I do not support the cruise ship expansion and here is why: Destroying the harbour to accommodate more ships will fundamentally change Grand Cayman.
Our natural beauty is our most important quality. This feature (our best) has made us an attractive place to visit. Destroying that would be foolish and would amount to shooting ourselves in the foot.
Currently the influx of people and increase in traffic during cruise ship days is substantial and our infrastructure is tested. Adding ships capable of carrying 5,000 souls would just make rush hour all day. Waiting lines at restaurants and beaches would become common.
I must agree with Guy Harvey that we should not destroy what has made us such a beautiful spot.
Our natural beauty is fundamental to our nature.
The new cruise ship project is a very bad idea whose ramifications and unintended consequences would change Grand Cayman fundamentally for years to come and not for the better.