BAHAMAS CELEBRATION Test

BAHAMAS CELEBRATION departing Port Everglades in 2009, photo (c) Michael Bennett.

BAHAMAS CELEBRATION departing Port Everglades in 2009, photo (c) Michael Bennett.

BAHAMAS CELEBRATION (ex PRINSESSE RAGNHILD) successfully underwent a maneuverability test at the Port of Palm Beach, Florida three days ago. If the port commissioners approve the contract with Celebration Cruise Lines, the Port of Palm Beach will become BAHAMAS CELEBRATION’s new home, as soon as March 1, offering two-, four- and six-day cruises to Grand Bahama Island. BAHAMAS CELEBRATION has been based at Fort Lauderdale, Florida since March 2009, sailing to The Bahamas. If the move goes ahead, she will be largest passenger ship to dock at the Port of Palm Beach. The port’s channel is narrower than that of Port Everglades. Please visit the illustrated article, BAHAMAS CELEBRATION by Michael Bennett, July 2009.

Martin Cox

Martin Cox

MARTIN COX - Founder and publisher of MaritimeMatters, inspired by maritime culture and technology growing up in the port of Southampton. He works as a photographer in Los Angeles, and his works has been exhibited in LA, San Francisco, New York, London and Iceland.Martin is the co-writer of the book “Hollywood to Honolulu; the story of the Los Angeles Steamship Company” published by the Steam Ship Historical Society of America. The Los Angeles Maritime Museum has commissioned artworks and collected his photographs.
Martin Cox

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