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Earth Day Activities in the Cayman Islands Focus on Conservation

4/25/2016
Dive Industry leaders say it is a 365-day commitment to keep Cayman’s environment a major tourist attraction that draws visitors from around the world

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Cayman Islands Tourism positioned for growth with the Modernization of Cayman Airways Fleet

4/14/2016
Contact:  Public RelationsTel: (345) 949-0623, Fax: (345) 949-4053  Email: pr@caymanislands.kyFor

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CAYMAN BOTTOM TIMES: DIVETECH HOSTS FREEDIVERS FROM ACROSS THE U.S. IN FIRST-EVER EVENT

3/31/2016
This growing aspect of the dive industry quickly attracting an enthusiastic following: Grand Cayman an ideal location for freedivers

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Local School Children Receive School Supplies from a Generous Corporate Group Visiting Grand Cayman

Two vans full of backpacks, notebooks, pencils, crayons and more delivered to two primary schools by Red Sail Sports on behalf of the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA)

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Red Sail Sports Grand Cayman Welcomes the Spirit of the Islands

3/14/2016
5th Luxury Catamaran added to fleet to enhance Your Cayman Family Dive Vacation; Swimmin’, Chillin’ & Grillin’ Snorkel Adventure Announced

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Earth Day 2016: Cayman’s Next Generation Focuses on Sustainability

3/6/2016
Under the mentorship of Cayman’s dive operators young Caymanians are motivated to protect the environment every day

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Southern Cross Club Named to 2016 TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Awards

2/23/2016
This Small Resort on Little Cayman Measures Up to the Biggest Properties Across Caribbean When it Comes to Service

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Celebrating Two Iconic Shipwrecks in the Cayman Islands

Since her sinking five years ago, a great number of divers have explored the Kittiwake Wreck, one of Grand Cayman’s hottest dive sites...

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Kitesurfing Across the Crystal Clear Waters of Little Cayman

1/25/2016
The Southern Cross Club adds exciting new watersports adventure

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THE CAYMAN BOTTOM TIMES: Cayman Showcases it’s World Class Diving at DEMA in Orlando

11/30/2015
Dive Operators Introduce new travel packages and services. Local dive industry optimistic about 2016 with more flights and rooms added to Cayman market

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Red Sail Sports Grand Cayman Introduces 2016 Kittiwake Anniversary Package

Special package is its participation in a year-long celebration honoring the premier wreck dives sites of the Cayman Islands

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Southern Cross Club Hosts 18th Annual Sister Islands Cook-Off

11/18/2015
Once again Team Southern Cross sweeps awards and comes out on top as 2015 Grand Champion; Culinary event kicks off holiday season

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The CAYMAN BOTTOM TIMES: Ocean Frontiers to Establish Coral Nursery for Reef Conservation

10/28/2015
After waiting and watching international research, Government has approved local nursery policy in the Cayman Islands

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Waterfront Protest Planned Oct 17 in Cayman to Oppose Dredging that will Destroy Acres of Reefs to Make Way for Dock

10/13/2015
SAVECAYMAN.ORG organizers say they are not against the cruise berthing facility itself, but they ARE adamantly opposed to destruction of George Town Harbour’s marine environment

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Head of Department of Environment Urges Extreme Caution before Moving Forward with Controversial Cruise Berthing Plan

9/30/2015
SAVE CAYMAN: Gina Ebanks-Petrie, also Chair of the Cayman Islands Environmental Assessment Board, wants decision-makers and the public to have a full understanding of Impact Statement before irrevocable decision is made.

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Divetech’s Easterbrook to be inducted into Cayman’s Scuba Diving Hall of Fame

9/8/2015
Ceremony to highlight Cayman’s 2nd annual Legends and Lions scuba diving festival

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“Exposing” the Vibrant Underwater World of George Town Harbour

7/28/2015
Large Crowd Gathers at Sunset House to Laud the Dive Sites at Risk if Cruise Dock is Approved; Presentation will be taken on the road to other districts

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Red Sail Sports Grand Cayman Launches New Dive-Specific Website

Red Sail Sports, Grand Cayman’s leading resort watersports operator, is gearing up for 2015 with the launch of a new dive-focused website. The website, a one-stop online shopping location for diving customers, offers quick and easy access to all Red Sail Sports dive information, showcasing the company’s new competitive dive rates and dive packages.

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Grand Cayman is the lionfish hunting capital of the world (FoxNews)

10/30/2014
The lionfish, with its plume of spiky tentacles, is beautiful — but it’s an eco-disaster for the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, where it has depleted native fish populations and is killing the coral reefs.

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Divetech's FOCUS UNDERWATER. A few spots still available

7/24/2013
5th Annual event in Grand Cayman is a good place for all levels of underwater photographers to learn from the best in the dive business

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Paralympic athlete, Ryan Chalmers starts Push Across America for specialised dive programme

4/24/2013
The official Cayman Islands Facebook page, @VisitCaymanIslands recently sat down with a paralympic athlete Ryan Chalmers as he prepared for an unprecedented feat. On Saturday, April 6, Ryan kicked off his 'Push Across America' in Los Angeles. Raising awareness and funds for Stay-Focused, a non-profit organisation providing disabled teens and young adults with motivating scuba dive programmes in the Cayman Islands, Chalmers will push his racing chair the equivalent of two to three marathons per day to complete his 71- day journey from Los Angeles to New York City.

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Young Caymanians Selected to Host New YouTube Video Series

1/26/2012
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (30 May, 2011)The Department of Tourism would like to congratulate Luigi Moxam and Kamala Murugesu on their selection as the hosts of the Department of Tourism’s You Tube video series.

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Cayman Island dive operators continue the Lion Fish battle

1/26/2012
Cayman Island Dive Operators are offering a special to help the Cayman Islands ‘manage’ the invasion of the red lionfish, by providing educedcourse fees to visitors and residents this fall. With recent approval from the Marine Conservation Board several months ago, Cayman’s dive operators are now able to teach the PADI Lionfish Tracker Distinctive Specialty course, and upon completion, guests receive the PADI c-card plus the local lionfish culling license.

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