Good news for solo cruisers!
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is now the only cruise line with no solo supplement fees. There’s no restriction on departure dates. Centrally located, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line sails from the Port of Palm Beach on Florida’s east coast.
“With solo travel on the rise, we knew we needed to implement a program for this segment of independent cruisers to make Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line accessible to all,” shared Oneil Khosa, CEO of Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line. “We are thrilled to be able to offer an incredible value to guests of all ages seeking a solo vacation and give them the opportunity to travel at any date of their choosing without having to break the bank.”
The cruise line’s only requirement is that you need to reserve an oceanview stateroom. But with prices that begin at only $149 per person plus the usual taxes and fees, it’s a great value.
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Both ships in the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line fleet, Grand Celebration and their newest ship Grand Classica, have no solo supplement.
Oceanview staterooms with no solo supplement are available on all cruises, every day of the week. With a welcome reception exclusively for all solo travelers, there is also the opportunity to meet similar cruisers and even make plans to experience some of the cruise together.
Things to do on Grand Bahama Island
Solo travelers can experience Grand Bahama Island with a vast range of shore excursions. Some options to choose include:
- snorkeling in highly-preserved Bahamian reefs
- cruise the beach in an open-air Jeep
- snorkel around a freshwater blue hole
- swim with dolphins
- kayak through a mangrove forest
- cruise aboard a 60-foot, double-deck, glass- bottom boat
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line’s Grand Classica and Grand Celebration offer daily departures from the Port of Palm Beach.
For more information on Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line and solo cruising, please visit www.bahamasparadisecruise.com. Solo traveler rates are exclusively available online.