Carnival Cruise Line, in partnership with the Ministry of Grand Bahama, hosted a Golden Jubilee Breakfast right now to rejoice the fiftieth Independence of The Bahamas. Approximately 100 group members attended the occasion which befell aboard Carnival Legend that’s docked in Freeport and honored current and former parliamentarians of Grand Bahama.
“Carnival offers our heartfelt congratulations to The Bahamas on this milestone anniversary and we are proud to have been operating in the country for the last 50 plus years,” stated Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “We could not think of a better way to celebrate than with the Ministry of Grand Bahama as we work together to bring Carnival’s cruise port destination to life, which will bring millions of visitors to experience the beauty and culture of Grand Bahama.”
Among distinguished leaders current on the celebration had been the Prime Minister of The Bahamas Hon. Philip Davis and the Minister for Grand Bahama Hon. Ginger Moxey. Thirty-five Grand Bahama parliamentarians had been additionally offered with awards to acknowledge their service.
“As we reflect on the 50th anniversary of our independence, I am so excited about the road ahead for Grand Bahama,” stated Minister Moxey. “Working with partners like Carnival, we are rebuilding our economy and bringing new opportunities to our residents. We say a big thank you to Carnival for continuing to be a part of this community, holding this anniversary celebration here in Grand Bahama and bringing a new cruise port to our island.”
The Golden Jubilee Breakfast befell as work continues to advance on the Carnival Grand Bahama cruise port vacation spot. Representing an funding of $200 million, the port vacation spot will supply company a uniquely Bahamian expertise with thrilling options and facilities, together with a one-mile stretch of white-sand seaside, a nature reserve and an inside pool characteristic, in addition to Bahamian-operated retail, meals and beverage choices for Carnival company to get pleasure from.