USA, the Grand Classica will be the first cruise ship to resume operation


Miami – Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, operator of short cruises between Florida and the Bahamas, is the first US-based cruise line to announce a date for resuming cruises. The company had previously set dates for a return to service, but its decision clashed with a ban imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Now the company has announced that it will resume navigation on 18 December 2020 for its first cruise.

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According to CEO Oneil Khosa , the company will resume cruises to Freeport on Grand Bahama Island with two-night cruises departing from West Palm Beach , Florida.


The ship used will be the Grand Classica , the larger of the company’s two cruise ships. Khosa explained that the goal is to resume service with destination Nassau, in the Bahamas, at a later time. 



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