Seminar at Sea Sails Oct. 12 with Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line
If you can get away at the last minute – and if you don’t have any Thanksgiving plans – then check out the World’s Largest Seminar-at-Sea with Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line.
The cruise line’s leadership team is hosting the special industry event Oct. 12 – 14 aboard the inaugural sailing of Grand Classica from the Port of Palm Beach to Nassau, Bahamas.
Agents can take part for US$129 per person based on double occupancy. Agents are invited to bring a guest. The event includes 2-night cruise for agent and one guest, Saturday welcome reception and Sunday product presentation.
On Sept. 27 Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line resumed commercial operations with the two-night roundtrip sailings out of Palm Beach. With its return to Freeport, the company becomes the first cruise line to bring leisure travelers back to Grand Bahama following the storm.
The cruise line was the first to dock in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island in the wake of Hurricane Dorian in the first days of September, transporting critical humanitarian aid and hundreds of volunteers.
Also last month, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line announced the debut of a second destination, Nassau, with sailings onboard Grand Classica, the cruise line’s second ship, beginning Oct. 12. That’s also the departure earmarked for the seminar at sea.
Agents taking part in the Oct. 12 cruise are required to pay at time of registration and payments are non-refundable. Participants will receive your cruise documents four days prior to sailing via email.
Price is per person, double occupancy for agent and one guest. Guest may be agent or non-agent, however both agent and guest must both be 18 years of age or older, and no third or fourth guests are permitted.
Only bona fide travel professionals who are registered to sell BPCL are eligible to participate. Fare is non-refundable and stateroom assignments at discretion of BPCL, with no upgrades.
Agents are responsible for parking at the pier, shipboard gratuities and all incidental charges, both onboard and shoreside. Agents must also participate in all activities, with a manifest check at entry to all events.
Source: Travelweek Group