Day 1 – Embark at Port of Palm Beach
- Check-in begins 11:00 AM
- Boarding 12:00 - 4:00 PM
- Departure is at 5:30 PM
Day 2 – Grand Bahama Island
- Arrival at port 7:00 AM | Back on board by 4:30 PM
Day 3 – Disembark at Port of Palm Beach
- Arrival at port 7:00 AM | Disembark 8:00 – 10:30 AM
Traveling with minors
When minors (17 and under) are not traveling with either of their parents, you must bring an original notarized signed letter from the absent parent/legal guardian authorizing the minor to travel. The minor consent form can be found here.
Parking & Directions
Parking at the port is fast and efficient with our valet service, provided by the Port of Palm Beach.
One of our parking attendants will meet you as soon as you arrive to the terminal. Valet parking
is available for only $19 per night. Learn more on our
Parking & Directions page.
Each guest is permitted to bring two pieces of complimentary luggage, not to exceed 50 pounds per
piece. For excess and overweight luggage, a $25 fee per bag will be automatically charged to
your onboard account. All luggage must be stored in the passenger's stateroom.
U.S. Citizens: All U.S. citizens must have valid proof of citizenship. While a passport is
highly recommended, passengers can travel with an original birth certificate issued by a U.S.
government agency (not from a hospital) and a valid government issued photo ID, in place of passport.
Passport cards and enhanced driver’s licenses are also acceptable forms of documentation.
Children ages 15 and under only require a birth certificate as noted above. Children ages 16 and
over must carry a government-issued picture ID such as a state ID or provincial driver's license
and an original birth certificate issued by a U.S. government agency.
Passengers from Puerto Rico must have a valid U.S. passport or a valid government-issued photo ID
along with an original issued birth certificate. Birth certificates issued prior to July 1, 2010
are not accepted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
U.S. Citizens born outside of the U.S.: Will require a valid U.S. passport for travel or
an original naturalization certificate along with a valid government issued
U.S. Permanent Residents: Will require a valid Permanent Resident card, also known as a Green
Card, with a valid government-issued photo ID or a valid passport from their country of citizenship.
Please note some permanent residents (e.g. Haitian citizens) must carry a valid passport along with
a valid Permanent Resident card. Please contact the Bahamian Consulate or U.S. immigration for
Non-U.S. Citizens or Residents: A valid Passport, Multiple Entry Visa, or Resident Alien Card
is required for re-entry to the United States. Please contact U.S. Customs or the Bahamian Consulate
for any additional required documentation. Guests from other countries must possess a valid passport
and should check with their travel agent or appropriate consulate to determine other necessary