The ship docks at Prince George Wharf, just a short walk from the heart of Nassau. When you disembark the ship you go through the Welcome Center, a great place to pick up maps, get information or do your first bit of shopping.
From here, take a right to the famous Straw Market where you can pick up local Bahamnian crafted items. Or go straight on for the main shops on Bay Street . A right turn will take you towards the Government buildings.
Nassau is a colorful town with a rich Colonial history, where you'll not only encounter the friendly locals but also street vendors who can appear to be quite pushy. If you're not interested, just say a firm 'no' and walk on.
Paradise Island is across the bridge from Nassau. It's home to the famous Atlantis Resort, which houses the world's largest saltwater aquarium.
There's lots to do in Nassau, whether it be shopping, soaking up the sun on the beach, trying your luck in one of the many glittering casinos, or embarking on a shore excursion. The day is yours to discover the sights, sounds, and sun-drenched beaches of Nassau, The Bahamas.