Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has announced that Grand Celebration will be returning to her homeport in Palm Beach on Friday, December 21 after being chartered for two months.
The ship was chartered to assist with restoration of service to communities impacted by the Massachusetts gas incident. (Read about who stayed on the ship here.) With the ship back at home, Bahamas Paradise will once again resume daily departures from the Port of Palm Beach to Grand Bahama Island.
Kids 12 and under sail free with two paying guests, and adults can enjoy two of four free entertainment options, part of the Sail Away Your Way offer on sailings through February 12 when booked by December 12. Guests can try their luck in the casino with $25 match play credit, relax with a $25 spa credit, take advantage of a $25 photo credit, or choose a $25 onboard credit for use on everything from drinks to specialty dining and shore excursions.
Voyages begin at $139 per person. Learn more at bahamasparadisecruise.com.
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