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Reciprocating, changing lives: inCruises partners with Mercy Ships to transform lives in Africa

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, April 7, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – inCruises International LLC, the largest cruise membership club in the world, has announced the launch of a new campaign to engage its network of members, supporters and employees with the goal of raising an equivalent amount for a total of $ 100,000.00 to help Mercy Ships provide life-saving surgical procedures in Africa. Through its floating hospitals, Mercy Ships has been providing surgical care to those in need for more than 40 years, at no cost to the families and patients involved. “We are excited to announce our partnership with Mercy Ships. We are a ‘match made in heaven’. I believe that our company’s core values ​​align with Mercy Ships in fulfilling its mission to save lives and alleviate suffering. For inCruises, it is important to create a work environment that enables our global team of partners and employees to actively give back. We are delighted to launch our fundraising campaign this season and inspire our network to have an impact on global health services through Mercy Ships, ”says Michael Hutchison, CEO of Cruises International LLC. Mercy Ships currently operates Africa Mercy, an old Danish rail ferry of 16,572 GT and will soon add a new specially built ship, Global Mercy. When completed, the 37,000 GT Global Mercy ™ will be the largest non-governmental hospital ship in the world. The nonprofit organization works with sub-Saharan African nations to strengthen their local health care delivery systems, providing a variety of training opportunities for medical professionals, while meeting the host country’s surgical needs. functional component of health systems. “This announcement is our first step in building a long-term partnership with Mercy Ships with the desire to involve our company in providing a better future for so many people in need of transformative medical services,” said Frank Codina, president and Chief Operating Officer of inCruises International LLC. “Mercy Ships seeks to transform individuals and serve nations through the tireless work of thousands of volunteers, partners and supporters. It would not be possible to do this without the incredible commitment of our generous Corporate Partners and donors. We are excited to welcome Cruises to our family. from Corporate Partners and we look forward to seeing the inspiring stories that will emerge from this campaign, “added Tom Stogner, CEO of Mercy Ships. To learn more about how you can join this campaign to support the Mercy Ships mission, visit: https://www.incruises.com/causes About inCruises International Since the launch of its flagship association in 2015, inCruises International has grown and it has become the premier cruise membership club with members and partners in more than 178 countries worldwide. measurable difference in the lives of its members and is committed to providing an ethically owned business opportunity for its growing team of partners. The company is also committed to positive global corporate citizenship, supporting Mercy Ships and the Make-a-Wish Foundation. To share the experience, visit our member and business opportunity at https://www.incruises.com. About Mercy ShipsMercy Ships uses hospital ships to provide free, world-class healthcare, training and sustainable development to those with little access in the developing world. Founded in 1978 by Don and Deyon Stephens, Mercy Ships has worked in more than 55 developing countries, providing services valued at more than $ 1.7 billion and directly benefiting more than 2.8 million people. Our ships are manned by volunteers from more than 60 countries, with an average of more than 1200 volunteers each year. Professionals such as surgeons, dentists, nurses, health coaches, teachers, cooks, sailors, engineers and farmers donate their time and skills. With 16 national offices and an Office in Africa, Mercy Ships seeks to transform individuals and serve nations. For more information, click on www.mercyships.org For more information, contact: Jonathan Inestainesta@incruises.com939-228-0168 Cecilia VillaSenior Director of Development, Mercy Ships E-mail: cecilia.villa@mercyships.org Office: +1 901 692 6707www.mercyships. org For Int’l: Diane RickardInternational Media Relations ManagerGlobal Brand Development, Mercy Shipsdiane.rickard@mercyships.orgwww.mercyships.org/press High-resolution photos and general B-Roll videos from Mercy Ships are available upon request.

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