The Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has launched its newest destination in The Bahamas: Nassau.
Bahamas Paradise, which already relaunched its popular cruises to Grand Bahama last month, has begun operating Nassau cruises out of West Palm Beach.
The company is featuring both traditional two-night cruises and its “cruise and stay” program, which includes stays at Nassau resorts like the Melia Nassau Beach Resort, the SLS Baha Mar and the Comfort Suites on Paradise Island.
“We are excited to introduce our unique Cruise & Stay Program on Nassau, giving travelers the chance to extend their escape at any one of our partner hotels and resorts,” said Oneil Khosa, CEO of Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line. “We have seen tremendous success with this program over the years, and we know that offering the option in Nassau will be a real hit for our guests, as well as benefit Nassau and the Bahamas’ tourism recovery effort.”
The line’s new Nassau cruises include either a two-night cruise with a stop in Nassau or the cruise-and-stay program, which gives travelers the opportunity to stay for as many as six nights in Nassau.
Bahamas Paradise first announced the addition of Nassau as a destination in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.
The company is running the Nassau cruises on its Grand Classica cruise ship.
For more, visit Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line.