Port of Nassau
Things to do in
Most ships have the same disembarkation time, plan your journey accordingly
Nassau's main cruise terminal and port of call at the north side of the city, just west of the bridge joining the city to Paradise Island. A few of the local historic landmarks can be visited on foot, but you may get more out of your trip with a local driver or guide, especially if you'd like to get further than Junkanoo Beach when it comes time to dip your toes in the water! Top spots nearby include the Queen's Staircase and some of the market areas just outside the port.
Those vessels docked at the port will be easily accessed on foot with the appropriate documentation. The security gate can be busy when two or more ships disembark simultaneously but there is plenty of transportation available outside the building, allowing guests to quickly disperse and explore the island.
By foot, the port areas lie to the north shore of New Providence's main island, just west of the bridge to Paradise Island.
You'll need to select a cruise itinerary which calls to port in Nassau to enjoy this site.
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