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The Bahamas--one of the most popular cruise destinations in the world--can be reached on most short cruise getaways. The proximity of Nassau and Freeport to departure ports in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Port Canaveral (east of Orlando), Jacksonville and Charleston make them ideal for 3, 4 or 5-night cruises. There are also longer cruises departing from Baltimore and New York that visit the Bahamas as well.
Bahamas cruises are great for winter escapes as well as group trips like girlfriend getaways, bachelor weekends, business meetings, family reunions, honeymoons and even destination weddings.
When it comes to finding a cruise deal, the lowest prices will almost always be on Bahamas cruises since they offer the shortest itineraries. With numerous cruise lines sailing to the Bahamas, competition is healthy--which translates in great pricing and regular discounts. Plus, with several departure ports to choose from you can either drive, or compare airfare in order to find your best overall cruise and air package.
Visit our Virtual Tours tab (below) for maps and photos of Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Nassau, Paradise Island, the Abacos, and Eleuthera Island.
Then call us at (800) 668-6414 and let us find the best cruise deal to the Bahamas for you--with friendly, expert service and advice that's always free.View Available Bahamas Cruise Deals
What is it about islands that grip our imagination? They're the scene for countless books and movies, ranging from the adventurous to the romantic! They're the locale for exotic wildlife--both above and below the water. And of course, they're home to many of the planet's most private and picturesque beaches. Fortunately, you don't have to go far to get that special "island experience" when you take a cruise to the Bahamas.
Just 75 miles away from the U.S. Mainland, the Bahamas truly feel like a world away. There are over 700 islands and cays, but most of the land mass is on a handful of them; Andros (the largest), Abaco, Grand Bahama, Inagua, Exuma, and New Providence to name a just a few.
Formerly a British Colony, the Bahamas still shares cultural and historic ties to Great Britain--from lilting English/Caribbean accents to surnames from the British Empire. Nassau, the largest city and the capitol, is also the most visited by cruise ships. And the Bahamas rely on tourism for more than half of their GDP, so hospitality and recreation for visitors are front and center.
Known for excellent beaches, natural coral reefs and abundant marine life, much of the recreation in the Bahamas revolves around boating, fishing, snorkeling, scuba and other forms of marine recreation (although you won't find much surfing, if any, in the Bahamas). As a cruise ship guest, there are plenty of options:
Today, the Bahamas are regularly served by all of the contemporary cruise lines--Royal Caribbean, Carnival Cruises, Norwegian and Disney Cruise Line--and intermittently by some of the premium lines including Celebrity, Holland America and Princess. You can find cruises by going back to the Deals tab on this page, or by using our convenient Cruise Search tool and select Bahamas. Or, get in the island spirit and let someone else do the work for you! Call and ask a Cruise Deals expert plan your Bahamas vacation. . .our service and advice are both friendly and free!View Available Bahamas Cruise Deals