The Kit Vowel: The realization of the kit vowel in the Bahamian English is pretty much the same as in American English, the default [ɪ].
The Dress Vowel: The vowel of dress is [ɛ].
The Trap Vowel: This vowel is mostly [a] or [æ].
The Lot Vowel: As mostly of the US, this vowel is usually [ɑ].
The Strut Vowel: It is the same as in the US English, [ʌ].
The Foot Vowel: It is [ʊ].
The Fleece Vowel: It's [i] or a diphthong [ɪi].
The Face Diphthong: It's generally [eɪ] or [ɛɪ].
The Palm Vowel: It is mostly [ɑ].
The Thought Vowel: The vowel of thought is [ɔ].
The Goat Diphthong: It's generally [ɵʊ] or [oʊ].
The Near Diphthong: It's [eə] or [iə].
The Square Diphthong: It's [eə].
The Start Vowel: It's [ɑː].
The North Diphthong: The diphthong in north is usually [ɔə].
The Force Diphthong: The diphthong in force is usually [oə].
The Cure Diphthong: The diphthong in cure is usually [uə].
The Bath Vowel: This vowel is mostly [a] or [æ].
The Cloth Vowel: It is mostly [ɔ].
The Nurse Vowel: It varies among [ə], [ɜ] and [ɜi].
The Goose vowel: It's mostly [ʉː].
The Price/Prize Dithphong: It's generally [ɑɪ].
The Choice Diphthong: It's [oɪ] or [ɑɪ].
The Mouth Diphthong: It varies among [ao], [aɵ][aɛ] and [ɑə].
The happY vowel: It is pretty much the kit vowel: [ɪ].
The lettEr-horsEs-commA vowel is [ə].
The Bahamian accent is non-rhotic.
There's poor distinction between the [v] and [w] sounds in Bahamian English. The contrast is often neutralized or merged into [v], [b] or [β], so village sounds like [wɪlɪdʒ], [vɪlɪdʒ] or [βɪlɪdʒ]. This also happens in the Vincentian, Bermudian and other Caribbean Englishes.
Dental fricatives are usually changed to alveolar plosives:
Voiced: -"That" turning into "Dat". -"Those" turning into "Dose". -"There" turning into "Dere". -"They" turning into "Dey".