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Great Stirrup Cay Where having fun comes naturally


Who says you can’t improve on paradise? That’s just what we’re doing on our exclusive private island, Great Stirrup Cay. We were the fi rst cruise line to offer an exclusive tropical paradise for our guests. Now we’re investing U.S.$25 million to preserve and enhance the fl ora, fauna and fun of this 250-acre Bahamian treasure – to make it more magnifi cent, more thrilling, more of a naturally unforgettable eco-fun paradise. Great Stirrup Cay is not only teeming with native species, it also offers an abundance of choices – ranging from fun activities and sports to sunbathing and nature trails.


LIFE'S A BEACH


The Bahamas are renowned for their spectacular white, sandy beaches and Great Stirrup Cay is no exception. When the development is complete, our West Beach will stretch to over 1,000 metres. And that’s not all, there’s a separate private beach, private cabanas and private spa treatment location.


ON THE WATER


• Parasailing • Snorkelling • Eco-Adventure Boat Tours • WaveRunner®


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• Kayaking • Floats & Aquatic Activities • Private Island Snorkel Tours


ON THE SHORE


• Authentic Straw Market • Hippo Slide • Beach Barbecue • Island Bars • Beach Volleyball • Kid’s Play Area • Live Band • New Tender Pavilion


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• Expanded Beachfront • New Dining Facilities


And there is more to come! Watch out for a new winding river, a fl oating aqua park, private beachfront cabanas, nature trails and additional beaches.


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