I am fresh off my second cruise with Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line. The cruise line sails two night cruises to the Bahamas from the Port of Palm Beach. In addition, you can combine the cruise with a resort stay in the Bahamas to create a truly unique vacation.
The cruise line added a second cruise ship, Grand Classica, earlier this year. After have a great first experience with the cruise line (You can read about that trip here), I knew I had to check out this other ship that came over from Costa Cruises. Here was my experience and reasons why you should look into taking a cruise on Grand Classica with Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line.
No Single Supplement – Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is the only cruise line to not charge single cruisers double. My two night cruise in an oceanview cabin came to $129 plus taxes/port fees. I ended up upgrading to a suite but I’ll get into that a little later. As someone who travels solo several times a year, not having to pay double occupancy is a breath of fresh air.
Check-In – Check-in at the Port of Palm Beach is as easy as it comes. They have a separate line for those with passports and it’s always shorter than the line with those checking in with birth certificates.
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