Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line Ship Grand Classic is on his way back from New Orleans to Florida after completing a nearly month-long charter to help with hurricane relief efforts.
Since September 6, Grand Classic was docked at the Port of New Orleans, home to more than 600 workers as they worked to restore power to the area in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, which made landfall there on August 29.
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line President Kevin Sheehan Jr. said, “We are proud to have been able to help facilitate relief for the thousands of Hurricane Ida victims who were left without power and resources, as well as our charter client, Entergy. We appreciate the support and understanding of our customers during this time and look forward to welcoming guests back on board this Sunday as we resume our commercial voyages to the island of Grand Bahama. “
Currently, Bahamas Paradise operates only one vessel, which is homeported in the Port of Palm Beach, Florida. The ship operates two-night, three-day trips year round from Palm Beach to Freeport on Grand Bahama Island.
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Passengers have the option of treating short getaways as regular cruises with Freeport as the daytime port of call, or they can book the line’s “Cruise & Stay” package which includes a stay at a resort once the ship reaches them. Bahamas.
Those who book a Cruise & Stay package then take one of the ship’s next cruises to Florida.
The ship’s amenities and features include a full-service spa, casino, pool deck, live entertainment, and several dining options including Admiral’s Steak & Seafood steakhouse.
The ship is expected to resume regular passenger operations on Sunday, September 26.
The cruise line is currently running a BOGO deal for cruises this Sunday through October 30, which you can find out more about here.