Destination Area: Caribbean Ocean/Gulf Of Mexico
Length: 6 NIGHTS
Vessel: Liberty Clipper


Nassau, Bahamas on May 19, 2019


Nassau, Bahamas (return) on May 25, 2019

Standard Cabins
$1,299 per person, double occupancy or single share, plus 5% port tax.
Premium Cabins
$1,399 per person double occupancy, plus 5% port tax
Ensuite Cabins
$1,499 per person double occupancy, plus 5% port tax.

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Liberty Clipper is a traditionally-rigged gaff topsail schooner. She is steel-hulled, with broad open decks, state-of-the-art galley, and a s ...

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  • Assist with sailing Liberty Clipper
  • Try your luck at fishing
  • Learn how to navigate
  • Climb the rigging
  • Help hoist and trim sails
  • Swim in warm caressing water
  • Go kayaking or sail Liberty Clipper's dinghy
  • Beach comb at stunning beaches
  • Visit some of Nassau's pastel colonial houses and the pink hued Government House
  • Go diving and snorkeling at coral reefs outside of Nassau.

Six nights and seven days sailing in the turquoise and azure blue waters of the Bahamas.

Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau is the modern-day face of the Bahamas. Much of it's atmosphere comes from development during the so-called Loyalist period from 1787 to 1834, when many of the city's finest colonial buildings were built.

After alternating periods of decline and prosperity in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the spike in trade and construction that followed World War II led directly to Nassau's emergence as a global center for tourism and finance.

Exumas & Eleuthera Islands
The Exumas are an archipelago of 365 cays and islands, beginning just 35 miles southeast of Nassau, an exotic collection of tiny jewels set in the most beautiful aquamarine and sapphire water you’ve ever imagined. Great Exuma Island, together with the Exuma Cays offer an amazing variety of possibilities for all water sports. Hidden coves, bays, and harbors throughout are magnets for yachts and sport fishermen.

Eleuthera Island is one of several within the archipelago surrounded by shallow seas, visible here as light blue. Mosaic patterns of sand waves built by sea bottom currents in the shallows stand out in stark contrast to the deep blue of the ocean depths of a thousand feet in the Exuma Sound.

The topography of the island varies from wide rolling pink sand beaches to large outcrops of ancient coral reefs. The eastern side of the island faces the Atlantic Ocean while the western side faces the Great Bahama Bank, one of the two Bahama Banks.

Nassau, Bahamas (return)
Return to Nassau Harbor for disembarkation

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