Many cruise ships are available in the Bahamas. They include the Boudicca, which entered passenger service as Royal Viking Sky from the Fred Olsen Cruises. Bremar, with her size and age, is the other major attraction. The ship belongs to Fred Olsen Cruises.
The Caribbean Princess from the Princess Cruises cruise company has been designed specifically for Caribbean cruising. Carnival Glory is the largest of the Carnival ships, with her sisters Carnival Conquest and the Carnival Valor. Carnival Liberty is the fourth in the Conquest series of mega-ships and offers an action-packed cruise for all ages – families as well as singles and couples. It has an all-American atmosphere.
Disney Wonder offers three and four-day cruises to the Bahamas. It has three or four-day stays at Disney hotels in Walt Disney World. The holiday is a wonderful experience between the amusement park and ships. Explorer of the Seas is a wonderful ship; the things you can to do are almost overwhelming.
Fantasy from the Carnival Cruise will appeal to first-timers, and her short cruises to the Bahamas will suit those seeking an all-action break before or after a Florida holiday. Fascination from Carnival Cruise has switched from seven-day to three and four-day cruises out of Miami.
Majesty of the Sea from Royal Caribbean International offers a well-honed and very popular style of cruising. She has a North American atmosphere and small cabins. Navigator of Seas from Royal Caribbean International offers a variety of things to do, and most of them remain free of charge.