Only a few of the tourists ventured into Nassau, and police said the protest was peaceful. Although they had no contact with the demonstrators, passengers said they were fed up with the scorn heaped on them because their sexual preference. Controversy over all-gay cruises flared in some Caribbean countries after officials in the Cayman Islands refused docking permission in January to a Norwegian Cruise Line ship carrying gay men. The Bahamian government later welcomed the ship, but religious groups balked. Groups in the Bahamas had planned to protest another Norwegian Cruise Lines ship on March 6, but bad weather kept the ship from docking.
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The demonstrators picketed the entrance to Nassau's port as passengers walked off the Seabreeze I, a ship operated by Premiere Cruise Lines, and boarded a smaller boat for short trip at a nearby private island. The protesters wore T-shirts reading "Save the Bahamas. Police kept protesters at the end of the pier, away from the ship's passengers. Only a few of the tourists ventured into Nassau, and police said the protest was peaceful. Although they had no contact with the demonstrators, passengers said they were fed up with the scorn heaped on them because their sexual preference.