Celebration Cruise Line

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Celebration Cruise Line
Type Subsidiary
Industry Transportation
Founded 2008
Headquarters Riviera Beach, Florida, USA
Products Cruises
Parent Celebration Cruise Holdings
Website BahamaShips.com

Celebration Cruise Line is a small cruise line with one ship, the MS Bahamas Celebration, that operates 2 day voyages out of Port of Palm Beach to Grand Bahama Island. The company was founded sometime in late 2008, and began operations on March 9, 2009. The company moved the ship's operations from Port Everglades to the Port of Palm Beach in March 2010.

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The cruise line began operation in March 2009 with one ship, MS Bahamas Celebration. Bahamas Celebration was formerly a cruise ferry, built in 1981, but was converted to a cruise ship in 2008. It is the only cruise ship currently owned by the cruise line. In 2010, Celebration Cruise Line announced it would be moving to the Port of Palm Beach due to being overshadowed by larger cruise lines at Port Everglades. The Port of Palm Beach has a passenger terminal that was built to accommodate smaller cruise ships. As of March 15, 2010, they no longer sail to Nassau, Bahamas. Their two-night cruises now depart every other day at 6:00 pm. to Freeport, Bahamas. The ship is available for cruises to be purchased directly from Celebration Cruise Lines.

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