We continue to fly over the cruise lines' private ports.
Today we will take a bird’s-eye view of the Princess Cays port situated on the island of Eleuthera, Bahamas. However, first, let’s get acquainted with this place! Princess Cays Beach by Aiden Mahoney/Flickr/CC BY-SA 2.0
Princess Cays, Bahamas is one of the private cruise ports of call situated in the Caribbean, and its name speaks for itself. Yes, this welcoming port is used by Princess Cruises. You can get into the resort while enjoying the Caribbean & Bermuda sailing on one of the Princess Cruises' or Carnival Cruise Line's representatives.
It is a tender stop, so passengers are transported ashore by tender boats. The ride from the cruise ship to the island is short and very scenic.
The company’s exclusive resort offers over a half-mile of white-sand shoreline with fantastic beaches and incredible views. Numerous facilities include a buffet, grills, bars, little stores with lovely gifts and souvenirs, showers, lots of sun lounges, aqua chairs, a first aid station, and many more. Food is included, and if you want to buy alcohol or souvenirs, you can use your ship card. By the way, beverage prices are the same as on your cruise liner because the crew brings alcohol from her.
Since it is the private port, only cruise passengers are allowed to enjoy a day in it. There are no crowds, the atmosphere is calm, and the staff is always at your disposal.
Look at this water! It’s something incredible!
This tiny port is so colorful, and it has everything to enjoy your day to the full. Beach parties, buggy and glass-bottom boat tours, snorkeling, kayaking, fishing – of course, it’s just a small part of exciting Princess Cays things to do.
By the way, you can also take a tour and explore the island of Eleuthera itself.
Princess Cays cruise port is an excellent option for relaxation, sightseeing, extreme activities – well, for everything to make this cruise stop unforgettable.
Have you already visited this Caribbean paradise? Please share your impressions in the comments!
By the way, you can also take a virtual tour of other private cruise ports. For example, how about admiring the pristine beauty of Labadee, Haiti? (you can find the story via this link).
We still have many breathtaking places to fly over so stay tuned!