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Prince George Wharf, Nassau

(2.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Not real sure this qualifies as an attraction. We walked by the dock every day. Always crowded. Very touristy, of course. We could see it from our room at the Hilton. As many as five cruise ships port...  more »
  • The port is quite disgusting. I know that all cruise ports are very commercial and a the cruise-lines attempt at a money grab. I have come to expect these realities. This place is the worst cruise por...  more »
  • Huge place there was 4cruise ships at once, it was busy but manageable. Plenty of shops within minutes Within meters there are ferry boat and taxi stands I recommend take a taxi instead of waiting aro...  more »
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  • I was horrified by what I saw. Skinny horses, belligerant and unknowledgeable owners and the mandatory rest from 1 to 3? For many of these horses it just does not happen. In fairness I saw healthy, rested horses with caring owners too. It was interesting that the healthy ones were up front, the abused ones farther back. I am trying to find out now who regulates these -- humane society? I have photos of the skinny ones and the owner of one viciously jerking its mouth to make it back up and go to work at 2:30pm.
  • Fantastic place. Most people head straight for the tourist crap after coming off the boat, but if you make your way into the harbour's administrative area, and walk down endless corridors, you'll find a man who will, grudgingly, stamp your passport. He has to find the stamp first, which takes three people and 15 minutes, then he has to find the ink pad. He grumbles all the while. I, without a hint of sarcasm, sincerely recommend getting your passport stamped. It's an experience.
  • It is pretty even though there is some dirt better than a lot of American cities
  • Little dirty, but not to bad.
  • Fantastic place in all the world.