BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A cruise ship leaving Baltimore this weekend will stop in The Bahamas to deliver aid to the country hit hard by Hurricane Dorian.
Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Pride ship will leave from Baltimore Sunday carrying extra food, water and supplies. It will stop Freeport, the main city on the Grand Bahama island, before continuing on to Half Moon Cay in The Bahamas and Grand Turk in Turks and Caicos.READ MORE: Baltimore Community Leaders Demand Justice For George Floyd
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Another ship, the Carnival Liberty, will set sail from Port Canaveral, Florida, Monday with supplies for the country.
The Carnival Foundation and others have also pledged to donate $2 million in funding and support for hurricane relief in The Bahamas.MORE NEWS: Despite The Pandemic, Baltimore Arabbers Work To Maintain Legacy, Build Future