More than 200 Bahamians whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Dorian have come to Florida on a cruise ship.
It was the second mass arrival for the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line. More than 850 Bahamian evacuees arrived Sept. 7 after the storm ravaged the islands of Grand Bahama and Abaco.
The Bahamians who arrived Wednesday from Freeport say they will temporarily stay with relatives or friends before traveling back.
The Grand Celebration ship delivered food, water, supplies and construction materials in Freeport. It required evacuees to pay $49 per person and provide a U.S. address.