Bahamas Cruise for Two
Explore Grand Bahama Island’s idyllic beaches during this 2-night cruise aboard the Grand Celebration. You’ll have plenty of time to enjoy this tropical island during eco- and family-friendly activities, including snorkeling, dolphin swims, and cave tours. As you sail to and from the Bahamas, the ship’s restaurants, casino, live shows, pool deck, and bars will keep you well-fed and busy.
Day 1: Depart from Palm Beach, FL
Your cruise officially begins at 6 p.m. when the ship casts off, but you can board as early as noon. Take some time to explore the ship’s many restaurants and bars, which include 5-course dining, and buffet options, some until 2 a.m. Guests can enjoy big Vegas revue shows, presented in the 850 seat performance center, live music, five pools and jetted tubs, as well as a casino, spa and beauty salon, which features a steam room and fitness center.
Day 2: Grand Bahama Island
After you arrive on Grand Bahama at 8 a.m., you’ll have 10 hours to explore the island. Swim with dolphins and scuba-dive snorkel through colorful coral reefs, or learn about the island’s culture and history on a jeep tour. The Botanical Gardens of the Groves is also worth a visit: take a guided tour of the beautiful tropical landscape before shopping the Port Lucaya Marketplace. If a soft, empty beach sounds more your speed, you can take a 45-foot catamaran to one for some sunbathing and swimming.
Day 3: Return to Palm Beach, FL
After another night of dining, dancing, and lounging aboard the ship, you’ll arrive back at the port at 7 a.m.
Optional Beach Resort Stay
In some options for this deal, you can opt to extend your vacation for two nights at Grand Lucayan Beach & Golf Resort. Lounge on the resort’s white-sand beach, or enjoy a view of if from your ocean-view room. It has eight restaurants and bars, nightly entertainment, and its own casino.
Ship at a Glance: Grand Celebration
The Grand Celebration cruise ship is akin to a floating Las Vegas resort, albeit more kid-friendly: It houses five pools, eight bars, and a casino filled with slot and table games. Little ones can romp around the kids club while you pamper yourself at the spa or grab a snack at the many restaurants. The whole family can also take in a show at the performance center, which offers concerts and other live entertainment.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What travel documents are required? US born travelers will need a passport or government issued original birth certificate with photo ID in order to travel. If staying overnight in the Bahamas, a passport is required. If traveling from another country, please check with your consulate for required documents.
2. What are the gratuities onboard? Our crew (as well as the crew from other lines) is encouraged to work together as a team. Staff members including restaurant staff, stateroom stewards, and behind-the-scenes support staff are compensated by a combination of salary and incentive programs that your service charge supports. A charge of $12 per person per day will automatically be added to your onboard account.
3. Is internet service available onboard? Yes, internet is available onboard for a fee. Please contact Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line for further information.
4. Does my child need a Groupon? Each voucher is good for two guests. If you are looking for a room with you and your child then you only need to purchase one Groupon. If you are looking to add your child as the third person in a room please purchase this at the time of booking with Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line.
5. Can I exchange money onboard?No, you cannot exchange money onboard. The Bahamas accepts US currency.
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