June 21, 2021

Caribbean Healthcare Partners Announces State-of-the-Art Medical Institute Planned for Christophe Harbour on the Eastern Caribbean Island of St. Kitts

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CHP is poised to deliver state-of-the-art, unrivaled patient care in sports medicine, spine surgery, pain management, regenerative medicine, and health and wellness within a luxurious resort setting. NEWS PROVIDED BY Caribbean Healthcare Partners, Ltd.  Jan 10, 2019, 07:00 ET BASSETERRE, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Jan. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Caribbean Healthcare Partners, Ltd. (“CHP”) has announced the development […]

Crowded in the Caribbean

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By Bryony McCabe From Superyacht News “I don’t think Antigua could be doing any better than this,” observes Captain Giles Sangster of 80m motoryacht Talitha, while docked in Falmouth Harbour last week. His comments follow many reports that berths in Antigua and St Maarten have been unusually hard to come by this season. “We tried […]

St.Kitts targeting the “Lifestyles Visitor” and poised to become Caribbean’s top lifestyles destination

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From Times Caribbean Basseterre, St.Kitts (February 6th 2016):- St.Kitts is already one of the major players in the Cruise Tourism Industry in the Caribbean and are now looking to duplicate that success in other areas within the industry. One of those areas is the “Lifestyles Visitor”. The “Lifestyles Visitor” can also be described as the […]

Monkeys, marinas and money in the wild Caribbean

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By Carrie Seim From Hew York Post Beware the wild monkeys. Because if the cobalt Caribbean waters, the tucked-away beaches, the lush rainforest and the sugar-sweet locals aren’t enough to make you want to stay in St. Kitts forever, the melt-your-heart primates scampering around every turn will seal the deal. St. Kitts – the sister […]

Citizenship-through-investment, a trend in the Caribbean

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By Natalia Bonilla from Fox News Latino Citizenship-by-investment programs are becoming popular in the Caribbean, appealing to those looking to avoid taxes in their home countries, regional experts told Efe Wednesday. In 1984, St. Kitts and Nevis was the first country in the region to offer such a program. Since then, St. Lucia, Dominica, Grenada, Antigua […]