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Doing Good in Hamilton

Thanks to Prinsendam’s human resources manager Angel George for sharing with us the accomplishments garnered by his team’s charitable efforts on their Grand Mediterranean Voyage.

When arriving at our port of call in Hamilton, Bermuda, on May 14, the Prinsendam crew under the direction of Culinary Art Center Host Annette Gonzalez had the privilege of visiting Tomorrow’s Voices, Bermuda’s autism intervention center. During her visit, Annette and Cruise Director Gene Young had the pleasure of touring the school, meeting the staff and children and presenting the proceeds of the onboard silent auction to Co-founder Ms. Thea Furbert.


Prinsendam’s Annette Gonzalez, right, along with a local volunteer, plays with a child at Hamilton, Bermuda–based Tomorrow’s Voices, the island’s autism intervention center.

Annette and her team of volunteers had arranged fundraising activities during the Grand Mediterranean Voyage with guests and crew. The Prinsendam crew was successful in raising $4,000, which was donated to the school for curriculum resources, supplies and various related treatments for autistic students ages two to 25.


Volunteers from Prinsendam’s crew stand among children at Bermuda’s Tomorrow’s Voices.

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