FREEPORT, Grand Bahama, November 27, 2019 — It was an exciting day for Grand Bahama on Tuesday, November 26, as the island welcomed its first official international flight to the Fixed Based Operators (FBO) at Grand Bahama International Airport since the passing of Hurricane Dorian. Representatives from The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation (BMOTA), Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board, Grand Bahama Airport Company, Bahamas Customs and Immigration, and the Royal Bahamas Police Force all assembled on the tarmac Tuesday afternoon to welcome the inbound Bahamasair Boeing 737 Jet. The capacity flight departed Tri-Cities Regional Airport in Tennessee bringing 138 passengers, all of whom are on the island for the 21st Annual Tabernacle Falcons Thanksgiving Basketball Classic.
The girls’ and boys’ high school basketball teams, along with
When Columbus first visited the islands of The Bahamas, he met a group of people already inhabiting it. They were a peaceful and happy group. Resilient. Living among one another in a harmony that seems to be pretty hard to find in our modern day and age. As hard as it may seem to find this harmonious atmosphere, Taino Beach Resort seems to have taken after their namesake, the Taino People, and channeled that culture through their tropical and mystical property.
When you live in Grand Bahama, you know not to take Hurricanes lightly. You know how easily the things you love and depend on can be taken away leaving nothing in its wake. Many people didn’t know what to expect for our hotels here on Grand Bahama. After the horror that was Hurricane Dorian we didn’t know what we would find after the water had receded and the skies cleared, the proverbial dust had settled. Yet, through the trauma that was
Perfect for Art Aficionados & Novices Alike, the “Ultimate Art Experience at Sea”
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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – November 13, 2019 – Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, the only provider of two-night cruises to Grand Bahama Island and Nassau, and the originator of the unique Cruise & Stay Program, today announced details around its second ArtSea Cruise Experience, one of the largest artistic experiences at sea. Departing from West Palm Beach on November 30 onboard Grand Celebration and visiting Grand Bahama Island, the themed cruise is perfectly timed to the official kick-off of the season of the arts, returning to South Florida just days before Miami Beach’s Art Basel debut. Starting at just $129 per person, ArtSea is an affordable and art-inspired Bahamas getaway.