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1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2018
By far this was the worst destination. Once you leave off the ship there are stores and little places to eat and that is about it. So Freeport you have to do an Excursion or you going to be off the ship for maybe a good hour and then spend ... Read More
By far this was the worst destination. Once you leave off the ship there are stores and little places to eat and that is about it. So Freeport you have to do an Excursion or you going to be off the ship for maybe a good hour and then spend the rest of your day on the ship until I get ready to pull off at 1pm Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
There is not much to do at port as this seemed mostly and industrial port. You had to go into town or do an excursion. We found other people to ride with us in a taxi to Paradise Cove to go snorkeling. If you can get at least 5 people it ... Read More
There is not much to do at port as this seemed mostly and industrial port. You had to go into town or do an excursion. We found other people to ride with us in a taxi to Paradise Cove to go snorkeling. If you can get at least 5 people it is $8 a person each way for the taxi. It was $4.50 a person to snorkel if you brought your own gear and they have gear to rent. The reef was quite a swim to get there but it was in shallow water for the swim didn't get deep until the back side of the reef. This was the best reef of the three ports and is called Dead Man's reef. We saw a large turtle someone else saw a nurse shark and we saw one fish the size of a 10-12 yr old child along with many other fish and coral. They also had some man made coral area to attract fish closer than the natural reef to not swim as far. Paradise Cove would have a 4.5 star rating but Freeport overall gets a 3 for the short time in port and not much around at the port itself. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
Had to take an excursion or taxi to get away from industrial port complex. Some in our group did that. 20 minute van ride in broiling heat in a packed van (they wouldn't leave until van was full) for $7 each way to Taino beach. They ... Read More
Had to take an excursion or taxi to get away from industrial port complex. Some in our group did that. 20 minute van ride in broiling heat in a packed van (they wouldn't leave until van was full) for $7 each way to Taino beach. They loved the beach, I think they paid like $25 for an umbrella and chairs. Some of us hung around, went to Senor Frogs, watched drunk people and got back on the boat. This actually turned out funnier than you'd think and we talked a lot more about our day than the ones who sat on the beach for their 3rd consecutive day. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2018
Grand Bahama Island is still recovering from two hurricanes. Beaches nice. Many resorts still closed. There is a free beach access by police station at the Grand Lucayan Resort. Take a $5.00 shuttle $10.00 round trip. (Taxi is around ... Read More
Grand Bahama Island is still recovering from two hurricanes. Beaches nice. Many resorts still closed. There is a free beach access by police station at the Grand Lucayan Resort. Take a $5.00 shuttle $10.00 round trip. (Taxi is around $25.00) When driver turns left by Wendy's about 200 feet there is a small sign for beach access. Driver might "forget' to point out the free access sign. Shopping area across from police station. Ladies selling merchandise are respectful and call you handsome for attention. Ok any nice words I will at least buy a tiger tooth $10 necklace!! Read Less
BPSocialTeam, Social Media Team @Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has responded
Hi ronduster, We know traveling can be stressful at times, our goal is to provide exceptional service as soon as you arrive at the port, as you described. We are also happy to hear you found this to be an excellent value with all the dining and entertainment that is included. We will certainly pass along your high regards to our crew and Mr. Crosswell. We look forward to seeing you again real soon!
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2018
There's not much to do in Freeport, so after a stroll around the port facilities we stayed onboard to watch shp movements from teh comfort of the Ocean View cafe. Read More
There's not much to do in Freeport, so after a stroll around the port facilities we stayed onboard to watch shp movements from teh comfort of the Ocean View cafe. Read Less

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