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Bahamas from Miami September 2025

BahamasDuring your Bahamas cruise from Miami in September 2025, you will have the opportunity to go snorkeling, walk along beaches with pearly pink sand, and swim through crystal-clear blue waters. Here is a summary of the weather in the Bahamas to help you efficiently plan your trip from Miami.

Bahamas Weather Conditions in September

September marks the beginning of the off-peak season, offering tranquility and relaxation.

  • Crowds: Decreasing as schools resume.
  • Cruise Prices: Lower due to off-peak season.
  • Suitability: Poor — peak hurricane season.
  • Daytime Average Temperature: 88°F (31°C).
  • Nighttime Average Temperature: 76°F (24°C).
  • Water Temperature: 84°F (29°C).
  • Average Rainfall: 7.0 inches (178 mm).
  • Average Rainy Days: 16 days.
  • Rain Pattern: Persistent, with potential for severe weather.
  • Hurricane Risk: Very high.

Cruise Lines

Departing from Miami, Bahamas cruise ports welcome ships and visitors from the world’s most popular cruise lines, offering a large number of Bahamas voyages in September 2025.

  • Carnival Cruise Line: Experience the joy of fun-filled voyages suitable for all ages as you explore the Caribbean.
  • Celebrity Cruises: Indulge in sophistication and refined experiences as you sail the Caribbean seas.
  • MSC Cruises: Elevate your Caribbean adventure with Mediterranean-inspired luxury and innovation.
  • Royal Caribbean: Choose immersive cruising in the Caribbean, where innovative ships and unforgettable adventures await.
  • Virgin Voyages: Set sail on a rebellious journey with style, offering adult-only cruising.

Duration

There are various Bahamas itineraries departing from Miami in September 2025, ranging from 3 to 14 days.

Cruise Types

Nearly all cruises departing from Miami are roundtrip cruise.

  • Roundtrip Cruise: Provide circular routes that return to the starting port—ideal for straightforward, return voyages.
  • Mini Cruise: Brief, convenient escapes ideal for quick relaxation and first-time cruisers, usually spanning 3-5 days.

Bahamas Ports of Call

Bahamas cruise from Miami include stops in some of the most breathtaking beaches and crystal-clear waters in the world.

  • Bimini: Offers a close encounter with nature, being the nearest Bahamian island to the United States.
  • Bimini Beach Club: A private island destination with exclusive beaches and activities tailored for cruise passengers.
  • Celebration Key: A fictional destination offering thematic experiences (actual port name may vary based on cruise line offerings).
  • CocoCay: Royal Caribbean's private island with thrilling waterparks and relaxing beaches.
  • Freeport: A mix of urban appeal and natural attractions, featuring one of the world's longest underwater cave systems.
  • Great Stirrup Cay: A private island paradise exclusively for Norwegian Cruise Line guests, offering pristine beaches and natural beauty.
  • Half Moon Cay: Another private island popular for its horseback riding by the sea and stunning, powdery beaches.
  • Nassau: The bustling capital of the Bahamas, known for its historical forts, casinos, and the Atlantis resort.
  • Ocean Cay: MSC Cruises' private island that focuses on eco-friendly practices and coral restoration.
  • Princess Cays: A resort-style private island with over half a mile of white-sand shoreline managed by Princess Cruises.

Bahamas Cruise Itineraries and Schedule from Miami in September 2025

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14-day
Western Caribbean
cruise from Miami
onboard MSC World America

Date: Saturday, September 6, 2025

MSC Cruises Western Caribbean 14-day route to Costa Maya, Roatan, Cozumel, Ocean Cay, Miami, Puerto Plata, San Juan, Ocean Cay

Line Name: MSC Cruises

Ship Name: MSC World America

Duration: 14-day cruise

Cruise Type: Roundtrip cruise


Ports of Call: Miami (6:00pm), Costa Maya (8:00am-6:00pm), Roatan (8:00am-5:00pm), Cozumel (9:00am-7:00pm), Ocean Cay (8:00am-8:00pm), Miami (7:00am-6:00pm), Puerto Plata (9:00am-5:00pm), San Juan (9:00am-11:00pm), Ocean Cay (8:00am-8:00pm), Miami (7:00am);