We think your vacation should be as stress-free as possible. The benefits of sailing with us start as soon as you arrive at our exclusive terminal located at the Port of Palm Beach. With convenient at-the door valet parking, at a lower cost than other Florida ports, you will quickly be on your way. One of our parking attendants will meet you as soon as you arrive at the cruise terminal. For $18 a night your vehicle will be safe with fast and efficient service. Payment method accepted are Cash, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
The beautiful Port of Palm Beach terminal and valet parking are just two more things that make your Bahamas Paradise cruise a great vacation choice.
The Port of Palm Beach | 1 East 11th Street | Riviera Beach, FL
North: From I-95 South take Exit 76, Blue Heron Boulevard, and proceed east to US Highway 1 (Broadway). Turn right (heading south) onto U.S. Highway 1. Proceed approximately one mile south and make a left on East 11th Street (located at the north end of the bridge).
South: From I-95 North take Exit 74, 45th Street, and proceed east to US Highway 1 (Broadway). Turn left (heading north) onto US Highway 1. Proceed approximately one mile north over the Skypass Bridge to East 11th Street (located at the north end of the bridge) and turn right.
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(West Palm Beach, FL)—The MV Grand Celebration, owned and operated by Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, will be heading to St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands at the request of FEMA. The chartered ship will have responsibility for housing the National Guard - first responders as they help to rebuild the lives of individuals and create some structure after the devastation left behind by Hurricane Irma.
The humanitarian mission is expected to start with the ship’s arrival in St. Thomas on Saturday, September 23, 2017 and last through the latter half of December. The cruise line will resume normal cruise operations beginning with the cruise on Saturday, December 23, 2017, with 2-night cruises between the Port of Palm Beach and Grand Bahama Island. The ship has 750 cabins and capacity up to 1,900 passengers.
“We will be reaching out to all of our guests and travel partners this week,” explained Oneil Khosa, CEO of the cruise line. “We feel badly about this 90 day disruption but believe the extensive needs of the St. Thomas people to be of greater importance at this time.”
The island of St. Thomas now must be on alert for the path of Maria, which is a category 5 Hurricane.
Individuals who booked directly with the cruise line for cruises through December 21 can contact Bahamas Paradise’s customer service department at 800-374-4363 to review all the options that are available to guests. Direct cruise line customers can receive a full refund or reschedule their cruise with a $100 onboard credit. Other booked guests should contact their travel providers.