BAHAMAS PARADISE CRUISE LINE TO WELCOME FIRST PASSENGERS ONBOARD IN PORT OF PALM BEACH AFTER 16 MONTH PAUSE
Family-Owned Cruise Line Resumes Operations Today, Welcoming Passengers Onboard Grand Classica for Two-Night Grand Bahama Island Cruise
July 24, 2021 – After successfully completing a closed group test sailing, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line today marks a major milestone, resuming commercial operations and welcoming passengers back onboard after an extended 16 month pause. The family-owned and operated cruise line’s flagship vessel, Grand Classica, will set sail this afternoon from the Port of Palm Beach to Grand Bahama Island, marking the return of the line’s popular two-night ‘micro-cation’ cruise vacations.
In an effort to ensure the health and safety of all passengers and crew, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has implemented extensive cleanliness protocol, and will adhere to all policies outlined and required by the CDC’s Framework for Conditional Sailing Order. Guests onboard will experience a clean, safe, enjoyable, close-to-home Bahamas vacation, with a full sailing schedule of back-to-back two-night round-trip cruises.
For more information on the cruise line’s policies and procedures, or to book a cruise, please visit www.BahamasParadiseCruise.com, follow the cruise line on Facebook at Facebook.com/BPCruiseLine, Instagram @BahamasParadiseCruiseLine, and Twitter @BPCruiseLine.
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