Cruise from New York to the BahamasVacation in the Bahamas by ocean liner and leave from New York. No need to fly to South Florida to connect to the cruise ship, sail directly from New York. Take your time sunning on the open sea during the daytime and dining in luxury at night. Mixing nightlife between disco dancing and casino life is the ideal diversion to the winter blahs. Be sure to check out the opportunities offered when your originating port of call is New View of a Massage on the Beach in the Bahamas York! The ports of call on your way sailing to the Bahamas include Orlando,
The Islands of the BahamasThe Islands of the Bahamas stretch out 100,000 square miles and cover more than 500 miles of the clearest water in the world. There are more than 700 islands which include uninhabited cays and large rocks and a population of approximately 300,000. The Bahamian people are known for their humble pride, being true of heart and relaxed nature. Duty-free shopping in diverse market places for beautiful handcrafted art and clothing is one of the favorite pass times of visitors to the islands. The Bahamian culture is rich in diverse customs and shows the love of celebration and community. Nassau is the capital of View of Duty-Free Shopping Market in the Bahamas The Bahamas and is located on Providence Island which neighbors Paradise Island. The trend of entertainment here ranges from international glamour to tropical ease.
Orlando, Canaveral and Miami Port of CallsCruising south off the Gold Coast of Florida, on your way to the Bahamas, on a floating resort ocean liner is the ultimate get-away vacation. The warm sea air, sprays of salt water and visitor attractions offered at the port of calls are unmatched in anyone's plans. The art deco of Miami architecture and glitz of night life, are world renown. Orlando is the world mecca for theme parks - and the further south you sail, the warmer and more tropical the fauna.x
The Norwegian Dawn Leaving from New YorkNorwegian Cruise Line offers cruises sailing from New York on the Norwegian Dawn to the Bahamas every August, September, October, February, March, April and more. The Norwegian Dawn was first launched in 2002 and is 971 feet in length. There is 24-hour room service, one outdoor pool, one indoor pool, 4 Jacussi, a fitness center, world spa, beauty salon, 14 bars and lounges, 10 restaurants, a casino, library child-care services, self-service laundry, 12 elevators, 147 suites and over 1,100 doubles outside and inside and 515 verandah cabins. Also included aboard is an Atrium gift shop, a 20,000 square foot department store for duty-free shopping, jewelry and souvenir shops, wine cellar, photo shop and film developing, kid's water world pool area, internet cafe and wedding chapel available for weddings and vowel renewals. One of the unique aspects of cruising on the Dawn is the rare art collection on display. No other ship in the world offers such a display of original art. Imagine stepping outside your cabin and seeing an original Romero Britto or Andy Warhol displayed in the hallway. The Le Bristro restaurant displays Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse and Renoir in its decor.
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