Carnival Adds Princess Cays To Six Itineraries
by Daniel McCarthy
Carnival Adds Princess Cays To Six Itineraries

Princess Cays is operated by Carnival Corp.’s Princess Cruises.

Six Carnival Cruise Line itineraries will stop at the private Bahamian destination Princess Cays starting in May 2017.

Seven-day sailings on Carnival Pride departing from Baltimore; five-day sailings on Carnival Ecstasy from Charleston; eight-day sailings on Carnival Conquest from Fort Lauderdale; five-day sailings on Carnival Elation from Jacksonville; four-day sailings on Carnival Liberty from Port Canaveral; and four-day sailings on Carnival Sensation from Miami will all stop at Princess Cays.

The port, located on the island of Eleuthera, is operated by Carnival Corp.’s Princess Cruises. It offers white-sand beaches, an observation tower that offers panoramic views of the island, bars, restaurants and retail shops.

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