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Princess Cays
Bahamas

Princess Cays has been Princess Cruise’s private beach since 1992. This port is located on the southern tip of Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas.

Its facilities include a special area dedicated to children’s activities, a beautiful beach with barbecue and bar, and a basketball court! The island has a population of 11,000 and Princess offers some excursions to the surrounding villages, outside the tourist complex.

Useful Information

Language

English

Currency

BSD
Bahamian dollar - The U.S. dollar is generally accepted. The Bahamas dollar is at parity with the U.S. dollar. Make sure you receive your currency in U.S. dollars.

Currency Converters:  
Bing   CAD   USD   EUR  
XE

Time difference

UTC: -5

from New York: 0h

from San Francisco: +2h

from London: -5h

Tips

A 15% tip will be appreciated in restaurants and taxis, but be careful, as it is sometimes already added to the bill.

Weather
°C °F

MonthTemperature (Celsius)Temperature (Fahrenheit)Precipitations
Minimum
Maximum
(mminch)
January
19 66
24 75
502.00
February
20 68
24 75
502.00
March
21 70
26 79
301.25
April
22 72
27 81
502.00
May
23 73
28 82
1004.00
June
24 75
29 84
1807.00
July
26 79
31 88
1305.00
August
26 79
31 88
2007.75
September
26 79
30 86
2509.75
October
24 75
28 82
30011.75
November
23 73
27 81
803.25
December
22 72
25 77
803.25

Where is locate the Port of Princess Cays

To access this private beach of Princess, your ship will anchor offshore and tender boats will transport you to the beach.

Excursions in Princess Cays

You can simply relax on the beach, or choose from one of the many activities and excursions such as:

  • Guided tour of the island and its villages
  • Dune Buggy
  • Boat tours
  • Snorkeling
  • Fishing
  • Renting different aquatic equipment
  • Windsurfing
  • Paddle board
  • Kayak
  • Private cabana rentals

Other ports in the area

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