Great Stirrup Cay

Great Stirrup Cay is an uninhabited island owned by Norwegian Cruise Lines usually on route to the Bahamas.  Several of the cruise lines own islands in the area.  None of them have drinkable water, so they aren't any use for permanent habitation, but they've got splendid beaches, and range up to a mile or two long.

Great Stirrup Cay is four square miles of white beaches and coconut palm trees and features great swimming and snorkeling.

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