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Norfolk is a cosmopolitan city in Virginia with a legacy of military history. Visitors to Nauticus can interact with more than 150 sea-related exhibits, then walk over to the Hampton Roads Naval Museum, where the imposing U.S.S. Wisconsin battleship hosts visitors on its decks. Art and architecture attractions are also plentiful, including the Chrysler Museum of Art's world-class collection, the d'ART Center (with studios and a marketplace) and Colonial homes that now are museums.

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Diving, snorkeling, and sea kayaking are just a few of the ways to spend your time in Bimini. This small island is only seven miles long and 700 feet wide and is the perfect place to take a dolphin excursion or go fishing. The island plays host to several fishing tournaments throughout the year. Bimini is the westernmost island in the Bahamas and the closest to the U.S. mainland.

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The Bahamas' capital city offers travelers the chance to swim with dolphins, dive among Caribbean reef sharks and cruise the coastline on a speedboat excursion. Living up to its name, Paradise Island is home to the world-famous Atlantis resort, a tropical utopia that boasts 5 miles of beaches, a 141-acre waterpark, snorkeling adventures off a catamaran, an expansive casino and much more. Reggae lovers can relax during a daytrip to the Marley Resort and Spa, while foodies can indulge on conch fritters, chocolate bon bons and handcrafted rum cocktails on a tasting tour of local eateries. Visit the 1793 Fort Fincastle, take a photo atop the Queen's Staircase and bargain with vendors at the Straw Market on Bay Street. Ships dock just steps from downtown, making it easy to explore the area on foot.


Duty-free stores await passengers in Port Lucaya, but for those not interested in shopping, there is plenty more to do. Grand Bahama Island boasts miles of beautiful beaches, and the clear waters are ideal for snorkeling and water sports. The most popular excursions in Port Lucaya include swimming with the dolphins, going on a rum party cruise, water-skiing, jet-skiing, parasailing, and windsurfing.


Language: English

Currency: Bahamian dollar (BSD), US Dollar (US$)

Language: English

Currency: Bahamian dollar (BSD), US Dollar (US$)

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