Bahamas Cruise from Miami Deals

Bahamas Cruise From Miami

The Bahamas cruise from Miami gets you to your first port of call faster as Miami lies only about 178 miles from Nassau, the port that many cruise lines frequent on their Bahamas trips. Such a short haul means that it makes for a perfect weekend getaway or first cruise experience for those who worry about how they’ll feel being onboard a ship for longer than a few days, or in open water for days at a time.

3 day cruises from Miami that visit the Bahamas include Disney with stops in Nassau and Castaway Cay, their exclusive island where Disney fun continues all day long. Royal Caribbean with stops in Nassau and Cococay, their exclusive island, and MSC cruises that visit Cape Canaveral and Great Stirrup Cay, along with Norwegian cruise line deals that visit Great Stirrup Cay and Nassau are also great choices for that mini break to the sun, especially the sailing on April 5th that starts at just $249 per person, saving you up to 64%.

If Carnival’s fun ships are your ship of choice, a Bahamas cruise from Miami allows you two days in beautiful Nassau where you can try your hand at parasailing, swim with dolphins or soak up the rays on the beautiful sandy beaches. Nassau and Paradise Island are also home to the Atlantis resort with a 141 acre waterpark complete with pools, slides, rock climbing walls and various water rides and activities. One of the cheap cruises from Miami, the May 30th 2013 sailing on Carnival can save you 60% with prices starting at just $289 per person.

Cruises from Miami to the Bahamas are quick getaways to destinations that yes, you can fly to, but why would you want to? The ship’s amenities are part of the charm of cruising, getting you to your vacation destination in the midst of the holiday, not waiting to land for the fun to begin.

Depending on the line you choose, your Bahamas cruise from Miami will also include a stop at their exclusive island, meaning that you and your fellow passengers will be the only inhabitants of the island for the duration of your stay there. Paddle in the warm waters, go snorkeling, take a bicycle ride around the island or have a picnic, the choices are endless. Castaway Cay, the island owned by Disney has incorporated their distinct style into different play zones so everyone in the family has something age appropriate to do, while Great Stirrup Cay, owned by Norwegian allows passengers fun in the sun in relaxing paradise all its own.

Florida cruises to the Bahamas depart several ports along the eastern coast of the state, and no matter your budget or cruise line preference, you are sure to find a great deal on a Bahamas cruise from Miami or the other Florida ports all year long.