7 Private Islands You Can Visit on a Cruiseby Lisa Cheng | February 06, 2017
1. Castaway Cay, Bahamas
Who Sails There: Disney Cruise Line
This patch of paradise in the Bahamas is the onshore version of what you’d find on Disney’s ships, with trams that shuttle guests around the island. There are family-friendly areas populated with costumed characters, including play zones with geysers and bucket dumps, and a snorkeling lagoon with underwater surprises. Bonus: For the adults who want to escape from the overstimulated tots and tweens, there’s a no-kids-allowed beach that’s blissfully serene (and, it's aptly named Serenity Bay).
Lisa Cheng is a New York-based writer for ShermansCruise who also writes for Travel + Leisure.