Event Itinerary

Welcome to Nassau, Bahamas!

While docked at this historic port, we are proposing a unique InterAm experience.

We’re planning to give you urban and shiggy trails with varying degrees of length (plus a Ballbuster for you masochists). A themed Dress Run may also be in the works! After trails are finalized, we plan to offer a convenient online sign-up experience. All of the details you need will be posted here. 

If you’re in Never Leave Camp H3, we got you, fam. There’s more to this event than just trails. You might stay on the boat and relax in the spa or by the pool, or the shore excursion desk can hook you up with dozens of exciting adventures on land. (Additional fees may apply for shore excursions.)

For now, here’s an outline of the itinerary (subject to change):

Sunday, Oct 13 – Depart West Palm Beach at 6:00 pm
Monday, Oct 14– Trail Day #1 in Nassau
Tuesday, Oct 15 – Trail Day #2 in Nassau
Wednesday, Oct 16 – Shenanigans at Sea
Thursday, Oct 17 – Return to West Palm Beach by 8:00 am


Getting to the Port

AIRPORTS

  • Palm Beach International (PBI): 25 mins
  • Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International (FLL): 60 mins
  • Miami International Airport (MIA): 1.5 hours
  • Orlando International Airport (MCO): 2.5 hours

TRAINS

  • BRIGHTLINE is a high-speed rail service that can take you into downtown West Palm Beach from Fort Lauderdale in 30 minutes, or up from Miami in 60 minutes. Wi-fi is complimentary on the train and there are upgrades to seating that may be available.
  • TRI-RAIL has a stop in West Palm Beach and stations in Fort Lauderdale and Miami. They also feature a shuttle bus that connects you directly to the PBI, FLL and MIA airports.

DRIVING

  • I-95 has 30 exits from Jupiter to Boca Raton, but the interstate runs closer to the eastern side of The Palm Beaches so pay attention to the exits to hit West Palm Beach.
  • Florida’s Turnpike goes from Orlando to Miami and is west of I-95. Insider tip: When driving southbound on the Turnpike, exit at Indiantown Road in Jupiter (Exit 116), from the toll booths turn left – and immediately find the entrance ramp for I-95 to finish your trip.
  • A1A follows the Atlantic Ocean beaches for 47 miles and is a must do if this is your first time in Florida.
  • US Highway 1 was the road that started it all into the Palm Beaches. This unique road goes through each city and is a classic north/south way to get into West Palm Beach.
  • US Highway 98 goes from Lake Okeechobee to Palm Beach and features scenic views of farmlands and glades.

Parking at the Port

If you’re driving directly to the cruise terminal on Sunday, you’ll park your car with the Port of Palm Beach. Parking is currently $19 per day (cash only) and is valet only.