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Seven hundreds Islands in the Atlantic Ocean

The Bahamas are part of the Caribbean's Lucayan Archipelago. The Lucayans were the original population here, Native Americans who faced the arrival of Christopher Columbus.
In fact the first landfall in the New Word happened on San Salvador Island. The very close Little San Salvador, one of the most spectacular destination ever, is a famous cruise destination, also known as Half Moon Cay. Carnival Corporation owns this private island, leaving it exclusively for the lucky tourists coming with a ship for an unforgettable day. But to each their own treasure Island!
  • Carnival Corporation: Half Moon Cay
  • Royal Caribbean: Coco Cay
  • Norwegian Cruise Line: Great Stirrup Cay
  • Disney Cruises: Castaway Cay
  • MSC Cruises: Ocean Cay Marine Reserve
  • Virgin Voyages: Bimini Beach Club
They all have spectacular beaches to visit at least once in a lifetime! But you'll want to come back to all the fun they have in store for you! Last but not least Nassau and Freeport. Especially Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, is one of the most busy cruise port in the world.

Best Bahamas cruise destinations: (more coming soon)

Which home ports to sail from?

The main traffic is coming from the East Coast of the United States, thanks to its vicinity. So they can manage also very short cruises for flash vacay. The most important home ports are in Florida, but also Charleston, Baltimore and New York are reaching The Bahamas.

Which Cruise Lines to get there?

Due to the great request, almost every Cruise Line is visiting the region. All-year-round cruises are offered by Carnival, Royal, Norwegian, Celebrity, Princess, MSC and smaller groups. During summer other ships are relocating here and you can find some more cruises like Costa!

What is the best time to visit?

Due to the tropical weather, warm climate allows to enjoy beaches all year round. The worst time is from August to November, due to the Hurricane Season. But don’t worry, hurricanes are only occasional, moreover ships are vey well monitoring storms and they deviate to other ports when is required.

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