Dominica one year after Hurricane Maria


A Carnival ship, berthed at the Roseau Cruise Terminal in Dominica. Carnival is one of several cruise lines planning calls to Dominica in 2018 and 2019.

ROSEAU, Dominica — One year after Hurricane Maria devastated Dominica, the island nation is rebounding.

“A growing share of affected residents can say their lives are back on track or almost back to normal after the hurricane,” said Colin Piper, director of tourism. “The progress made this past year represents a milestone in the recovery process during which the people of Dominica – and the natural environment itself – have shown their resilience and indomitable spirits.”

Island updates include:

Access

Dominica’s airports – Douglas-Charles and Canefield – are fully open for commercial operations with…

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