Half Moon Cay is located in the Bahamas and is owned and operated by Holland America Line. The private island offers a long crescent beach that is lined with white, powdery sand. The island is visited by Carnival Cruise Line and Holland America Line (both owned by Carnival Corporation) ships. A stop at Half Moon Cay is often the highlight of a passenger’s cruise. 7 night cruises to Half Moon Cay from $429
Labadee, Royal Caribbean’s private oasis in the Western Caribbean, finished second in voting. Although technically not an island, this tropical paradise on the northern coast of Haiti is a private resort owned by Royal Caribbean. Want to visit Labadee? You will have to take a cruise to the Western Caribbean on either Royal Caribbean or Celebrity. No tendering required.
Coming in third place in voting was Disney Cruise Line’s Castaway Cay. Castaway Cay, a 99 acre island located in the Bahamas, offers three different beaches including the adults only Serenity Bay. The island has their very own dock so there is no need for tendering.
Finishing in 4th to 6th place was as follows: CocoCay (Royal Caribbean), Princess Cays (Princess Cruises), and Great Stirrup Cay (Norwegian Cruise Line).
Voting took place by our readers on CruiseFever.net and concluded on November 30, 2015. Multiple votes from the same IP address were discarded.
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