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Top Bahamas Articles

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  • Looking to buy an island?

    Looking to buy an island?
    Some people are happy collecting fast cars or nice watches. But the ultimate vanity purchase may be the private island. Billionaire Richard Branson owns several. Magician David Copperfield has a dozen. Singer Celine Dion is trying to sell hers. And...
  • Company wants to take you on a new kind of cruise

    Company wants to take you on a new kind of cruise
    There's a new cruise line in the business and they're visiting places other cruise lines aren't. And they don't have a boat. The company is called Mauiva, pronounced "Mo-ee-va," and they're in the business of air cruises, taking private airplanes on 6-...
  • Cruise line cabanas add more privacy to private islands

    Cruise line cabanas add more privacy to private islands
    Cruise lines' private islands, with their aquamarine lagoons, barbecue lunch, live entertainment and activities, usually figure as passengers' favorite port of call on guest feedback forms. Recently, the cruise lines have been adding a greater dimension...
  • Day 1: Setting sail on the Disney Dream cruise ship

    Day 1: Setting sail on the Disney Dream cruise ship
    Now aboard the Disney Dream, I’ve been busy the last few days, visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal’s Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Fla., on Tuesday and all four theme parks at Walt Disney World’s resort on...
  • Spend spring break in the Bahamas with Ravens cheerleaders, 98Rock

    Spend spring break in the Bahamas with Ravens cheerleaders, 98Rock
    Here's a vision of your vacation: Cheerleaders. In swimsuits. The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders and 98Rock are teaming up again this year for the Spring Fling trip to the Grand Bahama Islands. Fans can join the station's talent and staff, along with the...
  • Day 2 on the Disney Dream: A Bahamas port of call

    Day 2 on the Disney Dream: A Bahamas port of call
    Reporting from aboard the Disney Dream We’re back for Day 2 from aboard the Disney Dream cruise ship, where we spent the bulk of Friday docked in Nassau, Bahamas. Full coverage: Read the Day 1 and Day 3 dispatches and view photos from the Disney...
  • Plunging into Paradise at Atlantis Paradise Island resort

    Plunging into Paradise at Atlantis Paradise Island resort
    PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas — My daughter circled the sun, bobbing around the yellow mosaic tile work at the bottom of the pool. Everywhere in the Royal Baths, the water was no deeper than 3 feet, which meant that my 9-year-old could touch the bottom...
  • Fireworks at Sea

    Fireworks at Sea
    As the only cruise line to feature fireworks at sea, Disney has ramped up their pirate-night fireworks show, unveiling the new pyrotechnic spectacular to a gaggle of media and industry travelers during an inaugural preview cruise aboard the Fantasy, the...
  • New Bahamas trip departs from Melbourne

    New Bahamas trip departs from Melbourne
    I don't know much about Melbourne International Airport. Heck, I can't say that I've ever taken a flight out of there, although the airport's three runways currently serve Delta Air Lines, Direct Air, US Airways, Baer Air and Airgate Aviation. What...
  • If you go: Atlantis Paradise Island

    What: Atlantis Paradise Island, a complex with 2,317 rooms in the Beach, Coral and Royal Towers. There's also the 600-room upscale resort, The Cove, and a 497-room condo hotel, The Reef. 13 swimming pools, a 141-acre water park called Aquaventure, two...
  • Water, water everywhere -- Four days at Atlantis can make for one waterlogged family

    Water, water everywhere -- Four days at Atlantis can make for one waterlogged family
    The Bahamas advertises that it's only 50 miles away, but the trip from South Florida still requires an airport shuttle, a plane and a bus. And a 13-year-old boy can wait only so long, especially one who has awakened at 6 a.m. for a 3 p.m. flight. By...