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... There were some pretty fish but it was no Great Barrier Reef. And if you weren't looking out the window you felt quite sea sick. A few people couldn't handle it and went back up to the boat. Back at the marina Tom wanted to quickly purchase some post cards. We walked around the shops and were caught in a sudden downpour. Apparently in the Bahamas it doesn't rain much and when it does it is very brief. Well moments later it was sunny with not a cloud in the sky! We also saw a ...
Most of the passengers on cruise ships in the Caribbean flock to the beaches and water activities. Living in Hawaii has left us a little jaded when it comes to those opportunities. Been there, done that and are still doing it on a daily basis at home! So, our shore time in Nassau, was spent wandering around town and touring the Splendiforous Atlantis Resort.
Nassau town is a little worn down around ...
... A tier member. She was going to try to get in.
We went down to the party, and it was nice. My mom, Tish and Kim were able to get in, so we stayed for a few minutes, and then we decided to go back to our room and have a nice little sailaway party (both our bottles of Champagne arrived). We had a great time laughing on the balcony and relaxing. Then, we realized that we’re heading back to Nassau. There ...
... we watched the ship pull into the port of Nassau on New Providence Island, with four other ships already in port. Nassau is the capital and largest city of the Bahamas, with 70% of the entire Bahamas population. The girls had a parasailing excursion booked, and headed off with their tour guide. The temperature was lower than we had been used to, around 22c.
Gary and I headed off to town with the hordes of cruisers ...
... show went off the ship’s port side as we sailed southeast of Great Abaco Island, Bahamas. It’s the first Norwegian ship to feature an on-board fireworks display. Pretty neat!
The ‘80s party died out quickly thereafter, so we called it an early night and returned to our cabin at 9:48 to get ready for bed. Then watched a “Mighty Ships” documentary on TV at 10:15 about Breakaway’s inaugural trans-Atlantic voyage ...
Other places to stay in Nassau
West Bay Street, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Stay somewhere else
- Reasonable and acceptable - not the Taj Mahal
- A great place for divers!
West Bay & Nassau st, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $104
East Bay Street, Nassau | 1 star hotelfrom $134
West Bay St, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $131
- The Perfect Spot For Us
- Perfect hideaway
- Warm and friendly, this is the place
West Bay Street, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $206
40 George Street, Nassau | 1 star hotelfrom $77
West Bay St, Cale Beach, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $90
West Hill Street, Nassau | 4 star hotelfrom $295
- A touch of class in the wilderness
- Absolute paradise
Coral Harbour Road Po Box N-9750, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $127
West Bay Street, Nassau | 4 star hotelfrom $310
- Perfect babymoon
- Loved it! Perfect blend of relaxation, sophistication, and fun
- Great location, good service, funky resort
West Bay St, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $121
- El Ghetto, The worst Hotel ever
- Good choice for the money
- A Great Hotel on an Unfortunate Block
Charlotte Street , Nassau | Hotelfrom $79
East Bay St., Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Village Road, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $69
West Bay Street, Nassau | Hotelfrom $112
Paradise Island Drive, Paradise Island, Nassau | Hotelfrom $352