Cruise ships transpose the comforts of home to the open sea, where the basement is supposed to be flooded with man-eating sharks. Let the plumber handle it with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $179 for a 2-night Bahamas cruise for two in a Category 5 interior cabin sailing during the week (Sunday through Thursday) (up to a $378 value)
- $199 for a 2-night Bahamas cruise for two in a Category 4 ocean-view cabin sailing during the week (Sunday through Thursday) or a Category 5 interior cabin sailing on the weekend (Friday and Saturday) (up to a $438 value)
- $219 for a 2-night Bahamas cruise for two in a Category 4 ocean-view cabin sailing on the weekend (Friday and Saturday) (up to a $438 value)
Cruises set sail from West Palm Beach and include access to all ship amenities, including a spa, casino, nightclub, and complimentary meals from four restaurants. Click here to view cabin details. Click here to view the itinerary.
Rates fluctuate throughout the year.
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.
74% of 1,829 customers recommend
“We Had a great time, the staff, the ship, the food, the people. we love it please get more groupon's like this”
“It ended up better than I thought it would as we ended up visiting Bimini instead of Freeport.”
“Well originally we were to sail out from west palm beach but for whatever reason it was canceled and had to go with Bimini Express which ended up being very lovely.”