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4 Night Bahamas Cruise from Miami

4 Night Bahamas Cruise from Miami

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Miami
  • Day 2
    Great Stirrup Cay
  • Day 3
    Nassau
  • Day 4
    Freeport
  • Day 5
    Miami

Norwegian Sky

Norwegian Sky - Norwegian Cruise Line

Pros

Open bar included in fare; Cuba itineraries include an overnight in Havana

Cons

Only sails short, three- to five-night itineraries

Bottom Line

Perfectly sized ship for short trips to Bahamas and Cuba, with fun, festive atmosphere


Cruise Reviews

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
I was looking for a quick cruise that my wife and I could book. This one was perfect. We flew into Miami from Philadelphia and stayed overnight in South Beach. The next day we were on the first boarding group to board the ship. ... Read More
I was looking for a quick cruise that my wife and I could book. This one was perfect. We flew into Miami from Philadelphia and stayed overnight in South Beach. The next day we were on the first boarding group to board the ship. Embarkation was very easy and we were eating lunch onboard by Noon. The ship is an older one, but it just went through a renovation so a lot of the stuff was new. We were upgraded into a Family Picture Window Suite the day before sailing. The pools and bars were great. It was a short cruise so there were to a lot of kids running around. I also enjoyed the Main Dining halls. I did not go to any Specialty Restaurants. The buffet was like others buffets. The service was very good and everyone working on the ship was friendly. It was rare to pass a member of the crew without getting a "Hello" or "Good Morning", etc. Great Stirrup Cay was great. We missed this on our last cruise because the seas were too rough for the tenders. There were plenty of beach chairs available and a bar was never a far walk. It got a little rowdy on the tender back to the ship once the drunks were leaving the island, but it wasn't out of hand. My favorite room was the Spinnaker Lounge. It is in the very front of the ship and has great views. All in all this was a great cruise and I'd recommend it for somebody looking to get away for three days. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
The Ship alone was great. It just came out of drydock and it was almost like a new ship. The crew were also very kind. The dining room was our issue. Our wait staff on our first night needed some training again. All of our foos was ... Read More
The Ship alone was great. It just came out of drydock and it was almost like a new ship. The crew were also very kind. The dining room was our issue. Our wait staff on our first night needed some training again. All of our foos was not correct and he seemed not to care. The food also did not taste good either. I did not expect a lot because it was a 3 day cruise but it should have been better. Our room was always clean and neet. When we got off the ship at the end we did a facial recognition system for immigration and it was a lot faster and easier. We carried our bags off and was off the ship by 8am. Over all we had fun. We do not drink much so the drink package for us was water and coffee This shop is really not for kids. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
A friend and I decided on a last-minute cruise, as we both were looking for a week's vacation that required little planning. We booked about three weeks in advance and we were able to get an ocean view room. We were nervous because ... Read More
A friend and I decided on a last-minute cruise, as we both were looking for a week's vacation that required little planning. We booked about three weeks in advance and we were able to get an ocean view room. We were nervous because the room was on the 5th floor, same as the two main dining rooms, and near the elevators, but it ended up being a great location. Quick and easy to get everywhere, and we didn't hear any noise from the elevators. The ship was refurbished this year and it was done very nicely. Just the rooms can use an update!! Havana was a fun experience. I recommend the 'Best of Havana' six hour tour. We wouldn't have known where to go without doing a lot of research (and since we didn't have cell service for directions). The tour was half bus ride/half walking. We ended up being on the bus a little more due to the rain, but our tour guide was great. We also got to do rum and coffee tastings, and time to purchase cigars as well, if you wanted. After the tour we wandered to the hotel where Hemingway spent his time and sat in the lobby bar drinking mojitos and listening to a wonderful piano player for an hour or two. It was fantastic. The indoor market isn't worth going to. It's about 100 booths with tourist tchotchkes. The next day was a ship/cruise day. Unfortunately it rained a bit and was cloudy, but we still enjoyed some sun on the deck. Not too much great entertainment on the ship, but that was expected since it's a smaller ship. We spent most evenings at the mojito bar or the local or at the karaoke bar. Great Stirrup Cay was wonderful. If you plan to lay by the beach all day, I recommend trying to get out on one of the first tenders so you can get chairs by the water. Floats are only $16 to have all day, and we had a $50 credit that we used towards them. Getting on the ship and disembarking (in Havana as well), was run very smoothly. We never waited in a line at any point. Even exchanging currency in Havana. I've been on cruises we're you're in line for a long time. I recommended keeping your suitcase and walking off with it on the last day. Again, there was no line, so we walked right off! Read Less
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