Welcome to Prince George Wharf
Where To Go
When To Go
Where To Stay
What It Costs
What To Do
What To Pack
Flora & Fauna
Nassau is perhaps the busiest port in the Caribbean, thanks to its proximity to many cruise ship ports located on Florida’s east coast. Up to 7 cruise ships can dock at a time at Nassau’s Prince George Wharf, here on either a short jaunt from Florida or as part of week-long cruises to the Eastern or Western Caribbean. The Nassau port is conveniently located only a few steps from downtown Nassau.
When Prince George Wharf is at capacity, between 15,000 to 20,000 passengers will be exploring Nassau and nearby Paradise Island. Overall, the port receives more than 3 million passengers annually disembarking from more than 100,000 cruise ships.
But there are some services you definitely may need. Such as cheap internet service. The handful of internet terminals rent for $5 per hour. WIFI, on the other hand, is just $5 for the day.Both are a steal compared to cruise ship prices.
The tour desk is a quick one-stop for information about Nassau and Paradise Island as well as local attractions and land and water-based tours. If you didn't book a touon board ship, you’ll find plenty of eager Bahamian tour operators and taxi drivers happy to take you where you want to go.