Wyndham Reef Resort has named the award-winning, 20-year dive operator Ocean Frontiers as its new official dive operator.

The company is now offering a wide array of scuba and snorkel excursions to resort guests, specializing in signature scuba diving trips and regular two-tank boat dive trips to some of the island’s most spectacular sites, including wall, coral reef and open cave dives.

For snorkeling, there are seven trips available to explore underwater sites off East End, the North Sound and Kittiwake, just off Seven Mile Beach.

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Britain’s Foreign Office Minister for the Overseas Territories, Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, visited the British Virgin Islands this week to discuss hurricane preparedness and see progress on recovery from last year’s devastation.

On his two-day visit, the minister visited a number of public sites affected by last year’s hurricanes with Premier Dr Orlando Smith. He saw how UK support is helping recovery efforts, and officially handed over the new purpose-built temporary Court House to the government, which will allow the Supreme Court and Magistrates’ Court to function fully again whilst a permanent building is constructed.

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The Cayman Islands just broke a tourism record.

The destination welcomed more than 1.3 million combined visitors in the first half of 2018, the most ever for the Cayman Islands in the first six months of the year.

That was a total increase of 19.52 percent, with a total of 214,711 visitors in the period.

Air arrivals to the destination were up 15.9 percent for the first half, officials said.

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St Kitts & Nevis, an Eastern Caribbean island with a Citizenship-by-Investment programme, will soon welcome a Six Senses property.

Six Senses St Kitts – resulting from a partnership between Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas and Range Developments – is scheduled to be completed in three years.

It is expected to bring 70 sea-view, private pool villas to the western side of the island, approximately 30 minutes’ drive along a coastal road from the capital Basseterre and the international airport. The resort will be set on a former sugar cane plantation site with gentle hills leading down to a stretch of sandy beach fronting the Caribbean Sea.

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