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Keeping History Alive: Historic Caymanian-made ships of distinction

Last time we explored Cayman’s rich ship-building heritage, so a natural follow-on from that article is a look at two of Cayman’s most famous locally-built ships - the Cimboco and the Goldfield

16 Apr, 2021

Cayman Islands Department of Tourism Launches New Training Series

The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism (CIDOT) has launched its newest training series, Immersed. Immersed is part of the PRIDE training programme and is a monthly hands-on learning experience focusing on authentic Caymanian culture and heritage.

19 Mar, 2021

Public and Private Sector Joint Initiative Established for Tourism Reopening Strategy

The tourism industry in the Cayman Islands has been among the sectors hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic due to the closure of borders.

08 Mar, 2021

PERSPECTIVE: CARIBBEAN TOURISM STILL ELUSIVE AS PANDEMIC LINGERS

Caribbean countries with economies heavily reliant on tourism are facing another challenge as the industry is confronted with the real prospect of further delays to a much-hoped-for recovery.

10 Feb, 2021

REOPENING & VACCINES: A GLOBAL CHALLENGE

When Hon. Premier Alden McLaughlin pinned Cayman’s further reopening on the pace and success of the ongoing vaccination programme that projection was also hugely dependent on vaccine supply.

03 Feb, 2021

BA flights will continue

Even though the UK Government has announced the closure of its ‘travel corridors’, of which the Cayman Islands as an Overseas Territory was a part, this does not mean that Cayman will lose its all-important direct link with the UK.

18 Jan, 2021

Negative tests needed for incoming travelers

Cayman has seen hundreds of incoming travelers test positive for the coronavirus over the past few months, so new travel requirements for all incoming travelers to produce a negative Covid test before they travel should reduce those numbers considerably.

18 Jan, 2021

Cayman Cookout is back!

Head to the Ritz-Carlton this weekend for a succession of foodie events that will tickle your taste buds like no other. Held every year in January, Cayman Cookout is still going ahead for 2021 despite Covid restrictions not allowing international superstar chefs to participate.

13 Jan, 2021

REGIONAL HOTEL ASSOCIATION HOPES FOR BETTER 2021

The president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has painted an optimistic picture for the region’s tourism outlook for 2021.

04 Jan, 2021

New CITA Board of Directors for 2020 - 21

The Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA) has a new Executive Committee resulting from the new the Board of Directors elected at its recent annual general meeting (AGM).

23 Nov, 2020
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