Published on : Thursday, September 14, 2017
For Thursday and Friday, the cruise line would be opening its doors to individuals and families who have experienced hardships owing to the storm including damage to their homes and a loss of power, as asserted by the cruise line.
The ship would offer cabin accommodations, on-board services and even meals. Oneil Khosa who is the CEO of this cruise liner mentioned that they were eager to offer their cruise vessel to the local inhabitants for relief at such an emergency situation.
Bahamas Paradise would be charging a modest all-in fee of $39 a person per night for onboard accommodation and all meals.
First responders are being offered free hot meals at no cost.
This cruise line is expected to resume normal operations with the 2-night Bahamas cruise by Saturday afternoon.