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Bahamas 


Bahamas Cruises

Andros, Bahamas

Less than 60 miles off the east coast of Florida, The Bahamas are a popular cruise choice for experienced cruisers and novices alike. Proximity to the U.S. mainland means you can fit a Bahamas island cruise into a long weekend, though longer itineraries are available.


Best Time To Go:

Any Time of Year


Best For:

  • Couples
  • Singles
  • Families
  • Beach Lovers
  • Watersport Aficionados


Major Ports of Call:


Nassau, New Providence Island

  • Enjoy beautiful white sand beaches and great shopping.
  • Browse Festival Place (next to the cruise ship dock) for handmade crafts, conch shell jewelry and straw hats.
  • Visit the Straw Market on West Bay Street.
  • Shop charming and elegant boutiques for leather goods, jewelry, perfume and watches.
  • For history buffs, don’t miss Fort Charlotte, where the ramparts and dungeons date from the 18th century.
  • Swim, snorkel, and get acquainted with sea life.



Freeport, Grand Bahama Island

  • Ride a horse across the sandy beaches, take a catamaran to a prime spot for snorkeling or simply log some sunbathing time.
  • Tour the town and its colorful colonial-era buildings.
  • Dive down to explore a shipwreck or a limestone cavern, hike through a nature center, or swim with friendly dolphins.


Private Islands

  • Several cruise lines own private islands in The Bahamas, where you can enjoy a day of sun and fun.
  • Have fun doing a variety of beach activities.
  • Most cruise lines provide an island buffet for lunch, with everything tasting delicious in the fresh air and tropical surroundings.


To learn more about your options for a cruise to The Bahamas, just contact Cruise Holidays of Marlboro.

Cruise Reviews
Cruise reviews from Ralph Grizzle, our Cruise Holidays roving cruise reporter
 

 

Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas