The Commonwealth of The Bahamas is an independent English speaking
nation in West Indies. An archipelago of 700 islands and cays, the
Bahamas is located in the Atlantic Ocean.
The Bahamas Island derives its name from the Spanish baja mar, which
means shallows. Of the hundreds of islands in the group, less than
50 are inhabited, and cruise ships usually visit only two ports--either
Nassau or Freeport. Bordered by white- sand beaches lined with palm
trees, the crystal clear water of the Bahamas is perfect for water
sports like snorkeling, diving parasailing, jet skiing & windsailing.
In the Bahamas, the air and land are filled with hundreds of unique
species of birds, animals and plant life. Cruises to the Bahamas
offer colorful artwork and lively music while at nights, cruise
passengers go ashore to try their luck at the resort casinos.
The different cruise liners that offer cruises to Bahamas are:
NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE-NORWEGIAN SPIRIT
This cruise will cover New York City, Port Canaveral, Miami, Great
Stirrup Cay and Nassau.
DISNEY CRUISE LINE-DISNEY WONDER
This 7-day cruise, commencing from the Walt Disney World Resort
will cover Port Canaveral, Nassau and Castaway Cay is sailing forth
on two different set of dates.