A cruise line says it will pay for first responders’ Bahamas excursion.
As part of its “Heroes Sail Free” program, Margaritaville at Sea is making complimentary cruises available to veterans who have served their nation with distinction.
According to a press release, active-duty military, police officers, firemen, and teachers are eligible for a free Bahamas holiday.
The cruise company announced a three-day, two-night vacation onboard the Margaritaville at Sea Paradise from Palm Beach to Freeport, Bahamas.
The company takes pride in the fact that its flagship vessel provides passengers with a diverse selection of gourmet food, drinks, and spa services.
“We wanted to give these frontline warriors a chance to take off their boots and work shoes and relax,”
Said Kevin Sheehan, Jr., CEO of Margaritaville at Sea. “These frontline heroes are the reason we are able to do what we do,” he added.
In order to put together this cruise package, Margaritaville at Sea collaborated with GovX.com, the most prominent online marketplace serving the government and military sectors.
According to the cruise line, the discount will be available until December 29, 2023 at the earliest.