July 23, 2018

Aggressor Fleet adds The Cayman Aggressor V to its fleet

By Sam Helmy From Deeper Blue According to Aggressor Liveaboards, the Cayman Islands is getting a new liveaboard, theCayman Aggressor V. The new ship will be the new Cayman flagship, replacing the Cayman Aggressor IV. The new liveaboard boasts some impressive dimensions at 120ft/~40m long and 25ft/~7.5m wide. Features of the ship include: Space for […]

Destinations of the week 1

RANKED: The 19 cheapest holiday destinations in Europe Part 1 By Alison Millington Mar. 24, 2018, 4:06 AM riga latvia This Latvian city came in third place, but which one came out on top?Roman Babakin / Shutterstock Eastern Europe offers some of the cheapest holiday destinations on the continent, according to the 10th annual City […]

A health crisis has led Fiat Chrysler and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne to step down

By Matthew DeBord and Reuters from Business Insider Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne is stepping down amid a health crisis. Marchionne had experienced complication following surgery. Marchionne took over Chrysler and merged it with Fiat during the US financial crisis, when Chrysler went bankrupt and was bailed out by the US government. […]

The US Navy is returning to a Cold War submarine flash point, but the real action may be much farther north

By Christopher Woody,  From Business Insider The US and its allies are reassessing their naval operations around Europe and in the Atlantic. These changes are driven in large part by intensifying Russian submarine activity. But changing capabilities mean NATO may have to look farther north to establish a deterrent. Units from the USS Harry S. […]

JPMorgan: Tesla shares will plunge more than 40 percent

From Newsweek JPMorgan Chase & Co. reportedly has warned savvy investors that Tesla shares will tumble more than 40 percent before the end of the year. JPMorgan reaffirmed its underweight rating on Tesla shares, saying other automakers may price their electric cars aggressively, CNBC reported. The bank’s analyst is cautious over the company’s second-quarter financial numbers such as […]

Cayman Islands Airports Authority’s Statement on the arrest of an Air Traffic Control Trainee

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (20 July 2018) Please be advised that the Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA) confirms that one of its young employees, an Air Traffic Control Trainee recruited in September 2017 and based at the Charles Kirkconnell International Airport (CKIA) in Cayman Brac, was arrested on Monday evening, 16 July 2018, while traversing […]

Regulation of tourism accommodations: necessary and positive for Cayman Islands tourism industyr

Statement from the Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA) Regulation of Tourist Accommodations: Necessary & Positive for Tourism Industry It is always heartening whenever the local media reports in a positive light on the Cayman Islands tourism industry particularly when Caymanians are encouraged to be a part of it. However, the Cayman Compass editorial on Friday, […]

National Car Rental, Enterprise Rent-A-Car brands rank highest in technology & communication

LOUIS (July 18, 2018) – Mobile app technology and consistent communication are just two areas where the National Car Rental and Enterprise Rent-A-Car brands out-performed their competitors in Business Travel News (BTN) magazine’s annual Car Rental Survey & Report. “We know our customers expect a total transportation solution that includes efficiency, quality of service and effective communication, so we’ve been working […]

St. Kitts cruise passenger arrivals exceed 1 million for the first time

From eTurbo News The St. Kitts Tourism Authority and Ministry of Tourism are pleased to announce that St. Kitts received its millionth cruise passenger today, reaching the key number of arrivals that gives the island marquee port status for the first time in its history. “I am deeply gratified to welcome over one million cruise […]

Unmanned ocean gliders head to Caribbean and Atlantic to help improve hurricane forecasts

From Caribbean360 FLORIDA, United States, Sunday July 15, 2018 –The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will soon launch a fleet of 15 unmanned gliders in the Caribbean Sea and tropical Atlantic Ocean this hurricane season to collect important oceanic data that could prove useful to forecasters. “If you want to improve prediction of how […]