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Atlantis’ ultra-luxe resort has relaunched in a big way.

The Paradise Island destination officially debuted the new The Cove, Paradise Island this weekend, highlighted by the launch of a pair of significant new culinary additions to the Bahamas: eateries by Chefs Julie Lightbourn and Jose Andres.

The launch party included a performance by music superstar Fergie.

The Cove’s transformation is centered around its sparkling new “poolscape” that is a reimagining of what has long been Nassau’s most bustling beachside hotspot.


SLS Hotels’ first Caribbean project is slated to open this month: SLS Baha Mar.

The next major resort brand to debut at Nassau’s megaresort complex, SLS Baha Mar is a project by sbe [sic] slated to make its formal debut Nov. 14, according to a press release from the resort.

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ainforest Adventures has announced a November 2017 opening for the new St Maarten Rockland Estate eco-park.

The park will launch with two signature attractions, The Flying Dutchman — the world’s steepest zip line — and the Soualiga Sky Explorer chairlift, as well as the Emilio Wilson Museum and Emilio’s Restaurant. Additional attractions, including the Sentry Hill Zip Line and the Schooner Ride will open in early 2018.



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Now in its 40th year festivities will begin on Cayman Brac (3-5 November) with a bon fire, welcome party, heritage displays, a parade and fireworks. It’s three days of Cayman Brac culture, fantasy and fun.

The festivities move to Grand Cayman for the most famous of events (9-13 November), five fun filled days of music, street dances, competitions, games, traditional dishes and drinks, a Pirate Pooch Parade, a children’s fun day, teen dance, two glittering parades, sporting events for all ages, a pirate invasion and spectacular fireworks displays!

On Saturday 11th November, the 'pirates' will invade the islands attacking from the sea in Hog Sty Bay in George Town harbour. Traditionally the Governor is 'captured' and the pirates 'run amok' before being cast off again for another year.

Thousands of people line the streets to watch the spectacle and its good-natured swashbuckling fun. It's the only event of its kind in the Caribbean region and it caters to everyone in the family!

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Even in the wake of last month’s storms, the British Virgin Islands remains the sailing capital of the world. In a sign of its renewed strength, the BVI will play host to the important annual BVI Charter Yacht Society Boat Show in November.

The Charter Yacht Show will take place at the Nanny Cay Resort and Marina from Nov. 7-10.

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