Margaritaville At Sea Is A Surprise Pearl in The Palm Beach County Oyster

Palm Beach County keeps getting better. Those who want to extend their permanent vacation lifestyle but don’t want to schlep to Fort Lauderdale or Miami can now go on a renovated, fun cruise ship for less money than you’d spend on a nice dinner. For a beautiful getaway with friends or family, look no further than The Margaritaville at Sea Paradise, the biggest vacation surprise of the year. This truly is a resort on the water, and prices start at impossible-to-believe ninety-nine dollars. 

Margaritaville At Sea is the cruising experience out of the Port of Palm Beach you’ve been waiting for. Unforgettable memories starting at $99!

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You will immediately feel the Jimmy Buffett vacation vibes with the parrot theme on this adorable cruise ship. When you get on the boat, check out the appropriately named Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant or go to 12 Vote Bar for some “it’s 5:00 somewhere” libation encouragement. Enjoy surprisingly good food and the best dang frozen Mud Slide ever on a 3-day / 2-night off-shore resort experience, sailing from the Port of Palm Beach to Grand Bahama Island.

It’s always 5:00 on Margaritaville At Sea. Enjoy the best frozen Mud Slide ever. Fins up.
State Rep Mike Caruso enjoying the fun Jimmy Buffett theme.

I’ll admit it. I fully expected this experience to be crabby. I went on the ship before the fairy godmother did her magic and turned this pumpkin into a beautiful coach in a fantastic renovation. This trip was spectacular. I’m almost reluctant to let you all know about this hidden gem because it is that good, and I’m afraid I’ll have trouble getting a reservation. The staff is superior. If you’re celebrating an anniversary, birthday, or reunion, they’ll make your trip a memory of a lifetime.

The perfect cruise starts with friends. State Rep Mike Caruso, National Republican Committeeman Peter Feaman, Chief Fun Officer Sally Feaman, Florida Jolt Editor At Large Tracy Caruso

This cruise has everything you’d expect from the more prominent cruise lines. The difference is that this ship is smaller, and the vacation time is shorter. The good news is that this is a weekend if you’re still working. I left Saturday morning and was home and unpacked Monday at 9:00 AM, yet I feel rested and relaxed. 

The staterooms have been beautifully removed. You will sleep like a baby.

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The food choices are surprisingly good. Fins is the main dining room. You can also get food at Cheeseburger in Paradise, the Port of Indecision Buffet, Frank & Lola’s Pizzeria, JWB Prime Steakhouse (for a more upscale experience and priced accordingly), and there’s even in-room food service. That’s a lot of dining choices for a ship that accommodates just one thousand six hundred and eighty passengers. 

The entertainment was spectacular. I met Karen, the entertainment director, and no, she didn’t complain to the manager about anything. What a talent this director is. The shows were as good as any I’ve seen on a ship. The two headliner shows are Caribbean Heat and Radio Margaritaville Live At Sea. The entertainers can sing and dance like you wouldn’t believe. There are musicians in various lounges, such as Keys on the Water Piano Bar and Euphoria. On Sunday, we chose not to go to shore. Instead, we had mudslides by the pool and enjoyed listening to Emmanual from the Philippines, who played live music and somehow managed to sound like an entire band. 

Spectacular entertainment on both nights of your stay.
Radio Margaritaville Live At Sea will make you want to jump out of your seat and sing.

If the entertainment and food aren’t enough, you can spa it up, relax in a hot tub, or play Pickleball. Pickleball has become quite the hot sport, and this ship now has two courts. You can even participate in a tournament. 

State Rep Mike Caruso with Food and Beverage Director Amish.
Florida Jolt Editor At Large Tracy Caruso and Margaritaville At Sea VP of External Affairs Anita Mitchell.

I’ve been on quite a few cruises. I’ve done every cruising level, from family-friendly to partying to the most upscale imaginable. I don’t remember ever being as impressed with the level of service as I was on this one. My towels were always replaced. I never waited for anything. Every staff member had a smile, and they were as warm and friendly as possible. 

I’ll be wasting away in Margaritaville At Sea at least once, maybe twice, before this year ends. Twenty-one thousand people cruised on this ship in July alone, bringing Margaritaville’s impact on Palm Beach County’s economy to over fifty million dollars, and you’ll be happy to know it’s owned by a US corporation. Book your trip here. Fins up. 

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