Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is operator of two cruise ships that offer two night cruises to the Bahamas from the Port of Palm Beach. These cruises can be combined with resort stays in Nassau and Freeport as part of the cruise line’s Cruise and Stay packages.
Starting today, travelers can book future sailings to Grand Bahama Island or Nassau for early 2021 with just a $25 deposit per person and enjoy 10 free drinks, a $50 onboard credit, free WiFi, and kids sail FREE. With the rollout of this new offer, the cruise line is providing added peace of mind to travelers by allowing them to reserve their cruise vacation now with minimal deposit and pay in full later.
In addition to these perks, travelers that choose to set sail with Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line will enjoy a safe and stress-free micro-cation, as the cruise line has implemented a variety of new initiatives to ensure the health and safety of all onboard and ashore.
The safety measures include newly enhanced protocols for guest accommodations, common areas, recreational facilities, and dining onboard. A few specific measures include closing two-passenger stateroom decks to reduce crowds, and reducing onboard capacity by 40 percent, as well as requiring guests to social distance from valet parking to terminal check-in.
As the only cruise line with daily departures from West Palm Beach, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line lets travelers cruise to either Grand Bahama Island or Nassau while sailing aboard Grand Celebration or Grand Classica. Travelers have access to al fresco dining; full-service spas; interactive kids’ programs; a variety of entertainment options; and the popular Par-a-Dice Casino.
Each cruise ship features unique dining venues – all of which exemplify the line’s comfortable luxury appeal – including The Rock Grill, an interactive experience where guests can cook their own meats and veggies on a lava rock and Admiral’s Steak & Seafood, with featured items such as Angus Beef Carpaccio and Peruvian Sea Bass.
Visit BahamasParadiseCruiseLine.com for complete terms and details and to view cruises.