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We are leaving to go on a cruise to Key West & Nassau next week. I have been to Nassau twice and to tell you the truth - other than an excursion to Blue Lagoon (didn't do the dolphin) just the beach the 1st time and Senor Frogs the 2nd time. Nassau just doesn't impress me - we couldn't even figure out how to get to a beach - and I'm not sure that I feel comfortable in another country just takinga taxi or however other people get to places. The straw market wasn't my idea of fun at all....I loved the sea days though. I am excited about Key West because I have always wanted to go there - maybe I will feel safer walking around there - and maybe people want me constantly begging you to buy something.
I was just wondering what others think about getting off at ports. I know that I have read where some people plan their cruises around where they will be going. We have actually planned all 3 of ours because of where it leave from - close to home. From what I have been able to gather - the ports in Mexico aren't alot different than the ones in the Bahama's is this correct?

You can probably tell I'm not from a big city - because probably New York or San Francisco or somewhere would probably make me feel sort of the same way. Just sitting here thinking about how I love sitting on the boat watching the ocean -- and thought I would ask what everyone else thinks.
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There is nothing wrong with staying on the ship! Not a lot of people at the pool or the lounges. Great time to just relax in your room or the atrium. Read a book or magazine. I enjoy relaxing and do spend time out on my deck just reading. Some have criticised this but I work hard and to me sometimes reading and relaxing is enjoyable to me.
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I personally enjoy sight seeing in ports. I'm not comfortable going out on our own though. Our one and only cruise (so far) we took ship excursions. This next one, I'm not sure what we will do. I think maybe a ship excursion for Nassua and maybe on our own in St. Thomas and St. Maarten. Haven't decided yet. I could not just sit on the ship. I like to explore. We have 3 sea days this next cruise, that is plenty of time to relax.
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We live in California and have done the Mexican Riviera about 7 times, always on a new ship. We have seen the ports many times on great excursions. Last year we stayed on the Sapphire Princess in Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas. It was fabulous in PV because we had the pool and 2 jacuzzi's to ourselves for 2 whole hours. We did the Pacifico Brewery Tour in Mazatan and it was a lot of fun and a lot of beer!! Great deals at their store too, $1 hats and $2 t-shirts. In Cabo, again an empty ship!
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I have often been surprised by the number of people who stay aboard while in port. A number of others go as far as the shopping kiosks or shops right by the cruise ship dock and make a quick return. As far as Nassau goes, Atlantis on Paradise Island is it for me in that port.
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If I have been to the port more then twice, I plan to stay on the ship and take advantage of the spa specials, a casual lunch in the main dining room, lots of pool time and great reading time while listening to my MP3 player

I make sure my GF has plenty of her own money to spend while shopping and make sure I am waiting for her at the pier upon her return which is about 2 minutes before we sail
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I enjoy port days and staying on board; it is a good day for winding down and relaxing; you pretty much have the ship to yourself!
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After over 100 cruises, the lovely Mrs. Jones (Vita) and I rarely leave the ship. In fact, it's a big joke at the office, because people will ask where the cruise is going, and I can honestly say, "I don't know". We too choose our cruises by the ship, and the port of debarkation.
When everyone else is ashore, the entire ship is yours. No lines, lots of food to choose from, no crowd in the hot tubs, and the great enjoyment of sitting and watching the drunks returning from Carlos and Charlies (in Cozumel) trying to get back aboard ship before she sails.
Bottom line, we cruise for the relaxation of the ship, and rarely for the ports she sails to.

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It makes me feel better to read that others of you also like to stay on board. I'm not saying that I will do that in Nassau - we are taking a group of senior's - It's about 1 adult for every two "young adults". So it probably won't take all of us to chaperone them....have any of you did anything great in Key West - I'm hoping it has a different atmosphere that the islands do...but I do know that the Bahama's have the most beautiful water I have ever seen in my entire life.
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We normally get off the ship and take a taxi to a beach. On the next cruise we will shop for a short time in Cozumel but will be on the ship for most of the time at port. Some we have traveled with have stayed on board when at port and they love it. Not many people and they can do whatever they want.
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We don't do the excursions anymore unless it 's something exceptional, just boob around at the ports for 2 to 3 hours and go back on the ship.
Our first time at the ports we did all the excursions we were interested in seeing. Much more relaxed cruises now.
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I would love to stay onboard once in a while but my hubsand and kids want to go ashore. I could stay if I wanted to but I would probably worry that they would miss the ship. (They are not irresponsible, I'm just a little obsessive in my worrying about the ship sailing away without me.) We all have our little 'things'.
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It makes me feel better to read that others of you also like to stay on board. I'm not saying that I will do that in Nassau - we are taking a group of senior's - It's about 1 adult for every two "young adults". So it probably won't take all of us to chaperone them....have any of you did anything great in Key West - I'm hoping it has a different atmosphere that the islands do...but I do know that the Bahama's have the most beautiful water I have ever seen in my entire life.
I'm not sure what you mean by different "atmosphere." I suppose I want to experience what a different country has to offer and the atmosphere of that country is a big part of that experience.

