If you’re looking for a weekend cruise from Miami, we have three Bahamas cruise options for you! These cruises all have late afternoon Friday departures and return to Miami early Monday morning.
3-Night Cruise to Cococay and Nassau in the Bahamas aboard the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas. Friday departures (4:00 pm), returning to Miami Monday morning (7:00 am)
3-Night Cruise to Great Stirrup Cay and Nassau in the Bahamas aboard the Norwegian Sky. Friday departures (5:00 pm), returning to Miami Monday morning (7:00 am)
3-Night Cruise with overnight stay in Nassau, the Bahamas aboard the Carnival Victory. Friday departures (4:00 pm), returning to Miami Monday morning (8:00 am)
These cruises all have regular weekly departures, so pick a Friday and go!
There’s good pricing available on the November 27th departure of the Norwegian Sky’s 4-night cruise to Nassau, Grand Bahama Island, and Great Stirrup Cay. A great way to relax after Thanksgiving holiday activities!
Interior cabins are available from $179 – that’s just $45 a night! And the Norwegian Sky always has a free open bar.
4 Night Bahamas Cruises from $179 on Norwegian Cruise Line, only at cruisedirect.com! EXCLUSIVE – Up to $500 to Spend Onboard! FREE Open Bar & $50 per Person Deposits!
Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas will home port in Miami beginning in June of 2018. Prior to making the shift, Mariner of the Seas, which has most recently been cruising in the Pacific, will enter dry dock for an extensive revitalization. Details regarding the ship’s renovations have not been released, but the Royal Caribbean website speaks of a “Tropical Transformation” with “splashy” new features, a new selection of dining options, and a few surprises.
Once the Mariner of the Seas is part of the Miami fleet, her specialty will be short get-aways to the Bahamas. The ship’s schedule for 2018 & 2019 consists of 3-night cruises to the Bahamas (Friday departures) and 4-night cruises to the Bahamas (Monday departures). Continue reading