Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line eliminates single supplement fees across all sailings in oceanview staterooms. This increases the value for solo cruisers when booking with the short itinerary cruise line.

No More Single Supplement Fees

The cruise line which operates short cruises to the Bahamas out of Port of Palm Beach, Florida is the only one to eliminate single supplement fees for solo guests. This applies for Oceanview staterooms where the single traveler doesn’t have to pay a double occupancy rate.

Rates for the single guest fare starts at $149 and this will be available on all ships and itineraries on bookings any day. This isn’t a one-time special deal or anything like that. You can find more details about the solo rates right here.

Oneil Khosa, CEO of Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, shared:

“With solo travel on the rise, we knew we needed to implement a program for this segment of independent cruisers to make Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line accessible to all.”

“We are thrilled to be able to offer an incredible value to guests of all ages seeking a solo vacation and give them the opportunity to travel at any date of their choosing without having to break the bank.”

For other cruise lines, single cruisers will usually have to pay the double occupancy rate and for cruise lines which don’t offer single cabins, this can be frustrating. Deals to come up from time to time but Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is the first to totally eliminate this fee.

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Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line’s Grand Classica and Grand Celebration offer daily departures from the Port of Palm Beach, making it easy for travelers to schedule an island retreat any time with an itinerary all their own. The cruise line sails to the Bahamas.

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