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Cruise Line Offering Free Volunteer Excursions in the Bahamas

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has not only announced a return of one of their cruise ships to Freeport, Bahamas, but the cruise line is also offering ways for passengers to give a helping hand to those in need on the island.

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Cruisers now have the opportunity to partake in relief efforts on Grand Bahama Island. All you have to do is add a FREE VOLUNTEER EXCURSION to your booking on Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line.

You’ll have the option to help on the ground with supplies distribution, cleanup services, or at a food kitchen. For those who prefer to stay on board the cruise ship, they’ll be assembling family boxes for the Bahamian community over a special cocktail hour. All relief activities are voluntary.

Volunteer excursions can be booked by calling (800) 995-3201.

Cruises that offer these free volunteer excursions are the two night sailings on Grand Celebration out of the Port of Palm Beach.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is currently offering buy one, get the second guest at 50% off on all sailings to Freeport, Bahamas through December 18, 2019 for ocean view staterooms.

All humanitarian relief activities on the cruise line’s cruises are voluntary.

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Cruise NewsCruise Line Offering Free Volunteer Excursions in the Bahamas


  1. How is this newsworthy? Cool, they aren’t charging people to volunteer! I thought it was something like they would give a free cruise and place to stay while you’re volunteering in the reconstruction effort, nope. What a worthless waste of time reading this.

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