Carnival Passengers Denied Entry into Bermuda

 Carnival Passengers Denied Entry into Bermuda

TNN received documentation that had been given to passengers on Wednesday April 27th, either before or upon arriving in Bermuda, on the Carnival Pride cruise ship was informed by the ship’s hotel director Mark Damme that they were not
granted an authorization to disembark the ship and come ashore to Bermuda.

The passengers was not given a clear explanation as to why exactly this occurred, but a few possible reasons that were listed included incomplete or missing information and incorrect
uploading of required documents.

Mr. Damme informed the passengers that the ship asked for the Government’s immediate intervention and response to the situation. Carnival gave the passengers $40 US in on-board
credit, which they could use wherever they pleased on the ship. However, they were still prohibited from coming off the ship and exploring Bermuda like the other passengers were allowed and even encouraged to do. The cruise ship departed Bermuda late Thursday evening after the one day stop over in Bermuda.

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Trevor Lindsay

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