Steal of the Week: Sail the Bahamas This Fall from $47 Per Night

May 10, 2012 | By | 2 Comments

Everyone is looking for the deal of the century. So how do you choose the one that’s right for you? Check the Lido Deck each week to get the scoop on our favorite deals — then grab the phone and pack your bags.
THE DEAL: is offering a four-night cruise aboard Norwegian Sky, sailing roundtrip from Miami, on October 15, 2012. Rates start at $189 per person for an inside cabin.

WHAT WE LOVE: With nightly rates from as little as $47 and stops in Freeport, Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay, this short cruise offers a lot of value for your money. You could even get $25 in onboard credit per cabin and/or a complimentary bottle of wine, dependent on cabin category booked.
WHAT GIVES US PAUSE: This cruise sails during hurricane season, so if there’s a storm threatening to touch down around the Bahamas, the ship may skip ports or be diverted to alternate ports in order to ensure passenger safety. If you’re set on visiting these Bahamian ports, you may want to wait to sail until the season is over, when fares are a bit more expensive.
HOW TO BOOK IT: For all the nitty-gritty on this deal (including that pesky fine print), click here.
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    2 Responses to “Steal of the Week: Sail the Bahamas This Fall from $47 Per Night”

    1. Michael B.
      May 10th, 2012 @ 2:57 pm

      how about one from new York or Bayonne priced like that

    2. Cruise Critic
      May 14th, 2012 @ 3:38 pm

      @Michael, we actually just came across one the day after this post went up. It’s an eight-night Bahamas sailing from New York from $379 per person. You can get more info here:

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