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Introducing The New FRS Caribbean Route From Miami To Grand Bahama Island

Nov. 9, 2017 – FRS Caribbean announced today the launch of its brand-new service to Freeport, Grand Bahama Island.

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The highspeed craft “San Gwann,” that is currently operating between Miami and Bimini Island, is now adding a second destination directly from Miami to Grand Bahama Island, in just 3 hours. The vessel, offering comfortable seating for 427 passengers, is equipped with bars in both passenger decks, where passengers can enjoy refreshments and snacks during their voyage and a duty-free shop to end a getaway with some mementoes and gifts. Guests can also purchase excursions onboard to enjoy the island, like water activities available from kayak, paddle boarding, jet skiing, snorkeling, and more.

Grand Bahama Island offers a distinct mix of historic appeal and modern attractions. It combines a glamorous vacation at an upscale resort with the charming allure of a small town.

FRS Caribbean is starting their services this Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, letting passengers enjoy a quick, easy and relaxing day trip onboard the HSC “San Gwann” with day trip prices starting at only $69.98 plus taxes and fees.

FRS Caribbean has made its home at Port Miami, Terminal H, where passengers are able to park nearby for the day or overnight. FRS Caribbean’s Call Center is available for reservations and inquiries Monday – Saturday from 9:00am-7:00pm and Sundays from 9:00am-1:00pm.

FRS Caribbean wants to specially thank the Government of the Bahamas for its support, which has been critical in this new venture for FRS to start this new route in this region.

With this new line, FRS Group confirms its commitment in developing the maritime connections between Florida and the Bahamas.

For more information or to make your reservation, please visit www.frs-caribbean.com
Or contact us 1-877-286-7220 / info@frs-caribbean.com.

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