Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has introduced new four and six-night Cruise & Stay vacation packages. The line will allow travelers to take a one-way cruise from Palm Beach, Florida to Grand Bahama Island. There, they will stay two or four nights at one of their partner resorts before cruising back to Palm Beach.
There are several partner properties to choose from, including all-inclusive resorts like the Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach or Lighthouse Pointe at Grand Lucayan, or a hotel-only package at the Pelican Bay Hotel or the Marlin at Taino Bay.
Whichever type guests choose, the packages are a great value. Two nights in an oceanview stateroom onboard the ship paired with two nights at an all-inclusive resort stay at the Viva Wyndham starts at just $469 per person, based on double occupancy. Packages also include transfers from the ship to the resort and back.
“We are the only cruise line in the industry that can offer this unique Cruise & Stay vacation experience and believe it gives consumers as well as our travel partners another reason to choose Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line,” shared Oneil Khosa, CEO of Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line. “With our daily departures from the Port of Palm Beach, our Cruise & Stay packages are easily tailored to fit into traveler’s busy schedules and ultimately provide a perfect getaway option.”
Activities and entertainment on the ship include shows in the theater, live music, the casino, pool deck games, kids’ programs, deck parties, and more. Activities you’ll find on Grand Bahama Island include snorkeling, parasailing, kayaking, swimming with dolphins, jet skiing, and visiting places off-the-beaten-path like Garden of the Groves, Peterson Cay National Park, and Copper’s Castle.
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