Carnival Cruise Line Hosts More Than 200 Teens in the Bahamas

   July 29, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Carnival Cruise Line hosted over 200 local teens on two cruise liners from a summer camp that was sponsored by Royal Bahamas Police Force (Grand Bahama Island).

The visits provided the campers with a glimpse of operations aboard Carnival's ships, Carnival Glory and Carnival Liberty. Participants enjoyed a day full of fun that included a meet and greet with the captain and senior officers, tour of the ship, full-service lunch, games and activities in the teen facility Club O2.

The collaboration is an extension of the ongoing community engagement program of Carnival Corporation for Grand Bahama.

Carnival Glory cruise ship

The Police camp is available to kids from the age of 8 to 17. It involves children from throughout the variety of communities of Grand Bahama, such as East End, Eight Mile Rock, Freeport, High Rock, Sweeting’s Cay, and West End.

The Bahamas is among the most popular destinations for Carnival with the line bringing hundreds of thousands of tourists to the islands per year.

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