September 16, 2019

Iguanas, schnitzels and disco distilleries: The Cayman Islands beyond the beach

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By Jim Byers From Travel Pulse GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS – Alberto Estevanovich is cradling a meter-long iguana at the Blue Iguana Habitat at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. There are signs all over warning folks that the iguanas may bite, but Escovitch has been working with these endangered animals for 10 years and isn’t too […]

Grand Cayman: Road Closure Notice – Monday, 9 July: Raleigh Key and Old West Bay Road

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From RCIPS Phased construction begins this morning, Monday, 9 July, on and near the Raleigh Key intersection and old West Bay Road in the northern section of Seven Mile Beach (Beat #10).  Varying sections of the road along the beach and Raleigh Key will be closed to rebuild and shift the roadway.  As such, access […]

CIASA recognises generations of Cayman Islands swimmers

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The annual Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association (CIASA) Awards Gala Brunch was hosted at The Grand Old House on Sunday, 28th January.  Swimmers and volunteers from seven to seventy years old were celebrated for their achievements and contributions to the sport of swimming in the Cayman Islands. With close to two hundred guests, the oceanside […]

Red Sail Group pledges three-year sponsorship to Special Olympics Cayman Islands

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The cluster of affiliated companies continues its long sponsorship and support for the non-profit organization Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (January 29, 2018) – The Red Sail Group, a cluster of affiliated companies in Grand Cayman, has committed to a 3-year corporate sponsorship for the Special Olympics Cayman Islands (SOCI), extending its support for the organization […]

Hola! Cayman Islands: Rum Point introduces Havana Nights

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Visitors can enjoy an exciting Cuban dining experience on Grand Cayman’s North Side Rum Point, Grand Cayman (January 24, 2018) – Savory “Ropa Vieja,” refreshing mojitos and lively Cuban dancers¾all part of a new Cuban dining adventure available on Wednesdays at the Rum Point Club. Known for its creative fine dining experiences, Rum Point will be […]

4th Annual Cayman Islands Glow Run 4k

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With a total of 530 registered runners, the National Trust held the 4th annual Glow Run 5K on Saturday, June 3rd. Celebrating 30 years of conservation, participants of all ages and fitness levels, dressed in 80s attire, ran for Cayman’s unique history, heritage and environment. Timed by Race Caribbean, the run commenced at 7:30pm following […]

Cracking the RaceCation Code: The Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon

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From The Active Times This article was originally posted on Swim Bike Mom.  In the last decade, I can count (on one hand) the number of times I have been on a real vacation—a true, sit-in-the-sand, read-your-cares-away, eat until someone needs to rub your belly—vacation.  There’s been a weekend away here and there for a […]

Red Sail Sports marks 30 years of dive service in the Cayman Islands

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Good customer service, great equipment, and Cayman’s superb reefs combine to provide the ultimate dive vacation, says guest who was there at the beginning and, three decades later, is still choosing Red Sail Sports and Grand Cayman  Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (February 3, 2017) – In January, Red Sail Sports customer John Nagy from Jacksonville, […]

Cayman Islands: Red Sail Sports rolling out 1980’s dive package prices to mark 30th anniversary

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Birthday Dive Deal with Huge Savings Being Kicked Off at DEMA Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (Nov 9, 2016) – Red Sail Sports Grand Cayman is celebrating its 30th anniversary next year by offering 1980’s dive rates in 2017 dive package prices! It’s “Back to the 80’s” dive package starts at $307 for three days of […]

Live coral fragments replanted during restoration project being prepared for annual spawning event

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From Isla Public Relations Heavy work completed for Magic Reef Restoration Project; Maintenance Continues to give coral best chance to thrive Dive volunteers in Grand Cayman are carefully combing a section of restored coral reef in George Town Harbour, scrub brushes in hand, trying to keep reattached coral fragments free of threatening algae to make […]