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Is Spirit now the fastest growing airline in the Caribbean?

The Florida-based low-cost carrier is certainly making the effort, with the launch of another new daily flight to the Caribbean.

Spirit has begun operating new daily nonstop flights between Baltimore-Washington and Montego Bay, Jamaica, the latest route in a wave of launches for the carrier in 2018.

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One of the Caribbean’s top scuba diving destinations just got even better.

Grenada has added a new wreck dive site, with the sinking of the MV Anina at the bottom of the Purple Rain Reef.

The Anina had been anchored near the Grenada fish market for some time, until the owner volunteered the ship to the Grenada Tourism Authority for sinking.

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You’re just a few blocks from the Queen’s Staircase, tucked away at a table in a corner of a colonial mansion in Old Nassau, when the spread arrives.

Cookies and pastries, house-made bonbons; trays of miniature sandwiches, cucumber; salmon; a box of refined Mighty Leaf teas, from tropical green to Earl Grey.

This is afternoon tea at the Graycliff Hotel and Restaurant in Nassau, and it’s about as civilized a way to spend an afternoon as you’ll ever find.

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Norwegian Cruise Line has officially launched sales for Caribbean cruises on its soon-to-debut Norwegian Encore cruise ship.

The ship, which will be Norwegian’s fourth “Breakaway-Plus”-class ship, is slated to launch in the Caribbean in the fall of 2019.

Norwegian Encore will focus on cruises of the Eastern Caribbean, with visits to San Juan, St Thomas, USVI and Tortola in the British Virgin Islands.

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Despite needing time to to recover from an onslaught of hurricanes last fall, the Caribbean hosted more than 30 million tourists in 2017—a record—and it's ready for more. Consider this your cultural calendar for the region; we'd happily book a flight to attend any of the food festivals, regattas, or Hamilton performances. Book a trip that does some good. All you have to do? Show up and spend your tourist dollars.

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