PORT OF PALM BEACH, Fla. – (September 21, 2021) – Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, the only provider of two-night cruises to Grand Bahama Island, announced a limited-time offer, “Halloween Sea Nights,” giving travelers a spooky and spellbinding new way to get away. Travelers booking an inside or ocean view cabin and cruising between September 26 and October 30 will enjoy a cruise fare BOGO (book one guest, the second guest cruises free), plus five free drinks per stateroom.
“As a flexible, family-owned cruise line, we are thrilled to be able to offer unique opportunities like this, with the chance to experience the beautiful island of Grand Bahama for less than ever before,” said Francis Riley, the cruise line’s chief commercial officer. “During our Halloween Sea Nights promotion, we look forward to seeing families, couples and friend groups onboard for a thrilling escape to paradise.”
Travelers booking the “Halloween Sea Nights” offer will set sail onboard Grand Classica with a diverse array of onboard dining, recreation, and entertainment options, including an expansive sun deck with a swimming pool, al fresco restaurant and bars, full-service spa, interactive kids’ program, award-winning live entertainment, the popular Par-a-Dice
Casino and upscale steakhouse, Admiral’s Steak & Seafood.
In addition to the “Halloween Sea Nights” sale, the cruise line’s October sailings will feature a host of Halloween happenings onboard, including:
- Pub Crawl: Featuring specialty Halloween drinks and activities at every stop.
- Costume Parade and Contest: Open to all guests wearing Halloween costumes, with prizes for scariest, most original, best couple, sexiest and people’s choice.
- The Darkness Haunted House: Inspired by popular horror films The Conjuring, IT, The Exorcist, and Texas Chainsaw.
With themed food, beverages and trivia, guests will be in for a treat, but not without a few tricks – more spooky surprises await onboard!
In addition, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has implemented rigorous onboard safety protocol to ensure a safe way to getaway. For all sailings through October, guests must be fully vaccinated and capacity is capped at 50%.
“Our focus is to create a safe yet memorable experience onboard,” said Riley. “With our signature short itinerary to the beautiful, expansive and uncrowded beaches of Grand Bahama Island, we believe Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is one of the most enjoyable and safest short vacation experiences available anywhere."