Half Moon Cay

Half Moon Cay is Holland America’s privately owned island in the Bahamas.  It’s actual name is Little San Salvador Island.  Todd and I were lucky enough to visit this paradise while on our one and only Holland American cruise.

The island is magnificent and probably one of my favorite cruise stops.  There are trails, shops, sand, sun and blue ocean.  When the sun is bright, it’s like walking into a dream.  I felt like I had gone on a stroll with Mary Poppins through one of Burt’s (the chimney sweeper) sidewalk paintings.

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Front row seat


San Salvador

In the weeds

The Eurodam



58 responses to “Half Moon Cay

  1. I love the photograph on your header. I lived in the Bahamas for a short while and these photos bring back so many memories. Beautiful!

  2. Hi Seth! My husband and I visited Half Moon Cay on an Eastern Caribbean tour with Holland America. It was awesome!! Did you see a few roosters/chickens? They also had little huts by the water. We did some snorkeling and that was so fun. So quiet and peaceful there. :). Glad you both enjoyed it.

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  4. I know you must have heard it before, but not from me… So here!
    Your pictures are breathtaking. Not just the colors… It’s the unique way you see what’s around you. Thoroughly enjoyed visiting! 🙂

  5. Beautiful!
    There’s this beach in Hawaii (Oahu) that I love very much, “Lanikai” and it has the same blues as the ones in these photographs.
    Perchance you come by Hawaii one day and snap photos of “Lanikai!” =)


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