If there was ever a time to take a vacay, it would be now. Luckily, you can book a cheap-priced weekend getaway to the Bahamas this summer. Dive into crystal clear waters as the bright summer rays beam on your sunkissed skin, and leave all your worries behind.
Norwegian Cruise Line has rolled out countless "last minute" cruise deals at affordable prices that are sure to fit anyone's budget, including this three-day Norwegian Sky cruise.
This tropical paradise disembarks in Miami before sailing to the turquoise waters of the Bahamas, with stops at Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay. The price for one room starts at just $149. Though depending on the dates you choose and the type of room you select, additional fees may apply.
With more than 10 dates for you to plan the perfect trip, this excursion is expected to set sails starting late July.
From snorkeling in the dreamy blue waters of Nassau to being immersed into the vibrant and lively culture of Miami, you'll make a lifetime of memories during this scenic escape.
The cruise line is also running a "Free At Sea" offer, which includes an Open Bar option where guests can save up to $1,000 on cocktails and other alcoholic beverages during their stay. They are even offering shore excursion credits, so if you saw the Fyre Festival documentary and still wanted to swim with the wild pigs, now is your chance.
Other Norwegian Cruise packages are also available if you want a few more extra days in the sun, including a five-day Caribbean trip from Orlando to Cozumel, Mexico starting at $199.
It's time to start planning your next big adventure with summer just a few months away. So why not spend that time with a cocktail or three while laying beachside in the Bahamas.
3-Day Norwegian Cruise
Price: Starting at $149
When: July 2020 - September 2020
Where: Miami to the Bahamas
Why You Need To Go: This cheap deal is the perfect excuse to take a relaxing weekend getaway that will provide a lifetime of memories.
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