Bahamas Cruise

We went to the Bahamas on a Disney cruise in late March. It was a lot of fun, especially for the Kid.

In late March, we went on a Disney cruise to the Bahamas.

We drove to Port Canaveral, FL and boarded the ship from there.

Another ship
In the port
Disney Cruise Ship
Bird
 

As soon as we were on the ship, Michelle saw the pools on the top deck. There was one for kids, another for families and one for adults (almost empty). She spent a lot of time in the children and families pools.

In addition to good food and other activities, there was a show every evening. Here are some photographs of the Disney shows.

Disney show 1
Disney show 2
Disney show 3
Snow white, Mickey and Minnie
Toy Story musical
 

The evenings and nights were when the ship was on the move.

ship
sunset
sports on top deck
 

Our second day was spent in Nassau, Bahamas. We walked around a bit and took a van tour of the city.

Ship in Nassau
Gun
Fort Fincastle
View from fort
ship from fort
Shopping at fort
Atlantis resort
Fountain at Atlantis
Paradise Island
Top of Atlantis hotel
Inside Atlantis resort
Backyard of Atlantis resort
Horse carriage
Entrance to Nassau from ship
Paradise Island
Night view
 

The next day we stopped in Castaway Cay, a private Disney island in the Bahamas. It was beautiful. It was a bit windy that day with high waves (though not in the beach area) and so all boat excursions were canceled. But it was still a lot of fun to hang out on the beach and have a barbeque for lunch.

Flying Dutchman 1
Flying Dutchman 2
Walking path
Disney Wonder and Flying Dutchman
Play area on the beach
Flying Dutchman 3
Disney Wonder
View of Castaway Cay
Beach
Lagoon
 

As soon as we were back, Michelle started saying that she wants to go on a cruise again.

Author: Zack

Dad, gadget guy, bookworm, political animal, global nomad, cyclist, hiker, tennis player, photographer

4 thoughts on “Bahamas Cruise”

  1. Badtameez: Yes, these are only 640×427, though nowadays I am uploading at 800×533. I have been thinking of moving all my photo hosting to Flickr. If I do that, then you might see some higher resolutions. It also depends on the slow upload speed of my DSL connection.

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