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The Bahamas is a wonderland of adventure, ready-made for exploration.  Guests are greeted by miles of pristine beaches with sugar-white sand and crystal clear turquoise water. Gorgeous strips of sand ring every island of this 700-island archipelago, an ecological oasis, featuring 2,000 breathtaking islands and cays. However, step into the Bahamas and realize beauty extends far beyond It’s natural wonders. Guests are guaranteed to encounter warm hospitality, seeped in rich culture.

The islands of the Bahamas and now Cuba are the most accessible cruise destination from the US. Set sail to the Bahamas and discover a world of sand, surf and sun blended with all the leisure, recreation and wonder of the tropics. The Bahamas is a multifaceted destination that offers a variety of distinctly bahamian experiences for every type of traveler.  Swim face-to-fin with dolphins and tropical fish in the turquoise waters, or soar above the sea in a parasail. Go deep sea fishing for trophy-sized beauties or embark on an underwater adventure snorkeling your way to brightly colored corals and feel the thrill of scores of reef fish brush the soles of your feet.

The islands of the Bahamas are the most accessible cruise destinations from the U.S.

“It is Better in the Bahamas”



Destination Highlights:
■ Sail to the Blue Lagoon and swim with the dolphins in crystal-clear water
■ Reef dive or fly high above azure waters in a parasail.
■ Spend the day at Atlantis on Paradise Island with its bustling casino and the largest aquarium in the Caribbean
■ Spend a full day frolicking on a private island playground
■ Soak up the sun on a white-sand beach or snorkel with exotic fish
■ Shop local crafts at the famous straw market

Cruise Tips:
■ Weather is great year round
■ Sailing are 3, 4, 5 or 7 days in length year-round
■ Most 3-night cruises are a Friday-Monday pattern or Thursday-Sunday pattern
■ Most 7 –night cruises are Saturday- Saturday or Sunday-Sunday
■ Main departure ports are from Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Port Canaveral, Jacksonville and Tampa.  Charleston, Baltimore, New York, New Jersey and Boston also offer longer sailings to the Bahamas.
■ Majority of sailings include a full day at a private island, exclusive for only cruise guests.