Nothing positive about cruise port

We have been coming to Grand Cayman for nearly 30 years, so, yes, we have fond memories of when life was so much better here.

In regard to the cruise ship port, and from the standpoint of those of us who choose to spend time here, stay in condos, roam the beach, shop in George Town, engage the dive shops, enjoy the wonderful and varied dining establishments; in other words, to live here, the cruise port and the ensuing crowds will only serve to further take away the charm of this Caribbean paradise.

Talking with others that choose to stay and/or live here, they do not have anything positive to say about the cruise port.

Stephen and Vicki Perkins
Morehead, Kentucky, US

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