You can easily change up your weekend routine with a quick getaway to The Bahamas. Jump on a three-night cruise from Florida to Royal Caribbean’s private island destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas, and Nassau, its capital.
In CocoCay, you’ll find the ideal mix of thrill and chill. There are 13 waterslides that make up Thrill Waterpark, including the tallest one in North America. You can also soar on the 1,600-foot-long zip line and Up, Up & Away, a helium balloon experience that goes as high as 450 feet in the air. Kids can play at spots like Splashaway Bay aqua park or Adventure Pool while adults enjoy everything from a swim-up bar to beaches and even the first overwater cabanas in The Bahamas at Coco Beach Club.
The exclusive beachfront retreat elevates guests’ vacations, offering the first floating cabanas in The Bahamas, beach cabanas, an oceanfront infinity pool, and an expansive clubhouse with a dedicated restaurant and an upscale menu and bar. And that’s far from all.
Nassau is where you can dive into history across cobblestone streets, fortresses and landmarks like Parliament Square and Government House. Also head out on a food tour (the island’s cuisine reflects its Spanish, West African and British influences) and grab a local snack, like rum cake, between adventures.
To really enhance the experience, come join All Christian Cruises on the Christian Singles Labor Day Cruise or the Adore Marriage Couples Cruise in October. Both are weekend retreats with incredible ministry and a great opportunity to fellowship with like-minded Christians. The perfect recipe for an incredible journey at sea!
Set your sights on the Mexican Riviera and have Navigator of the Seas take you there. The amplified ship sails from Los Angeles on a range of three- to seven-night cruises, visiting hotspots like Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, as well as Ensenada, the country’s seafood capital.
You can also check out many of the Golden State’s most scenic spots on a six-night Pacific Coastal cruise. On Brilliance, this itinerary visits Catalina Island, Monterey and San Francisco before heading north to Victoria and Vancouver in Canada.
What’s more is that from San Diego, there’s a 16-night Panama Canal Eastbound cruise, which will take you to beautiful beaches in Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Florida.
See the cruises that will take you from sunny to even sunnier weather here.