Baltimore to the Bahamas Cruises
The Bahamas are a group of islands about 50 miles off the coast of Florida. There are cruises from Baltimore to the Bahamas throughout the year.
The Bahamas are famous for clear water, a big barrier reef, and a relaxed attitude. Average water temperatures run from 72 degrees in January to 81 degrees in August. You can swim with dolphins and snorkel with tropical fish. Go parasailing or rent a jet-ski.
Cruises from Baltimore to the Bahamas
Royal Caribbean offers 7- and 8-night cruises from Baltimore to the Bahamas. They make a stop at Port Canaveral (Florida) so you can tour the NASA facilities at Cape Canaveral, or you can make the short trip inland to Orlando. The cruises also go to Nassau and CocoCay in the Bahamas. CocoCay is a private island just for cruise guests.
Royal Caribbean also has longer 9-night Bahamas cruises that include stops along the Southeast US coast. That adds variety to your voyage.
Carnival Cruise Line has 7-day Bahamas cruises from Baltimore. They also stop at Port Canaveral (Florida) for a side trip to Orlando. The ship continues on to Nassau and Freeport in the Bahamas. Carnival also offers 6-day and 8-day versions of cruises to the Bahamas.