Nassau Harbour - 24
Nassau, the biggest city in the Bahamas, has a big harbour. The harbour is actually a several-miles-long strait sheltered by the island of New Providence (on which Nassau is located) to the south and Paradise Island to the north. Nassau Harbour is capable of handling at least six (and probably more) large cruise ships at a time, as well as dozens of cargo ships, inter-island ferries, fishing trawlers and other assorted working vessels. In addition, a large marina at the eastern end of the harbour holds hundreds of motor yachts, speedboats and sailboats. There is also a sizeable marina on the southern edge of Paradise Island just to the north of Nassau Harbour, the entrance to this marina opening off the western approach to Nassau Harbour. There are thousands more photographs and thousands of articles on air travel and on destinations throughout the world on my travel news site at www.AirlinesAndDestinations.com.