September 18, 2019

Your Caribbean Winter Vacation

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Grand Cayman is the Ideal Choice for Your Caribbean Winter Vacation From Five Star Charters Cayman Most of us typically take our vacation during the summer months. I don’t know about you, but it feels like taking a break and heading to a warm, sunny beach in the dead of winter would serve us better. […]

The Caribbean is (re)open for business [especially the Cayman Islands]

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By Meredith C. Carroll From The Aspen Times While spending a semester abroad in college, a friend and I island-hopped around Greece during our fall break. Starting from Athens, we ferried over to Mykonos then planned on heading to Santorini, although since it was nearing offseason and some Greek islands experience flash floods (and we […]

Cayman Islands: 8 things not to miss in Grand Cayman

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By Marie Nieves From Escape Artist Grand Cayman is the mesmerizing hub island of the small group that hides among the alluring waves of the Caribbean Sea. Even though it is a mere 22 miles long, Grand Cayman still manages to pack quite a punch – it is a bona fide playground for tropical adventurers. […]

The Editor Speaks: Seventh water related death

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It was with much astonishment and sadness to learn of another water related death in our waters today. Only last Thursday, Doris Ann Sarauer, 64, who was visiting the Cayman Islands from Minnesota in the United States, was snorkelling off South Church Street, and encountered difficulties. The elderly lady was swimming with others in a […]

Cayman Islands: Water-related death at Stingray City

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From RCIPS Water-Related Death at Stingray City, 15 May Shortly before 2:15PM on Tuesday, 15 May, a report was received that a snorkeler had gone missing while snorkeling at Stingray City. Shortly afterwards, the man was found unconscious by a nearby boat and brought onboard. CPR was administered to the man as the boat returned to […]

Cayman Islands Joint Marine Unit rescue boat from the Sand Bar, 31 August

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From RCIPS Sometime after 6PM yesterday 31 August, the Joint Marine Unit responded to a distress call of a boat that was that was taking in water, located in the area of Stingray City and towed the vessel with all its crew and passengers safely ashore. The officers who responded were on board the Niven […]

Pressure mounts to save the Cayman Islands Hope Spot

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Posted by Shilpi Chhotray of Mission Blue in Ocean Views From National Geographic By: Shilpi Chhotray, Mission Blue Communications Strategist For the residents of George Town Harbour, observing mammoth cruise ships pass through their glimmering turquoise backyard is not uncommon. Since 2000, the small island nation of Grand Cayman has received an influx of tourists from […]

Discounted hotel rates and more for trade with ‘Cayman [Islands] Loves Agents’

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From Travelweek Group TORONTO — The Cayman Islands’ new ‘Cayman Loves Agents’ promotion comes with discounted resort rates for the travel trade as well as preferred pricing on watersports and local attractions. Agents can visit caymanislands.ky/travelagents to learn more about the program and to see a list of participating hotels, resorts, watersports operators and attractions. […]

Snorkelling is a breeze for underwater sightseers: Part 2

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By Melanie Reffes From The Suburban All it takes is a mask and a tube, pair of fins, inflatable life vest and a sense of adventure. Unlike scuba diving that requires more gear and more courage, snorkelling is a breeze for underwater sightseers worth his (or her) sea salt. Easy to master and too much fun […]

Starwood promotes Grand Cayman

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The Starwood Caribbean website – spg – Starwood Preferred Guests – resorts has featured the Cayman Islands on their website. Fun In The Sun – Outdoor Adventures In Grand Cayman BY STARWOOD CARIBBEAN Outdoor Adventures In Grand Cayman Grand Cayman is a favorite amongst vacationers for its heavenly beaches and friendly atmosphere. If exploring a […]