This 20 Bahamian dollar banknote is in uncirculated condition and TAP Authenticated by Banknote World experts. The note was introduced in 2018 as part of the CRISP (Counterfeit Resistant Integrated Security Product) Evolution banknote family. It has magenta, pink, green, orange, blue, and yellow colors. Its obverse side contains the map of the Bahamas, a bougainvillea flower, a pirate ship, a SPARK Orbital OVI bird, and the portrait of Milo B. Butler, the first governor-general of the Bahamas. Its reverse side, like other notes in the CRISP Evolution family, is vertically oriented. The reverse side also features the Sir Sidney Poitier and Paradise Island bridges, the coat of arms of the Bahamas, and a view of the Festival Place tower overlooking Nassau Harbor. Other security features in the note are the Active windowed security thread with demetalized 20 and sand dollar, tactile vertical bars, a compass rose registration device, and a watermark of Milo B. Butler with electrotype 20. The note measures 156 mm long and 67 mm wide. It is printed by De La Rue.