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Bahamas Summer Boating Flings Now in Full Gear Famed NFL Player D. J. Swearinger Participated in Fling to Bimini, Accompanied by Boating Fans

BIMINI, Bahamas – The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation’s (BMOTA) Summer Boating Flings to The Bahamas are in full gear.  Every weekend from June 10 through August 1, novice and experienced boaters take to the seas, crossing the Gulf Stream to either Grand Bahama or Bimini to experience an adventure of a lifetime, ranging from customized receptions and snorkeling to authentic, culturally-immersed activities. 

Pictured during the recent boating fling to Bimini are, from left to right, Ahmad Williams, BMOTA;  NFL Player, D.J. Swearinger;  Captain Richard Treco, BMOTA and Jonathan Lord, BMOTA.

Frontier Airlines Makes Inaugural Flight to The Bahamas

Celebrating its inaugural flight to The Bahamas last month, the Denver-headquartered Frontier Airlines added this major leg to its growing Caribbean routes. The Miami-Nassau nonstop flight is an important market for Bahamas tourism, and may prove to be a lucrative addition for the low-cost airline.

St. Lucia Welcomes Return of Cruise Lines

CASTRIES, St. Lucia – St. Lucia tourism officials Friday said the return of the cruise liner, Celebrity Millennium, to the island on Tuesday sets the tone for the gradual reintroduction of cruise tourism here since the closure due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Dominica Names Low-Risk Caribbean Countries

ROSEAU, Dominica – The Dominica government has named four Caribbean islands whose nationals will not be required to go into quarantine as it also announced that there will be no mandatory quarantine for fully vaccinated travelers to the island who have been medically cleared.

Dr. Irvine McIntyre

Flights Between Dominican Republic and Canada to Resume in November

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic – The head of the Civil Aviation Board (JAC) in the Dominican Republic, José Marte Pintiani says that commercial and cargo flights between this Spanish speaking nation and Canada, will be reactivated in November with the operation of 148 charter flights for tourists and freight.

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