Opportunities for existing qualified Bahamian businesses will be available throughout each of the three phases of this new port project.  Project phases are divided as follow: pre-construction, construction and operations.

During the pre-construction and construction phases, we will work with businesses in a variety of fields including, but not limited to:

  • Architecture
  • Design
  • Permitting
  • Landscaping
  • Road Works
  • Electrical Works
  • Other Fields...

Grand Port will also provide new business opportunities with a focus to highlight Bahamian Culture.  These will be  the main opportunities available during the operations stage.  Areas where we will highlight local culture include:

  • Food & Beverage Operations
  • Retail
  • Shore Excursions

Some business opportunities during the operations phase will only be available once construction is completed and the port is open.

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Employment opportunities will be available to the Grand Bahama community throughout each of the three phases of the project: pre-construction, construction and operations

The opportunities that will become available during the pre-construction and construction phases of the project include but are not limited to:

  • Road construction
  • Utility connections
  • Ground and civil works onsite
  • Maritime and landside labor work


During the operational phase, opportunities for employment will exist
in the following sectors:

  • Accounting / finance
  • Recreation
  • Health, environment, safety, and sustainability
  • Security, maintenance, and IT
  • Administrative management
  • Lifeguarding
  • Retail
  • Food and beverage operations
  • Shore Excursions
  • Ground Transportation
  • Tour Operations and tour guiding

Employment opportunities during the operations phase will only be available once construction is completed and the port is open. 

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Carnival is committed to developing the Grand Port in a sustainable and responsible manner, meeting or exceeding all applicable environmental standards while preserving a 100-acre wetland conservation area and a 55-acre nature path. For more information click here to view The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Management Plan (EMP)