Cruise From The Port Of Palm Beach To The Bahamas!

Ali Kane
Posted by Ali Kane
| Internet Marketing Team
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Palm Beach County offers a large variety of things to do and activities for the whole family, including a cruise from the Port of Palm Beach to the Bahamas.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has two ships that sail out of the Port of Palm Beach to the Grand Bahama Island on either the Grand Celebration or the Grand Classica. The Grand Celebration has 7 dining venues, 7 lounges and bars and 750 staterooms. While the Grand Classica has 8 dining venues, 5 bars and lounges, and 658 staterooms.

The port is centrally located within the county and with its location you are never more than a day away from the Bahamas. The Cruise line started in 2014 and began sailing to the Bahamas in February of 2015.

The Cruise line offers deals in the summer and for Florida residents. In fact, kids under the age of 16 get to sail for free on certain days and sailings throughout August and September. On the ship there is plenty of activities for you to enjoy your vacation, with unlimited entertainment, a kid’s club, a casino, food included in your cruise, optional alcoholic and non-alcoholic drink packages, an ocean breeze and much more.

The cruise offers a Two-Night Cruise or a Cruise and Stay deal. With the Two-Night Cruise, passengers can start to board the ship around noon and departs at 5 pm and after a night of entertainment and fun will arrive in the Bahamas at 8 am the next day. Passengers will spend the day in the Bahamas before leaving at 5pm to head back home. With the Cruise and Stay Package, passengers will board the ship and deport to the Bahamas. Once the ship arrives you can get off and spend a few extra days at a local hotel before boarding the ship to come home a few days later, getting two vacations in one.

Click here to book your next cruise to the Bahamas.


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