Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line Introduces Cruise & Stay Packages

   September 21, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line introduced 4 and 6-night Cruise & Stay packages.

As cruise industry's first, the line offers the opportunity for cruisers to take a one way trip from Port Palm Beach (Florida) to Grand Bahama Island, and stay 2 or 4 nights at one of the partner resorts on the island, then cruise back to Port of Palm beach. Passengers get the best of both via combining a full cruise experience with a number of days on land.

Guest can choose from several premier properties and stay in all-inclusive resort property including food and beverages like Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach or Lighthouse Pointe at Grand Lucayan. They can also opt for hotel only plan at Pelican Bay Hotel or Marlin at Taino Bay. The cruise company gives passengers the flexibility to customize their vacation package to meet their individual needs.

Those who choose a Cruise & Stay package can pair 2 nights in an oceanview stateroom with 2 nights at an all-inclusive resort stay at Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort for a 4-night package starting from US$469 per person, double occupancy.

Package prices include convenient transfers from the cruise ship to the resort and back.

Grand Celebration cruise ship

Passengers onboard both Grand Celebration and Grand Classica can enjoy full complement of dining venues, several bars and various entertainment choices, such as Vegas-style shows, live music and comedians. The renovated Par-A-Dice casino is another favorite among travelers, featuring slot machines, table games, and free lessons for amateur players. Both ships also home full-service spas, pool deck games, interactive kids’ programs, and sail away shows.

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