Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line - Grand Celebration

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Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line - Grand Celebration

Highlights / General details
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is the exclusive cruise line of the Palm Beaches, with a 2-night cruise to Grand Bahama Island from the Port of Palm Beach. Enjoy delicious dining and amazing live entertainment. Try your luck in the casino or a relaxing spa treatment. There is something for everyone and with year around sailings, the perfect time is anytime.

Ship Facts
Ship's Registry: Bahamas; 1900 Passenger Capacity; 9 Passenger Decks; 750 total staterooms; 5 Restaurants; 5 Bars and Lounges; Indulgence Spa & Salon; On-Board Shops; 2 Adult Pools and 1 Kid's Pool; Kid's club; Paradice Casino.

Inclusion
Cruise ticket; Interior or Ocean View double occupancy cabin; Government taxes and service fees.

Exclusion
Cruise fare DOES NOT include gratuities, shore excursions, bar beverages, soft drinks, phone calls, photographs, parking and any other items of a personal nature.

Hours of operation
The vessel departs every other day at 5:30pm with check-in required by 4:00pm. Passengers may check-in starting at 11:00am and board as early as noon.

Duration
3 days / 2 nights.

Location
Port of Palm Beach, Florida is located at One East 11th Street, Riviera Beach, FL 33404.

Itinerary

Day 1: PORT OF PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.

Day 2: GRAND BAHAMAS ISLAND.

Day 3: PORT OF PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.

Additional Information
Interior Cabin: Category 6, 7 or 8, located on Decks 4-7, 172 Sq. Ft.
Ocean View Cabin: Category 5, located on Decks 4-5, 181 Sq. Ft.
A $12.95 gratuity per person, per day is added to passenger onboard account. Amount may change without notice.
Cruise Terminal Infrastructure fee ($1 per cruise passenger) and Fuel surcharge (up to $12 per person per day) is not included in the rate and will be charged on passenger onboard account.
Valet parking is $19.00 per vehicle per day. This rate is subject to change in accordance with the Port Authority.

Participant restrictions
Women who will be entering their 24th week of pregnancy (or are further along) at any time during their cruise will not be permitted to board.
Six months old is the minimum age requirement for sailing in light of the capabilities of our onboard medical facilities to handle neo-natal/pediatric medical issues.
In order to board the Grand Celebration guests under the age of 18 must have an adult who is 18 or older in the same stateroom. A minor consent form must be signed and kept on file prior to sailing.
There is an age (50-years)/weight (200 lbs.) limit, as well as restriction for any person having a medical condition, for the berthing in an upper bunk. Passengers exceeding the age limitation or those with medical conditions will be required to sign a release prior to confirming a reservation. Those over 200 lbs. will not be permitted in an upper berth and should it be necessary to change their cabin, there may be applicable fees.
Passengers who are mobility-impaired or disabled cannot travel without a “Fit for Travel” from their physician. Passengers who request a handicapped accessible cabin must produce a “Fit for Travel” indicating their condition.
Passengers who are bringing a wheelchair on their cruise must be advised that their wheelchair should be no more than 35” wide and collapsible.
Electric Scooters may be used on the vessel. Special adapters may be required to recharge the scooter onboard. Passengers must contact the Information Desk onboard for assistance.
Passengers requiring a wheelchair on or off the vessel may rent one once they are onboard the vessel; Paradise Cruise Line Operator, Ltd. cannot guarantee to have available wheelchairs for passenger use.

Policies
Cancellation: 30 days prior 50% penalty. No show 100% penalty.
Rates are per person based on double occupancy and determined by the cabin category.
Booking must be for 2 passengers only. Single, Triple and Quad occupancy bookings are not permitted.
Cabin assignments are made at the discretion of Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line based on the purchase of inside or outside cabins.
Passenger information (dates of birth, citizenship, home address, home phone number, gender, passport numbers, place of issue and expiration dates, etc.) must be given at the time of booking for each passenger.
Passengers MUST have required documentation as specified by the United States Department of Homeland Security. U.S. Citizens must provide proof of citizenship with a valid U.S. Passport or an original government issued birth certificate with a raised seal and a government issued picture ID such as a driver’s license.
It is the passengers’ responsibility to determine what documentation is necessary to travel to the Bahamas and return to the U.S.
*Clients without proper documentation will be denied boarding. No refunds will be issued for passengers who are denied boarding due to lack of or unacceptable documentation.*
Tickets will be issued upon passenger check-in at the pier.
Luggage policy: Each guest is permitted to bring two pieces of complimentary standard luggage, not to exceed 50 pounds each.
Prohibited: Alcoholic beverages, pets, dangerous or illegal items such as weapons, explosives, combustible substances or non-prescription controlled substances may not be brought onboard the ship. Any such items shall be surrendered to security at embarkation and may be disposed of at the sole discretion of the cruise line. All luggage hand carried or checked is subject to search.
Passengers with special needs or medical conditions must make this known at the time of booking.
Any special food requests (i.e. Kosher meals, Vegan, Gluten Free, etc.) must be made at the time of booking. Additional
fees may apply.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.

**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**

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