The Bahamas have some of the warmest, friendliest people I've ever encountered. I'd feel safer taking a taxi in Nassau than in Atlanta!

All the cabs are at the pier when you get off the ship. It would be easy to find a mini van and ask them to take your group to either Cable Beach or Paradise Island Beach.

I would suggest you buy either the Frommer's Guide to the Bahamas, or the Fodor's Guide to the Bahamas and see what might interest you and your group in Nassau.

As for Freeport, I've been there once and elected to stay on the ship the 2nd time. Port days usually yield pretty good discounts at the spa and is a great way to spend the day.

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as someone about to take her first cruise in a couple of months, the excursions to a new country are very exciting to me. I figure I have the sea day to relax and enjoy the boat. I plan to take different cruises to exprience different ports and if I've evern completed that, I would take cruises to ports that had excursions I didn't have time to do the first time around. Of course, the idea of a day on board with less crowds is very appealing to me!!!
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I think most of us, on our 1st few cruises felt the same you do. I know on my 1st cruise we did excursions at each port but after you have been to the same port multiple times it is easier to stay on the ship.
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Sure, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy onboard. Eat, sleep, eat, sleep, eat...
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I will always get off. Even if it is just to lay around on the beach or hang out in a bar. I would not want to stay on the ship when in paradise.
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Ahhhh, Key West, one of my favorite places. There are lots of things to do in Key West that would appeal to all age groups. First of all, when you get off the ship, everything is within easy walking distance. A tour on the Conch Tour Train or Trolley will give you a birdseye view of the island. Also, Mel Fisher's Treasure Exhibit is remarkable, take a tour of Ernest Hemingway's home, visit the Shipwreck Museum and climb the tower stairs for a great view of Key West, visit the Lighthouse, Pirate Museum, Audubon House, Sloppy Joe's, Hogs Breath Saloon (live cam in there so wave to your friends), Fort Zachary Taylor State Park (beach and picnic facilities), Smathers Beach, tour Harry Truman's Summer White House, Margaritaville (yummy margaritas and smoked fish dip), lots of tacky souvenir stores that are fun to browse around in and some very nice shops too. There is an open air restaurant called Monty's on the waterfront that is open for lunch (wonderful fish tacos and cold beer), they have a very large pool in the middle of the restaurant that all patrons are welcome to enjoy, nice way to spend a couple of hours. If you arrive anytime before 11:00 a.m., Pepe's Restaurant on Caroline Street has the best blueberry pancakes in the world. And, make sure to stop at the Blonde Giraffe right off Front Street to watch them make their famous key lime pie while you're indulging in a piece. There are so many things to do in Key West, hope you like it as much as I do. If you have any questions about Key West, I'll be glad to answer them.
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After cruising east west and south, the islands are getting old and boring. I love having the ship to myself. I now pick a cruise for the ship and not itinerary. 8)
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as an afterthought.... I was looking for additional excursions but it seems that they mostly overlap each other time wise, I hoped I could do a morning andt hen an afternoon excursion, but not possible. I guess that's why you have to cruise again and again, so you can experience all the various types of excursions there are. It would be great if they were all shorter and go from 9 am to noon and 1 to 3:00 (and,being shorter, cheaper!)
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I have a slightly different take on this subject though. Being from a place that often has harsh winters (last Jan we left for our cruise and it had a wind chill of -7 degrees), I kind of luxuriate in the warmth and have a greater desire to go ashore and experience the island surroundings (or Mexico), while cruising in the Caribbean during late Spring / Summer takes the edge off the temp difference and puts me in a different frame of mind. This would lead me to be more in tune with staying on the ship in some ports that I have visited many times.
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We are leaving to go on a cruise to Key West & Nassau next week. I have been to Nassau twice and to tell you the truth - other than an excursion to Blue Lagoon (didn't do the dolphin) just the beach the 1st time and Senor Frogs the 2nd time. Nassau just doesn't impress me - we couldn't even figure out how to get to a beach - and I'm not sure that I feel comfortable in another country just takinga taxi or however other people get to places. The straw market wasn't my idea of fun at all....I loved the sea days though. I am excited about Key West because I have always wanted to go there - maybe I will feel safer walking around there - and maybe people want me constantly begging you to buy something.
I was just wondering what others think about getting off at ports. I know that I have read where some people plan their cruises around where they will be going. We have actually planned all 3 of ours because of where it leave from - close to home. From what I have been able to gather - the ports in Mexico aren't alot different than the ones in the Bahama's is this correct?

