Sunday August 9th 2009 is a day that Grand Bahama Island, The Bahamas and the Universe will always remember. It was certainly one of the most exciting days o…
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Authorities in Pembroke Pines Florida are reporting that two American men where charged Tuesday with the murders of Michael Knowles and Dino Reid both of Gra…
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Freeport, Grand Bahama Island – On September 4th, 2009 Ross University Bahamas commenced its third semester since officially opening in January 2009. New students were greeted with breakfast and a full day of on site orientation, where they learn about all aspects of their academic and island life including the Ross hurricane preparedness plan while in Grand Bahama. Faculty and administration were introduced to the students. Members of the Grand Bahama Health Services and doctors from the Rand Hospital who are participating in the Clinical Education Program with Ross were also introduced. Dr. Frank Bartlett, Chief Medical Officer, Rand Memorial Hospital was on hand to speak directly to the students and introduce his team. Ross University operates three semesters a year which begin in January, May and September. In between semesters the students have a short 10-day to two-week break, and often this time is spent moving to their next Ross University academic location which could be either Dominica, West Indies; Miami, USA; Freeport, Bahamas; or Saganaw, Michigan, USA. In this video you will hear from Executive Administrator of the Grand Bahama academic facility, Dr. Anthony Munroe; Dr. Frank Bartlett, Chief Medical Officer, Rand Memorial Hospital; Dr. Michael Robinson, Assistant Dean, Curricular & Faculty Affairs; Sharon Williams, Administrator, GB Health Services; Dr. Augustine Ohueyi, Rand Hospital; Dr. Gerhard Klassen, Rand Hospital; as well as words from some of the new …
Question by ♥Nubian♥: Norwegian Gem Mar 21, 2009 7-Day Bahamas & Florida Round-trip New York?
Anyone else going sign the Roll Call @ CruiseCritic.com
7-Day Bahamas & Florida Round-trip New York
Embarkation:Mar 21, 2009
Disembarkation:Mar 28, 2009
Embarkation port:New York City
Ports of call: New York City; Orlando (Port Canaveral); Great Stirrup Cay; Nassau; Grand Bahama Island
Answer by Ben Dover
No, not going. I had a really bad experience with NCL, and I’m never cruising with them again.
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