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Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line Provides Housing

To National Guard and First Responders in U.S. Virgin Islands

Hurricanes Irma and Maria caused major devastation to islands in the Caribbean, parts of Florida and more. Our hearts go out to all of the individuals, families and communities that have been impacted.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line responded to a request from FEMA for a ship to house the National Guard and first responders as they help to rebuild communities and damaged infrastructure. Our ship, the Grand Celebration arrived in the U.S. Virgin Islands on September 24, for a 90 day period. The ship was originally positioned in St. Croix, but is now stationed in St. Thomas as of October 15.

We are proud to support this humanitarian effort and will update this page as more details of the relief effort unfold. We will resume our normal cruise schedule between the Port of Palm Beach and Grand Bahama Island beginning with the cruise on December 23, 2017.

IN THE NEWS

CRUISE SHIP TO HOUSE FIRST RESPONDERS IN ST. THOMAS THROUGH DECEMBER

Porthole Cruise Magazine

FEMA CHARTERS CRUISE SHIP TO HOUSE NATIONAL GUARD IN ST. THOMAS

USA TODAY

FEMA CHARTERS CRUISE SHIP FOR HURRICANE IRMA RELIEF HOUSING OFF ST. THOMAS

Sun Sentinel

FEMA CHARTERS BAHAMAS PARADISE SHIP FOR USVI HURRICANE RELIEF

Seatrade Cruise News

BAHAMAS PARADISE CRUISE LINE ANSWERS HUMANITARIAN CALL BY FEMA TO PROVIDE HOUSING TO FIRST RESPONDERS IN ST. THOMAS

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