Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has received a green light from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to run a test cruise, the company said.
The closed-group, simulated sailing will include a full evaluation of the company’s cleanliness and safety protocols.
A small, private group of pre-selected, fully-vaccinated passengers will join a group of vaccinated crew members on board rate company’s Grand Classica ship.
The company has announced plans to resume sailing July 2 and is currently accepting reservations.
“The family owned and operated boutique cruise line anticipates earning CDC approval to cruise on the July 2nd date following this month’s simulated sailing,” the company said.