Today we wanted to talk about the best Bahamas cruises. There are tons of different cruise lines that sail in the Bahamas, but not all of them are awesome. I’m here to share the best Bahamas cruises with you all. These are in no specific order.
Sailing from Orlando, Miami, the east coast and the gulf coast, Royal Caribbean has a ton of different options for your Bahamas vacation. There are 3 or 4 night cruises all the way up to 9 nights (typically sailing out of the East coast, NYC or Baltimore). Most of the cruises makes stops in Nassau, but for the longer ones, you could find yourself in places like Key West, CocoBay or Bermuda.
From Carnival, you can set sail from Charleston, Orlando, Jacksonville, Baltimore, Miami, Norfolk or Fort Lauderdale. Carnival also offers cruises from 3 or 4 nights all the way up to 9 nights. They make stops in Half Moon Cay, Nassau, Freeport and Key West. Obviously the cruise you choose probably won’t stop at all of them, but half moon cay and Nassau seem to be the most popular.
Norwegian offers cruises up to a week leaving from Miami, Orlando and New York City. The cruises make stops in Nassau, Great Bahama Island and Norwegian’s very own Great Stirrup Cay. When you book an all inclusive cruise on Norwegian, you even get free drinks.
Disney Cruise Line
I had to save my favorite for last. I’ve wanted to go on a Disney cruise since I was a little girl. They, again, offer up to week long cruises to the Bahamas. The ship typically leaves from Port Canaveral, where Disney World is just an hour away. They travel to Castaway Cay, Disney’s own island, and Nassau.
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