2 Nights of Bahamas Paradise
2 Nights of Bahamas Paradise
Great Way to Get to the Bahamas
Need to get away, but can’t stay away too long? Think about a 2-night getaway to the Bahamas. The Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line provides a great way to get to the Bahamas while living a life of luxury. Everything you can do on the major cruise lines you can do on Bahamas Paradise. Large spacious staterooms, nightly entertainment, pools, games, and dinner all are part of your cruise fare. The ship travels to Grand Bahama Island where you spend a whole day, 8 AM til 6 PM enjoying the Island.
2 Nights is a Great Mini Vacation
The cruise leaves every other day from Palm Beach. You spend the next day on Grand Bahama Island. There are several excursions available through the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line. There are various tours available by other companies. Grand Bahama Island is known for its white sand beaches, excellent snorkeling, diving, and fishing. All-inclusive day passes are available from multiple resorts. Those passes do include food, adult beverages and the use of the facilities. The island has shopping, restaurants, and a casino. For the more adventurous, there are jet skis, scooters, ATV and Jeep tours. For those who are less inclined, there are Eco-Tours, Bus Tours, and Cooking classes. You will return to the ship by 6:00 P.M to head back to the United States.
You will travel in style on the Grand Celebration. The ship the Grand Celebration was built in 1986 for Carnival and sailed as the Carnival Celebration until 2008. Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line acquired the ship in 2014. The ship is 733 feet in length with 9 passenger decks. There are 750 total staterooms and 450 are Oceanview. The Grand Celebration can hold up to 1900 passengers. The ship has nightly entertainment, a casino, spa, gym, shopping and 5 pools plus hot tubs.
Cruise and Stay is the Best of Both Worlds!
“Invented with the idea of having both “Adventure” and “Relaxation”, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line gives you the best of both the worlds with 2-Night Cruise and Cruise & Resort Stay packages.” – Bahamas Paradise. What that means is that you can cruise over to the island on the ship. Then stay on the island in a hotel, resort, Airbnb or with Friends. At the end of your stay, you return to the ship. The advantage is that while on the ship going and returning, you have a stateroom with meals and entertainment included. You are spending 2 nights on the ship. As an added bonus, you have all of the amenities and luxuries of the ship. You are not being rushed, like on a ferry.
There are 4 Dinner Options. Stellar Prime Restaurant which offers a 5-course dinner with fresh seafood, beef, poultry and vegetarian options all included in the price of the Cruise. The menu changes each night and they offer seating at 6:15 PM or 8:30 PM. Other times are available via the online reservation system. The Admiralty Club Restaurant is also available. They offer a Steak and Seafood menu for an upcharge. Reservations can be made at the time of your convenience. The Ocean View Buffet is the traditional buffet like you would find on any cruise
ship. For those who don’t want to dress for dinner or want food on the go or kids that don’t want to eat with their parents, this is your spot! If you want to eat poolside and you like comfort food, then check out Plunge Grill. It serves burgers, hot dogs, tacos barbecue chicken and sides to go with it! From 6:30 to midnight you can enjoy gourmet burgers at Plunge Grill. That includes Angus beef, Ahi Tuna, and Salmon. They also offer non-beef options!
The next time you are looking for someplace to go and only have a short window in which to go. Consider the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line. This is a great way to get to the Bahamas without flying, riding a ferry or paying the price of the major cruise lines. Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line provides everything you can do on the major cruises. It is a great way to get to the Bahamas. Try it out and 2 Nights of Bahamas Paradise will be your reward!
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