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In 2019 Phat Saturday Cypha Saturday took to the mic to bring awareness to the conditions of #GrandBahama and #Abaco after #HurricaneDorian, a historic Category 5 hurricane that touchdown September 1, 2019 sitting over Abaco for almost 48 hours moving at 2miles an hour with winds at 185mph spanning almost 280 miles.
36 Months Later, we reissue this video because we are till rebuilding and trying to recover from the impact #COVID19 had on the Bahamian economy. As Ambassadors for culture we invite you to book a trip to the Bahamas this holiday season. Visit https://carnivalconcierge.online/ for events, booking and more
A tribute to the survivors of Hurricane Dorian and a nation impacted by its aftermath. While the official number of death has yet to be released thousands lost their lives, leaving countless children without families and homes. Two islands are lost to mother natures wrath. Artists throughout the Caribbean show their love and support in an emotional outpour of lyrics big up LANO THE SAGE, DANIEL CHARLES, ASHER SIMMONS, DEE BOII, AFRICA ALLAH, BRAM NYNE, JOE BLACKS, NAHKAZ, CHEZIDECK, CEE KAI, PHILANDRU, D.I.V.A. host Reality of 100 Jamz (Radio Bahamas).
Hurricane Dorian Facts
On Sunday, September 1, 2019, Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the Northwestern Bahamas impacting Abaco and Grand Bahamas as a Category 5 Hurricane. This devastation caused many to lose their beloved home. Many are displaced and in need of basic necessities. Dorian was a category 5 hurricane, the strongest recorded hurricane in the Bahamas’ history, with wind speeds of 185 mph and storm surges of up to 23 feet. It is regarded as the worst natural disaster in the country’s history. It was the fourth named storm, second hurricane, and the first major hurricane of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season. Relief Efforts There are many organizations accepting emergency relief supplies & monetary efforts. Please consider donating.
For Monetary Donations:
Bahamas Red Cross Society: https://bahamasredcross.org
After weathering the storm there are still 697 islands in the Bahamas to explore. Book a trip today and explore the beauty of the Bahamas. Our biggest cultural festivals and tourism products are Junkanoo (winter) Dec. 26 & Dec. 31 as well as, Bahamas Carnival (Spring) May 1-3, 2020. For more Today Carnival Concierge. Let us assist you with planning an experience that will last a lifetime.