Nassau Downtown: Travel in air-conditioned comfort and enjoy a guided tour as you are passing some of the most historic points of interest including Rawson and Parliament Squares, and government buildings including the Supreme Court and the Bahamas House of Assembly. You will also get a look at the Queen's Staircase, Government House and Graycliff Hotel as you pass by.
Paradise Island: You will cross over the Sir Sidney Poitier Bridge to Paradise Island, home of the well renowned Atlantis Hotel Resort and Casino.
Northern Shore Drive: Your sightseeing adventure continues, passing sights such as The College of The Bahamas, Sir Harry Oakes Monument, Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, Baha Mar Resort and the U.S Ambassador Official Residence.
John Watlings Distillery: Stop for a guided tour where you will view hand-crafted rums and spirits being produced and taste a free sample of their signature drink of the day.
Fort Charlotte: This brief stop takes you to the largest fort on New Providence of 100 acres. Sitting on a hill overlooking the far west end of the harbor, you’ll take in an impressive view of Paradise Island, Nassau, and the harbor.
The Fish Fry at Arawak Cay: Stop at Arawak Cay, a place where some of the country’s tastiest cuisine is served. Fish Fry is a hotspot for familiar visitors who frequent the area for popular dishes such as conch salad, fried fish, grilled lobster or cracked conch.
Good to Know: Before your tour ends, guests will have an option to be dropped off at the Pirate Museum in town, which is about a 10-minute walk from the ship.