Grand Bahama Island sunset with Palm Trees

Posted by: carmel | May 16th, 2022

 

Margaritaville at Sea Sets Sail with Surprise Poolside Jimmy Buffett Concert;

Christening Ceremony Featuring NFL Game Changer & Godfather Shaquem Griffin

Several Hundred Guests Gathered Together on May 12th for Private One-Night Sneak Peek Cruise

Onboard New Margaritaville at Sea Paradise, Followed by First Passenger Sailing May 14th

Palm Beach, Fla. (May 16, 2022) – Margaritaville at Sea, the all-new floating island vacation, made a star-studded debut, welcoming several hundred VIPs, partners, community members and travel advisors for the official christening of its flagship vessel, Margaritaville at Sea Paradise.  The exciting one-night sailing included a traditional christening ceremony and a surprise live concert with singer, songwriter and best-selling

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Posted by: carmel | May 15th, 2022

Palm Beach, Fla. (May 11, 2022)Margaritaville at Sea, the all-new floating island vacation brand, today announced that Shaquem Griffin, the winner of the NFL Game Changer Award as well as the NCAA Inspiration Award, will serve as godfather of its flagship vessel, Margaritaville at Sea Paradise.  Griffin will participate in a traditional christening ceremony during a VIP inaugural sailing on May 12th before the line launches with its first passenger sailing on May 14th from the Port of Palm Beach, Florida to Grand Bahama Island.

“We’re proud to have Shaquem join the Margaritaville at Sea family as godfather of Margaritaville at Sea Paradise,” said Oneil Khosa, chief executive officer of Margaritaville at Sea. “As a passionate philanthropist, Shaquem’s efforts within our local community align with our own commitment to giving back, and he is a true inspiration on every front. We

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Posted by: carmel | March 7th, 2022

THE BAHAMAS RELAXES PROTOCOLS AS COVID-19 CASES DECLINE

Day Five Rapid Antigen Testing No Longer Required for All Travellers

March 03, 2022

NASSAU, Bahamas, 2nd March 2022 — The Government of The Bahamas has relaxed the after-arrival Covid-19 testing mandate due to declining cases and international protocol adjustments. Therefore, effective immediately, The Bahamas no longer requires a post-travel test generally taken on the fifth (5) day after arrival regardless of the individual’s vaccination status.

“The Bahamas remains guided by the science and our health professionals.  It is important to remain fluid and adapt our protocols to reflect a changing environment,” said Acting Prime Minister the Honourable I. Chester Cooper, Bahamas Minister of Tourism, Investments & Aviation.

Visitors are required to follow prescribed

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