Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line Announces End of 2018 Offers

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line launched two end of the year offers, including a special Buy One, Get One Free promotion and a cruise and stay offer at the Grand Lucayan Resort. The cruise company also announced the special arrangements its cruises will feature this Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve.

For a limited time, travelers can buy one cruise and get one free for sailings through the end of 2018. Tickets for two on a two-night cruise form the Port of Palm Beach to Grand Bahama Island are starting at $129. Guests can also save when turning the line’s two-night cruises into a longer vacation. Passengers receive a special value when buying two or four nights at the company’s partner Grand Lucayan Resort with prices as low as $459 per person for a four-night package.

During the holiday season, Bahamas Cruise Lines will offer special meals, events and specials. On the line’s November 20 and 22 sailings, the ships will offer a Thanksgiving feast, Thanksgiving cooking class, Thanksgiving themed trivia and bingo and a special Thanksgiving show. On its December 24 and 25 trips, the cruise will offer special menus and holiday dinners, a “Holiday Live on Stage” show, a Santa Claus with gifts and special surprises and promotions at the spa and gift shops. Its December 30 and 31 sailings will feature a special New Year’s Eve show, a champagne fountain, a special menu with drink specials and party favors and decorations.

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