Thank you goes a long way. I have been travelling the ferry for many years, and I am thankful for not only their service to the islands, but also their generosity and support of the local fundraisers.
The Abaco Tourist Office is happy to announce that two (2) of the three (3) finalists from Abaco, were successful in capturing the prestigious Cacique Award, at the 16th Cacique Awards held on Saturday, January 24th at the Melia Resort, Nassau Bahamas. Albury’s Ferry captured the Transportation Award and Cherokee Aviation the Local Airlines and Tour Operators Award, not successful was Candace Key who was a finalist for Sustainable Tourism.
Abaco Pathfinders was formed in 2001 and has generously awarded many Bahamian youths with a college education. Abaco Pathfinders‘ goal is to provide funds to enable deserving students from Abaco to continue their education after high school.
The introduction of an inter-cay schedule along with the opening of the Peggy Thompson Welcome Center in Hope Town marked the fifty-fifth anniversary of Albury’s Ferry Service on February 18.
On Feb. 9, students enrolled in the Bahamas Maritime Cadet Corps (BMCC) accompanied Glender Knowles, BMCC coordinator, for a field trip aboard the Duke of Topsail and Albury’s Ferry.