Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line gets green light for test cruise on June 28

   June 25, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line received a green light from the CDC agency to conduct a "simulated voyage".

The test cruise was previously scheduled to depart on June 25, and is now rescheduled for June 28.

A private group of pre-selected, fully vaccinated guests will join the fully vaccinated crew aboard Grand Classica, now setting sail on June 28 for a 2-night round-trip voyage from Port Palm Beach Florida to Grand Bahama Island (Freeport, Bahamas).

The journey will simulate all aspects of the onboard experience, such as dining, leisure activities, entertainment, shore excursions.

Bahamas Paradise will resume sailing on July 2 and is currently accepting bookings on the company's website.

Grand Classica cruise ship

It is one of the latest USA-based lines to announce it had received approval from the CDC to conduct test voyages, following DCL-Disney and RCI-Royal Caribbean.

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