Port Canaveral to Bahamas Cruises
The Bahamas are one of the world's favorite cruise destinations. Close proximity to Florida makes the islands a short voyage from Port Canaveral. Most of the cruises are just 3 or 4 days and are relatively affordable.
What is there to do in the Bahamas? Try gambling, golf, windsurfing, or shopping. Incredibly clear waters and soft sand make it a great place to spend a day at the beach or take a snorkeling or diving excursion. Throw on a swimsuit. Explore the emerald green, turquoise, and crystal-blue waters one sport at a time.
Nassau is the main port of call in the Bahamas. Attractions include beaches, golf, nightlife and casinos. The city is on New Providence Island, neighbor to Paradise Island. This island pair blends international glamour and tropical ease, giving you the freedom to do everything or nothing at all. It's also a compact place, so you can walk to everything.
Nassau is a shopper's paradise offering everything from designer fashions and jewelry at duty-free prices to locally produced arts and crafts. Join in the fun of bargaining at the famous Straw Market or browse in the fashionable elegance of Bay Street's international boutiques. American currency is accepted.
Once the sun goes down, the fun continues. Casinos and nightclubs keep you entertained well into the evening with a variety of live shows, dancing, and music, including live Junkanoo music - the Bahamian music of choice.
Bahamas Cruises out of Port Canaveral
The Disney Dream ship offers 3-night and 4-night Bahamas cruises from Port Canaveral. One of the stops is at Castaway Cay, Disney's private island. Departures year-round. Combine one with a theme park visit for a fun week of vacation.
The Carnival Sensation makes 3-day and 4-day cruises from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas. Departures year-round. The Carnival Liberty offers 5-day Bahamas cruises with stops at Freeport, Nassau and Half Moon Cay.
The Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas offers 3-night and 4-night cruises to the Bahamas from Port Canaveral. Stops include CocoCay, Royal Caribbean's private island. Departures year-round.
Cruises from Port Canaveral
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