Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line extends BOGO offer, launches new premium package

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line extends BOGO offer, launches new premium package

WEST PALM BEACH — Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has extended its BOGO and launched a new program that will add even more value to cruise getaways.

By popular demand, the BOGO offer has been extended through end of day today, June 28, giving travellers who book a two-night Bahamas cruise 50% off for the second guest as well as the choice between two perks: US$50 onboard credit or Kids Sail Free.

In addition, the cruise line has rolled out the all-new ‘Paradise Premium Package,’ which can be combined with the BOGO offer. The PPP gives guests the opportunity to add on a value-packed lineup of amenities worth more than $300, for $99 per person, per day. Amenities include one shore excursion, 10 drinks per person, one specialty dinner for two, one champagne breakfast for two, and Wi-Fi for up to two devices.

“Travellers today are seeking unique vacation experiences with the very best deals and I’m thrilled to announce our new focus on offering a more inclusive experience than ever before, further enhancing our two-day micro-cations. The Perfect Getaway just got a little better,” said Francis Riley, chief commercial officer.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is known for its two-night micro-cations, close-to-home Bahamas vacations featuring al fresco dining, full-service spas, kids programs, various entertainment options and the popular Par-a-Dice Casino. 

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is accepting bookings for cruises beginning July 2, 2021, with the Grand Classica departing Port of Palm Beach for Grand Bahama Island. Earlier this month, the cruise line gained CDC approval to conduct a simulated cruise, as required by the CDC for cruise lines to resume operations in U.S. waters.

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