For centuries, pleasuremongers have enhanced the flavors of smoked meats and cheeses by feasting atop the high tides of their waterbeds. Today's Groupon elegantly merges seafaring and supping proclivities: for $299, you get a two-night cruise from Palm Beach to the Bahamas in a category-4, ocean-view, double-occupancy cabin––plus meals––from Celebration Cruise Line, with $55 tax and port fees included for both passengers (up to a $689 value).
A mobile bastion of relaxation and entertainment, Celebration Cruise Line coasts through serene Caribbean waters, providing seafarers with adult and children's amusements, gorgeous views, and complimentary meals at four distinct restaurants. Spend two nights inside a category-4 ocean-view cabin, which is a 144-square-foot room equipped with a flat-screen TV and water vistas. Cruise hounds also get access to the luxury spa, Las Vegas–style casino, and vibrant nightclub teeming with boogying, martini-swilling crustaceans. Once in the Bahamas, guests can opt to purchase additional excursions, such as spending a full day at Our Lucaya Beach & Golf Resort, a 372-acre complex of pools, eateries, and beaches caressed by warm, crystalline waters.
Check out Celebration Cruise Line's website for more information. To reserve your double room, have both Groupon numbers ready when you call, or be ready to make an additional reservation.
- Everyone on the ship was so polite and helpful. My first luxury was to treat myself to a foot and ankle massage in the spa, which was wonderful. They offer many services, even hair cutting, foiling and makeup application. – sugar ann, Cruise Critic
- I enjoyed every meal I ate. – nyjets6, Cruise Critic
Celebration Cruise Line
Every other day of the week, a Celebration Cruise Line ship cuts through the sparkling turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, bound for Grand Bahama Island. The company's two-night Bahamas cruises include cozy accommodations in interior or ocean-view rooms, which feature panoramic vistas of blue skies, lapping waves, and the occasional ocean water-polo tournament.
On board, there are numerous amenities that are both kid-friendly or adults-only, including a top-deck pool with tiki bars, full-service spa, Las Vegas-style casino, and live entertainment. Four restaurants are onsite, including elegant five-course dining and casual Italian. After the ship docks in Grand Bahama Island, customers can purchase additional excursions, such as a glass-bottom-boat tour, a snorkel adventure, or a dolphin swim.