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Princess Cays Boasts After Renovations

By ,   February 16, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

The exclusive island destination for Princess Cruises passengers, Princess Cays, now offers renovated areas, program enhancements and newly defined "surfing" via MedallionNet™ Wi-Fi, the only private island in cruise industry to offer connectivity ashore.

Situated on the southern tip of Eleuthera Island in the outer Bahamas, the destination has offered beachside hideaway to travelers since 1992. Princess Cays' beach is located on approx 40 acres, including over a mile and a half of white-sand shoreline. It is a featured call on Princess Cruises' Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries.  

Princess Cays cruise port

Additional enhancements include new shore trips, refurbished bar and retail areas, shopping, infrastructure and landscape:

  • The marina expansion includes new channel and turning basin depth to accommodate bigger tenders and smoother disembarkation/embarkation of passengers, including shaded security pre-clearance area.
  • On Saturday, February 17, the new Lagoon Clear-Bottom Kayaking Adventure is introduced, a guided paddle through the lagoon allowing guests to explore the flora and fauna of the habitat. The Island Bicycle Adventure offers passengers Princess Cays' history and scenery and history via leisurely bike ride to popular sites. Construction of "Davy Jones" water sports rental equipment offers snorkeling and water gear. Stingray Beach Encounter allows vacationers to touch, hold and feed live stingrays. 
  • Passengers also enjoy an information booth with public announcement & music system and shaded waiting lounge area; newly painted structures; guest services station for water & towel distributions at the Welcome Center; refitted beach bungalows; extensive landscaping of guest areas, including newly planted palm trees and additional planters.
  • Princess Cays guests can also enjoy the new nautical-themed, "pick-a-pearl" jewelry section within Bahama Treasure store.