Clifton Bay is home to a world famous reef system and seagrass beds. The bay is bordered by the over 200-acre Clifton Heritage National Park which has significant historic and cultural importance. The clear, sparkling waters of Clifton Bay provided the film setting for several of the most famous James Bond underwater scenes. Clifton Bay is also home to one of the few remaining public beaches, including Jaws Beach, still available to Bahamians living on New Providence Island.
Mr. Frederick Roy Smith, QC has had an extensive practice in human rights, constitutional, and administrative law. Mr. Smith is now very active in environmental protection litigation. He is the managing partner of the oldest law firm in The Bahamas, Callenders & Co in Freeport and is a director of Save the Bays.
67 Beach Lane - P.O. Box N 302
Nassau, New Providence