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Water Sewerage cuts Bahamas Ferries phone lines
December 10, 2010
Water & Sewerage cuts Bahamas Ferries phone lines

Bahamas Ferries, the inter-island transportation company, yesterday expressed its "annoyance and frustration" after being left without any telecommunications services during what is one of its busiest periods, after the Water & Sewerage Corporation accidentally cut through the main T1 cable connecting Potter's Cay on Saturday.

Khaalis Rolle, Bahamas Ferries' chief marketing officer, told Tribune Business that the severance of the phone cable, which happened as the Water & Sewerage Corporation carried out maintenance work at the eastern edge of the Paradise Island 'off' bridge on East Bay Street, had left the company wit ...

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June 22, 2011
Ferries: 35-40 fuelcost rise 'murderous'

Bahamas Ferries yesterday said it had introduced a $3 per ticket surcharge due to a "murderous" 35-40 per cent year-over-year increase in fuel costs, a senior executive warning that commodities "have the potential to drive us back" towards recession.

Khaalis Rolle, the inter-island ferry transportation provider's chief marketing officer, told Tribune Business: "We just last week introduced a fuel surcharge. Fuel is killing is; it's murdering us.

"The only way we are able to survive is if we introduce the fuel surcharge of $3 per ticket, which is not much when you factor in what it is. We are spending, in terms of fuel ...

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Bahamas Ferries continues support of Bahamas Children's Emergency Hostel with 10,000 donation
September 25, 2014
Bahamas Ferries continues support of Bahamas Children's Emergency Hostel with $10,000 donation

In a move to advance its ongoing community service efforts, Bahamas Ferries recently made a generous donation of $10,000 to The Bahamas Children's Emergency Hostel. The monetary donation...

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Bimini transportation operators concerned
July 03, 2013
Bimini transportation operators concerned

A group of taxi, ferry, and golf cart operators in Bimini fear that the formation of a new transportation company will cut into their businesses and are calling on the government to offer them some sort of protection.

On Friday Prime Minister Perry Christie announced the formation of the Bahamas Hotel Corporation Tourism Services (Bimini) Ltd. by the Hotel Corporation to operate Resorts World Bimini Bay transportation and water sports activities...

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More Jobs and Investments Heralded For Bimini
September 23, 2014
More Jobs and Investments Heralded For Bimini

Resorts World Bimini Resort has seen a 30 percent increase in occupancy since its opening and is currently constructing a new 300-room hotel...

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Balearia Ferry To Hit Bimini In Nov.
October 16, 2012
Balearia Ferry To Hit Bimini In Nov.

A new direct ferry service to Bimini is scheduled to begin next month, a move that is expected to dramatically boost the number of U.S. visitors to that island.

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September 05, 2013
Bimini businesses upbeat about ferry impact

As thousands continue to flock to Bimini via the Resorts World Bimini SuperFast ferry, several business have reported that the island is "booming" as a result, Guardian Business understands.

Big John's Restaurant and Bar, located in Alice Town, is just one of those businesses that have seen a spike in profits since the cruise ship started servicing the island, according to its co-owner Kiko Llama...

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Bahamas Ferries wants to open Farmerís Market
July 26, 2010

Harvesting a $60 million slice of the domestic food market is the aim of a new venture being developed by Bahamas Ferries designed to foster the growth of Family Island farmers.

The company has been in talks with around 10 of the islands' major food producers, particularly in Eleuthera and Andros, and is to meet with the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) over its plans to create a dedicated farmers market at its site at Potter's Cay.

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