Immerse Yourself in the Bahamas on a Three-Day Cruise

These unforgettable three-day cruises are the perfect way to spend a long weekend. From lounging on the pristine beaches of the Bahamas to enjoying all of the luxurious onboard amenities our innovative ships have to offer, tick off any number of items on your bucket list in one short break.

Explore the turquoise waters of the Caribbean and experience thrilling encounters with dolphins, sea turtles, and sea lions. Savor fresh, delicious seafood and locally sourced ingredients with culinary creations designed by a Michelin-starred chef. Feel the warm sun on your skin as your day-to-day worries melt away.

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3-Day Cruise Highlights

Nassau Awaits

Nassau is a top getaway destination thanks to its relaxed vibe, delicious seafood, abundant marine life, and silky sands. Planning a romantic cruise? Enjoy VIP treatment at a private Bahamas island escape. Families and animal lovers can choose unforgettable shore excursions to admire dolphins and sea lions. Or simply stroll along the pristine sands of New Providence and the surrounding islands, cooling your toes in the aquamarine water.

Luxury Cruise Ships

Sail to the Bahamas on a three-day cruise and choose from three of our luxurious, contemporary ships: Celebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Millennium, and Celebrity Summit. Each ship features exclusive access to The Retreat, featuring all-suite accommodations, world-class private dining, an exclusive lounge, and as always, Celebrity’s award-winning service. On all three ships, you’ll be treated to globally inspired food, luxurious amenities, rejuvenating spa treatments, and thrilling entertainment.

Underwater Adventures

The waters around the Bahamas are filled with unique sea creatures and ecosystems just waiting to be explored. See coral reefs and vibrantly colored fish on a shallow-water dive. Look for graceful sea turtles as you learn about the fragile coral reef ecosystem. Or combine the two and go “snuba” diving to admire dazzling coral gardens.