue Collective
Fort George Cay is found only 15-20 minutes north of Big Blue's base. Its' shifting shallow sandbars make this a top destination and it is a place many of Big Blue Collective's private charters end up as guests do not want to leave.
Okeanos Charters
Okeanos Charters is a private luxury charter, with custom adventures to the beautiful beaches, cays, and reefs that surround the Turks and Caicos. Discover paradise at your own pace.
Jedi Charters
Jedi Charters specializes in unpretentious and off-the-beaten-path boat excursions that are fully customized to guest preferences. Snorkel on beautiful reefs, explore deserted beaches, or experience an exhilarating kite downwind safari across the turquoise waters of the Caicos Islands.
Sail Beluga
Built by its current captain in 1982, the Beluga is a 40-foot Polynesian-style catamaran. Several different cruises are available, including visits to the spectacular beaches of the uninhabited Caicos Cays, snorkeling cruises, and the ever popular sunset sails.
Sahara Adventures
Discover the Turks and Caicos with Sahara Adventures, an affordable boat charter company that specializes in private trips and water sports that include sea scooter snorkeling, tubing, and more. Tours may visit the beaches in the Caicos Cays, the barrier reef, Pirate's Cove, and more.
Island Adventure TCI
Island Adventure TCI is a small and locally-owned eco-tour company that specializes in clear kayak wetland tours and private boat charters. Excursions are family-friendly, and are great for experiencing the natural beauty of the Turks and Caicos.
Ocean Frontiers
Visit the spectacular island of Fort George Cay aboard a fun and sleek 37' Axopar. Ocean Frontiers specializes in custom adventures to the best spots in the Turks and Caicos. Snorkel, relax, swim, and explore.