Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line stops taking reservations

   November 7, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, which operates exclusively voyages from USA to The Bahamas (roundtrips from homeport Palm Beach Florida) has stopped taking reservations on voyages.

The company had previously stopped allowing customers to book sailings online. However, reservations could still be made over the phone. Currently, the company has paused all new reservations (both online and over the phone) and has the following message on its website's homepage:

“Dear Customer,

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is pleased to announce that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has lifted the no-sail order and provided new guidelines for cruises to resume sailing. Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is now working to comply with all requirements to ensure a safe return for guests to Grand Bahama Island.

Thank you for your continued support and patience during these difficult times. We will be accepting reservations very soon. In the meantime, please call 800-995-3201 for further information or any questions you may have.”

Bahamas Paradise Grand Classica cruise ship

The cruise line is still struggling with cruises being shut down since March. Bahamas Paradise operates two ships (Grand Classica and Grand Celebration) and offers regularly scheduled 2-night roundtrips to The Bahamas that can be combined with hotel and resort stays. It is the only cruise line to offer such a combination.

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