Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line (BPCL), known its two-night getaways to Grand Bahama Island, in anticipation of resuming sailing in July, is offering promotions to welcome back travelers, including extending its BOGO deal. It also is introducing the Paradise Premium Package, which gives guests the opportunity to add on amenities worth more than $300 for just $69 per person per day.
The BOGO offer, available through June 28, allows each traveler who books a two-night Bahamas cruise to receive 50 percent off for the second guest and can choose between two perks: a $50 onboard credit or Kids Sail Free. For $69 per person per day, travelers booking a summer sailing can add a drink package, specialty dining, shore excursions, champagne breakfast and more. This Paradise Premium Package, which can be combined with the BOGO offer, gives guests the opportunity to add on a value-packed line-up of amenities worth more than $300, for just $69 per person per day, including one shore excursion, 10 drinks per person, one specialty dinner for two, one champagne breakfast for two, free Wi-Fi for up to two devices
“Travelers 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,” said Francis Riley, BPCL chief commercial officer.
BPCL is features two-night cruise “micro-cations” offering short, close-to-home Bahamas vacations with al fresco dining; full-service spas; interactive kids’ programs; various entertainment options; and the Par-a-Dice Casino. Dining venues onboard include: The Rock Grill, where guests can cook their own meals on hot lava rocks, and Admiral’s Steak & Seafood, featuring dishes like Angus Beef Carpaccio and Peruvian Sea Bass.
This limited-time offer is now available online. BPCL is currently accepting bookings for cruises beginning July 2, 2021. Grand Classica departs from the Port of Palm Beach to Grand Bahama Island beginning July 2.
- By Nancy Radlauer, Editor-in-Chief, editor.InboundMagazine@gmail.com