Sparkling islands for swimming, sunning, shopping, and seafood
Cruise to The Bahamas—at the intersection of sun, sand, and sea—and we'll reintroduce you to broad white beaches, clear turquoise waters, and bustling straw markets. We'll show you these islands like no one else.
Families find tons of activities on a Bahamas cruise with us. We take you diving and snorkeling on coral reefs teeming with neon fish. You can swim and play with friendly dolphins—often smarter than the family dog. Launch out for a thrilling day of deep-sea fishing or hop on a skiff to a deserted island—breezes rocking your hammock, sun bronzing your skin.
Shop for hand-rolled Cuban cigars, hand-painted Bahamian art, and hand-weaved straw hats. Dine on the Gulf Stream's fresh snapper, grouper, and other delights. Try the conch fritters while sipping on a cool drink. Best of all, our Bahamas cruise vacations come with luxurious accommodations, cool bars, hot restaurants, and superlative service—right on board.
Bustling markets and placid beaches are like the yin and yang of this capital of The Bahamas. The Nassau Straw Market, three blocks from the port, presents a riot of vendors, shoppers, and pirates, while the broad white beaches, minutes from town, feature sun-kissed sands, turquoise waters, and coral reefs. In between, there are activities to suit the whole family—observing sharks, swimming with dolphins, plunging down water slides.
Ernest Hemingway made wild, colorful Key West his home, and you will want to do the same. Home to modern-day adventurers, artists and poets, the island's charming Old Town teems with restaurants, bars and unique shops. Add pristine coral reefs, coconut palms and a laid-back attitude that's truly contagious, and it's easy to see why so many visitors to Key West never leave.
In the 1800s, William Lauderdale built a fort. Today, 16 million visitors come each year for miles of broad white sandy beaches, dozens of lush green golf courses, and Caribbean cruises from Fort Lauderdale. Stroll the famous beachfront promenade, just 15 minutes from the port, and plunge into the warm Atlantic. Head downtown to Las Olas Boulevard, paralleling New River, to sip lattes in outdoor cafés, shop chic boutiques, and catch concerts at the performing arts center. Stop at Stranahan House, the city's oldest structure, built in 1901 as a trading post and preserved as a museum, or explore a whole village of historic buildings at History Fort Lauderdale.