Police are advising motorists to exercise caution on Saturday and to expect slight delays while the Miss Teen Cayman Islands Motorcade is under way.
The motorcade will set off at 8am from the Lions Centre and will travel along Crewe Road and Smith Road, making a stop at the Farmers Market. It will then go to the waterfront in George Town and along West Bay Road and the Esterley Tibbetts Highway to West Bay, where it will make a stop at the Cayman Turtle Centre.
Next, it will travel back via the Esterley Tibbetts Highway, Crewe Road and Shamrock Road, making a stop at the Countryside Shopping Village, before travelling through Bodden Town to East End, with a stop at the Wyndham Resort for lunch.
The procession will then return to the Lions Centre via the Queen’s Highway, Frank Sound Road, Bodden Town Road and Shamrock Road. The procession is expected to be completed by 3pm.
This will be the second motorcade in two weeks carrying beauty pageant contestants along the roads of Grand Cayman. On Saturday, 10 Aug., the young women taking part in the Miss Cayman Universe travelled from George Town to West Bay and then as far as East End.
The 39th annual Miss Teen Cayman Islands pageant will be held on Saturday, 24 Aug. at the Lions Centre on Old Crewe Road, George Town.