The Bahamas and the Caribbean are often compared to a honeymoon destination, but airboat tours in the latter category are becoming more popular.
And now there’s a new tour company taking on the challenge.
Helicopter Tours is offering a tour of the Bahamas and Caribbean islands, which has been on the radar of some tour operators in recent years.
The company announced its new Caribbean airboat cruise on Monday.
The Bahamas is a popular destination for airbouyns, and its popular for the country’s residents to get around by boat.
The island nation boasts a fleet of approximately 3,200 aircraft, and most are designed to fly up to 8,000 passengers at a time.
The country has a strict airworthiness policy, and the country has recently been trying to modernize its fleet.
However, it’s not clear if the new airboat fleet will be able to handle that much traffic.
Airboats are the most popular form of transport in the Caribbean, with an estimated 70 percent of passengers taking the air, according to the Bahamas Tourism Authority.
While the airbuny cruise is not the cheapest option, the cruise line says it can make up for the cost of renting a boat and crew by taking a portion of the revenue.
Airbunys cost $1,500 per person, but some airlines, including Virgin Atlantic, Virgin America and JetBlue, are offering smaller rates.
According to the airline industry website, a flight from New York to Jamaica costs $250 for adults and $200 for children.
Airline passengers are not allowed to bring a dog on board.
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