Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Cruise Port

3.8 out of 5

About Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas

Join Norwegian Cruiselines on the private island of Great Stirrup Cay. Four square miles of white beaches and coconut palm trees. Great Stirrup Cay features great swimming and snorkeling. Enjoy a barbecue Bahamas-style or do some shopping at the straw market to make your island experience complete.

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jeremyleemikel

Get off the ship as early as you can, place yourself near the small bar, the Abaco Taco place is near all the shops, get there before 11 am and you won't have to stand in a long line. Grab as many taco's as you want. Grab yourself an extra plate and put your taco condiments on it and build your tacos when you set down. They had some kind of roasted corn that was so good and the guacamole was good too.

Visited: Mar 07, 2018

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JShag

We by-passed the first two beaches and found peace and tranquility on the very last beach. Just keep following the path past the big tower and the beach is on your right hand side. the taco stand was good. the buffet was very good too. Bars were serving good drinks and your unlimited beverage package does work on the island. There are large rocks in the water on this section of beach and when the tide goes out most of the water goes with it lol. Relaxing time and would visit again.

Visited: Feb 17, 2018

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anniemcclead

This was by far the best part of the trip for me. They catered to us on the island. We went snorkeling and it was fabulous - you MUST snorkel here. This was the only piece of the trip that made the whole trip worth it to me.

Visited: Feb 10, 2018

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