Bahamas

 

The Bahamas consists of over 700 individual islands and many more rock and coral formations throughout the Northern Caribbean Sea. The islands are a very popular tourist destination especially for cruise passengers as they account for nearly 75% of all cruise travel. The islands have a long and colorful history of discovery, industry, pirates and drug smugglers all of which can be explored both through the pages below and through visiting them and immersing yourselves in their culture.

 

Nassau

Nassau is the capitol of the Bahamas and is also the center of commerce for the island group. 70% of the population of the Bahamas live in the city.

 

Freeport

Freeport is on the Northernmost Bahamian Island of Grand Bahama Island. It is only 65 miles East of West Palm Beach and is considered the industrial capitol of the Bahamas.

 

Castaway Cay

Castaway Cay is Disney Cruise Line’s private island available exclusively to their cruise passengers.

 

Cococay

Cococay is Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s private island available exclusively to their cruise passengers as well as Celebrity Cruises and a few Carnival cruises as well.

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Half Moon Cay

Half Moon Cay is Carnival Cruise Line’s private island and available exclusively to their cruise passengers as well as the passengers on their sister ships within the Holland America line.