Carnival Cruise Line will resume regular calls to Grand Bahama on Friday (11 October).
Carnival Pride will dock in Freeport, followed by Carnival Elation on Sunday (13 October) and Carnival Freedom on Tuesday (15 October).
The visits mark the start of Carnival’s resumption of regular calls to Grand Bahama following Hurricane Dorian.
Through to the end of the year, Carnival Cruise Line will make 39 calls in Freeport, bringing more than 100,000 passengers to the island.
“Carnival Cruise Line is proud to be such a big year-round supporter for cruise tourism to Freeport so we are very excited to provide our guests the opportunity to again visit this popular destination,” said Terry Thornton, Carnival senior vice-president nautical and port operations.
“Cruise ship visits are important to the local economy and our shore excursion team has been working closely with local tour operators and has confirmed a variety of attractive onshore excursions for our guests.”
Carnival will offer guests more than 15 Grand Bahama shore excursions while they are on the island.
Senator James Kwasi Malik Thompson, minister of state for Grand Bahama, added: “The rebuilding of Grand Bahama has begun. We welcome the return of Carnival Cruise Line back to Grand Bahama after Hurricane Dorian.
“Carnival is an incredible partner for the Bahamas and Grand Bahama.”