Bahamas Celebration is a mid-size cruise ship formerly operated by Celebration Cruise Line. Between March 2009 and October 2014 she operated two- and three-day cruises from Port Everglades to the Bahamas In March 2010 she started operating two-day cruises from the Port of Palm Beach. The ship was built in 1981 by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft (HDW) in Kiel, Germany as MS Prinsesse Ragnhild for Jahre Line. In 1990 she was transferred to Color Line. In 1992 she was extensively rebuilt at Astilleros Espaoles in Cadiz, Spain. She was withdrawn from service with Color Line on 6 May 2008 She was irreparably damaged after a collision with a submerged object on October 31, 2014 and replaced by the MS Grand Celebration.
If you’re thinking of cruising, there’s a very good chance you’re considering a Carnival cruise. Growing since our founding in 1972, Carnival Cruise Line — “The World’s Most Popular Cruise Line®” — now carries millions of passengers every year. Our newest ship is Carnival Horizon, which debuted in 2018, while the revamped Carnival Sunrise kicked things off this April. Still to come this year is the new Carnival Panorama… and next year, definitely look for the transformed Carnival Radiance and the game-changing new Mardi Gras.
Carnival Cruise Line is proud to be part of a family of companies owned by Carnival Corporation, which includes sister lines Princess Cruises, Holland America Line and Cunard Line, among others.
Grand Classica (formerly Costa neoClassica and Costa Classica) is a cruise ship for Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line. She was built by Fincantieri Shipyards in 1991. On board are two restaurants, 9 bars, 2 swimming pools, and 4 whirlpools. The ship left the Costa fleet in March 2018 after being sold to Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line and began sailing on April 13, 2018 as the Grand Classica