Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line announced that its sailings will resume onboard Grand Celebration on July 25 and onboard Grand Classica on October 2, 2020.
The company had previously announced an update to its passenger shipping schedule on April 24. Its Florida to Bahamas cruises (roundtrips from homeport West Palm Beach) had to resume with Grand Celebration on June 13 and with Grand Classica on July 10.
In addition, the line’s renowned Cruise & Stay Program, which lets passengers extend their stay in the Bahamas for up to 4 nights at one of the resort partners of the company, will be available for bookings beginning October 2.
As Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line prepares for an anticipated return, it is rolling out an extensive list of preventative measures to ensure the wellness of both crew and passengers.
As the only cruise company that departs from the Port of Palm Beach, with the only 2-night short-cruise product on the market, Bahamas Paradise is implementing new processes to ensure the health and safety of all people onboard. The new measures encompass protocols for passenger accommodations, food hygiene, common areas onboard the vessels, recreational facilities, and more.