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Exciting Aerial Video of Half Moon Cay Cruise Port

4 minutes read • June 26th, 2018
Dear friends! We continue our virtual tours of private cruise ports hiding somewhere in the welcoming Caribbean. We’ve already explored Labadee, Haiti (you can find the review via this link) and CocoCay, Bahamas (you can read the story here).
Today we're going to visit the

Half Moon Cay cruise port

. Are you ready to fly over the beautiful Caribbean beach that attracts travelers from all over the world?
Half Moon Cay cruise port
Half Moon Cay, Bahamas cruise port by James Willamor/Flickr/CC BY-SA 2.0

First, let’s talk about the port itself!
Half Moon Cay is a small private island in the Bahamas owned by Holland America Line. It’s interesting to know that it was owned by Norwegian Cruise Line before HAL purchased it in 1996 for 6 million dollars. By the way, Carnival Cruise Line's ships are also frequent visitors there.

​​HMC is a tender port: cruise passengers are transported ashore by tender boats. The port offers many options both to relax and feel an adrenaline rush. You can spend your day enjoying the fantastic beach, a cozy Cabana or private Oasis. Or you can take an exciting adventure and try horseback riding, swimming with stingrays, snorkeling, kayaking, etc.
That sounds attractive, doesn’t it? However, it’s better to see how it looks like. We invite you to check several inspiring aerial videos of the Half Moon Cay cruise port!

It is impossible to not fall in love with this place. Its water, sand, nature, views, atmosphere – all of it makes you feel really happy.

Yes, “We wish we could stay here forever!”

Half Moon Cay is the paradise where you want to return again and again.

By the way, you can check the complete list of cruise line’s private islands via this link. Which ones did you visit? What’s your favorite private port?
Besides, we’d like to share the main reasons to choose cruise line’s private islands during your cruise. You can find them here.

There are still many breathtaking destinations to fly over, so stay tuned!

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