Half Moon Cay, also known as Little San Salvador, is Holland America Line’s private island in the Bahamas. This tropical oasis offers a long crescent beach that is lined with white, powdery sand. The island is visited by Carnival Cruise Line and Holland America Line cruise ships (both owned by Carnival Corporation) and is often the highlight of a cruise itinerary.
The following private islands followed Half Moon Cay in voting: Labadee, Haiti (Royal Caribbean); Castaway Cay (Disney Cruise Line); CocoCay (Royal Caribbean); Princess Cays (Princess Cruises); and Great Stirrup Cay (Norwegian Cruise Line).
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