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Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line Announces Incentives for New 2021 Group Bookings

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line Announces Incentives for New 2021 Group Bookings

Deposits Waived on New Group Bookings Made by October 1st;  

Up to 20 Percent Commission Available




WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. –  August 10, 2020 Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line today announced incentives for travel advisors who book new 2021 group sailings to Grand Bahama Island or Nassau. Advisors can offer their clients a getaway to familiar, uncrowded destinations that are close to home, receiving up to 20 percent commission and no initial deposit required on bookings made by October 1, 2020. With these special incentives, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is underscoring its support of its travel advisor partners.


“We pride ourselves on continually offering travel advisors new incentives for partnering with us, especially during difficult times when we need each other most,” said Francis Riley, senior vice president, sales, and marketing, of Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line. “Booking groups can be a complex process, and we wanted not only to provide perks for advisors but also their clients, making traveling with us easier and more affordable than ever.”


Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line’s spacious ships, fine dining options, award-winning nightly entertainment, late-night comedy shows, Dancing Martian glow parties, and more are a perfect match for those who are new-to-cruise, planning groups or corporate events, or just seeking a sun-soaked getaway.  Cruisers have access to full-service spas, interactive kids’ programs, and the popular Par-a-Dice Casino, which features favorite table games and spin-to-win slot machines. Whether sailing to Grand Bahama Island or Nassau, adventure awaits travelers, who can choose to discover secret snorkel spots, experience the world’s largest underwater cave systems, uncover the magic of Atlantis, swim with the dolphins at Dolphin Cay, or enjoy on-land activities – including shopping, yachting, and fishing tours.


The only cruise line that departs from the Port of Palm Beach and the first to receive a “green” status from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has implemented a variety of new initiatives to ensure the health and safety of all onboard and ashore. The safety measures encompass protocols for guest accommodations, common areas, recreational facilities, and food hygiene onboard – ensuring that travelers can enjoy their getaway to paradise worry-free. A few specific measures include closing two-passenger stateroom decks to reduce crowds, limiting the number of in-use staterooms, and reducing onboard capacity by 40 percent, as well as requiring guests to social distance from valet parking to terminal check-in.


Travel advisors who wish to take advantage of the new perks unveiled today and grow their group business can start by choosing a date at, calling the Global Trade Desk to book space, and visiting to download customizable promotional flyers.


For more information on the cruise line or to book a 2021 group cruise, travel advisors can call the company’s Global Trade Desk at 800-995-3143, email [email protected] or For full details on Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line’s improved health and safety measures, please visit Stay up-to-date on the latest news by following the cruise line on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.





Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, the ultimate Bahamas getaway, is the only provider of two-night cruises to Grand Bahama Island and Nassau, and the originator of the unique Cruise & Stay program, letting travelers extend their Bahamas adventure with a distinctive resort stay. Recently named Best Short Cruise byPorthole Cruise Magazine’s 2020 Editor-in-Chief Awards, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line sets sail daily from West Palm Beach and operates two ships, Grand Celebration and Grand Classica – which earned Cruise Critic’s 2019 Cruisers’ Choice Award for Best Entertainment. The company is majority-owned by the family of former Norwegian Cruise Line President and CEO Kevin Sheehan.