Travel can be addicting. You’re always dreaming, researching, and planning the next big adventure. Will you explore an uncharted Caribbean island, or return to a favorite port city that is full of family memories? But if you’re like most of us in the workaday world, the reality is that you have a limited amount of vacation days allotted per year. Which is why Norwegian Cruise Line has created the perfect solution: a three-day Bahamas cruise that will satisfy the most intrepid global traveller, as well as a perfect introduction for a novice sailor. You never need to make a ho-hum staycation out of a long weekend off from work again.
Here are the highlights of a sailing with Norwegian, the youngest fleet cruising The Caribbean, and how to maximize the most amazing and memorable mini-vacation of your life:
The Sky is the Limit:
Whether your cruise embarks from PortMiami or Port Canaveral (Orlando), you’ll get to sail on Norwegian Sky, one of the most popular ships in the fleet. The Sky is most famous for three things: Great getaways to fun destinations, all-inclusive entertainment, and beautifully refurbished venues and staterooms. A few of its awards include Best Nightlife and Best Large Ship (Cruise Critic), as well as Best Nightlife and Best Short-Duration Cruise (Porthole Magazine).
But of course, with a whirlwind weekend ahead of you, you’ll most likely spend just as much time exploring the islands as you will living the high life onboard. For its three-day getaway, Norwegian offers the very best of a Bahamas cruise. Whether you base your cruise out of Orlando or Miami, your cruise will travel through Nassau, Grand Bahamas Island, and Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian's private island, which offers white sand beaches, water sports, various dining options, bars & lounges, and plenty of opportunities to bask in the sunshine .
Extend Your Cruise Vacation:
Or, if you happen to have a little more time on your hands, you can also combine a three-day cruise with vacation days in Norwegian’s popular destinations. Most of Norwegian’s three-day cruises sail from Florida’s most popular ports, cruising from Orlando (Port Canaveral) and also cruising from Miami (PortMiami).
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