Stepping Up: Blount Small Ship Adventures offering vessels as temporary housing to medical workers

BLOUNT SMALL SHIP Adventures is making available its two vessels, the Grande Mariner, pictured, and the Grande Caribe, as temporary housing for medical personnel on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. / COURTESY BLOUNT SMALL SHIP ADVENTURES
BLOUNT SMALL SHIP Adventures is making available its two vessels, the Grande Mariner, pictured, and the Grande Caribe, as temporary housing for medical personnel on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. / COURTESY BLOUNT SMALL SHIP ADVENTURES
WARREN – Seeing his two cruise vessels at the docks, with the prospects of no passengers on the horizon for the significant future, is already very hard for Blount Small Ship Adventures Vice President Peter Palumbo to ponder. But he watches and reads daily reports on the COVID-19 pandemic and recognizes how grueling the work…

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