Celebrating their return to Grand Bahama Island sailing, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has announced a limited-time offer, “Halloween Sea Nights,” giving travelers a spooky and spellbinding new way to get away. Travelers booking an inside or ocean view cabin and cruising between September 26 and October 30 will enjoy a cruise fare BOGO (book one guest, the second guest cruises free), plus five free drinks per stateroom.
In addition to the “Halloween Sea Nights” sale, the cruise line’s October sailings will featurea host of Halloween happenings onboard, including:
Pub Crawl: Featuring specialty Halloween drinks and activities at every stop.
Costume Parade and Contest: Open to all guests wearing Halloween costumes, with prizes for scariest, most original, best couple, sexiest, and people’s choice.
UNEXSO ANNOUNCES NEW GLASS BOTTOM BOAT TRIP TO SHARK JUNCTION
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas… August 16, 2021 – The Underwater Explorer’s Society (UNEXSO), Grand Bahama’s premier diving and aquatic encounter tour operator is excited to announce the commencement of its newest excursion, the Glass Bottom Boat to Shark Junction Tour. The new offering is ideal for the more adventurous and thrill-seeking traveler, yet safe enough for even the littlest traveler.
The 90-minute tour, departing from and returning to UNEXSO in Port Lucaya, begins with a standard guest check-in and boarding process onto the 56’ foot glass-bottom vessel. Upon departure, the host gives a short safety briefing, along with an entertaining educational overview, encompassing interesting facts about the resident marine life. As the glass bottom boat veers deeper into the azure blue
The Grand Bahama Island Tourism/Promotion Board Sponsors New Signature Offshore Fishing Event
FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA– The inaugural BattleGround Bahamas Yellowfin Tuna Fishing Tournament took place June 24-26, 2021, at the Grand Bahama Yacht Club.
The two-day tournament attracted 16 participating teams, including four international entrants. Alex Saunders, Tournament Director said, “The tournament was a good way to put Freeport back on the map and to make sure that everyone remembers us”.
Saunders added that “Although only four American boats entered, this is one of the most Bahamian/American mixed tournaments that has happened in the recent history of GB”.
One of the main goals of the tournament was to bring together members of the offshore fishing community by promoting comradery through competition and based on the feedback of