You can probably tell I'm not from a big city - because probably New York or San Francisco or somewhere would probably make me feel sort of the same way. Just sitting here thinking about how I love sitting on the boat watching the ocean -- and thought I would ask what everyone else thinks.
I honestly enjoy the ports, some more than others and sometimes I do a lot and sometimes I do nothing. Bottom line is it's how you feel at the time and not what anybody else thinks.
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Try going on a ship booked tour of the Atlantis. You take a water taxi over to the other side get on a regular bus that goes to the Atlantis and then get a guilded tour of the Atlanta "dig" It is a big aquarium. Just beautiful. Up stairs in the lobby and casino are some gorgeous huge blown glass sculptures. I happen to like those kinds of things so I was very impressed. I would go to the Atlantis again. Then we ate lunch at the big palapa out in the middle of a lot of pools. It was very nice. We caught a bus back to the pier and got a water taxi back to the main pier and a couple of the girls went out shopping and to the straw market. I went along to look, didn't buy anything. You don't have to be gone more than a couple of hours if you don't want to.
But if staying on the ship and relaxing is your thing then do it. It's your time and money.
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There is a lovely little zoo in Nassau called Ardasta Gardens. It is usually shown on the map you receive before going onto Nassau. They have marching Flamingos and tons of unique animals. It's the only zoo in the Bahamas and it's way different from our zoos. We discovered it by accident and had a lovely day there.
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We just came back from our cruise on the Glory...........and in both St. Thomas & St. Maarten we took a taxi on our own to resorts and did not have one problem. In St. Maarten we went to Little Divi Bay and used the facilities (pool, bar, restaurant, beach) and it was great. The taxi driver asked what time we wanted to be picked up and he was there waiting for us by the front lobby. It was $6.00 PP each way, a lot cheaper than the ship excursion to the same place. The kids went snorkling and had a blast. Same in St. Thomas, we took a taxi to the Morningstar Resort, it was the most beautiful resort, two awesome pools and beautiful beach area. Nice restaurants & bars too. Again, taxi drive was waiting for us when we came out. This is a five star resort & I would love to vacation there, can't afford it! So I feel lucky to have spent the day in such a great place, it was about a 10 min drive from the the pier. And even if your driver is not there, there are lots of others!

I felt completly safe...........have been to those ports several times and have never felt unsafe.

Nassau does not have much to offer if you don't shop or gamble, especially having been there 3 times already. We did the Dolphin Encounter (only ship excursion we did) and it was WONDERFUL.
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We walked around Nassau, went to the queens staircase, and pirates of nassau museum . It wasn't far the pirate museum is about a 10 block walk from the gangway. The queens staircase is about 1/2 mile or so it is free the museun cost about $15.00
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For me, it depends on the port. I won't bother getting off at Regresso (Progresso where you 'land tender' several miles from the actual place) and many times we do not get off at Grand Caymen becuase of the tendering.

I will always get off in Key West.

This upcoming cruise we will get off on all the ports because they will be new to us.
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We are back from our cruise! I wish I was back on the ship. We had a great time. We did get off in Key West - we let the seniors do their own thing (well other than a couple that were with their parents and walked around with them). We walked to the Southern Most Point - something I have always wanted to do! I was kind of sad there - I guess it was when it hit me my little girl is all grown up...I wish she would have been there with us taking a family picture instead of eating at Margaritaville...but I remember what it was like being a senior. It was raining - not hard - but messy - and we haven't had rain at home in over a month. We just walked in the rain - didn't do an excursion or anything - was kind of amazed just looking in the windows and walking through stores. Key West is definitely more my kind of port than Nassau or Freeport. When we got to Nassau - we got off the boat and walked around town for a while - we took the ferry boat to the Atlantis - but didn't do the digs or anything - just walked around and took the ferry back. The woman walking with us had never been to Nassau - so she took in the straw market and all. One of the women on the ship had a "big" rat run across her foot in the straw market - and she said it wasn't a mouse...that is the one thing that I am the most scared of. I always said I bet there were rats and snakes in their. I bought a bag - talked to them down to 12.00 and my husband showed me the exact same bag in a store next to Hard Rock Cafe for 7.00 ... so much for that. After 3 times I really don't want to go back to Nassau - but if it was the only port on a cruise I could go on I wouldn't turn it down!
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