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Cayman Airways’ second Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, VP-CIX, took off for Grand Cayman from the Boeing Field in Seattle Thursday.
The Cayman Islands’ cruise industry just experienced its busiest month in recorded history.
Cayman Airways made its inaugural direct flight to Denver on Saturday, launching a service that will continue through mid-August.
Jamaican authorities are installing the region’s first floating cruise pier this month at the historic underwater city of Port Royal.
The National Trust’s Mission House in Bodden Town is introducing Saturday hours, beginning this weekend.
The Caribbean Tourism Organization is forecasting strong growth in arrivals across the region in 2019 as hurricane-hit destinations continue their recovery from the destructive storm season of 2017.
Peer-to-peer rental service Airbnb is growing in popularity in the Cayman Islands. Last year, 340 local Airbnb hosts drew 14,600 guests to the islands. On average, visitors stayed for about six days, according to data released by Airbnb.
Nearly 2.4 million visitors arrived in the Cayman Islands in 2018, the highest number recorded for a single year.
A record 113 stingrays were counted at the North Sound Sandbar during the latest census, according to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.
A tour operator has opened a window into Little Cayman’s underwater treasures for non-divers or snorkelers after he spotted an abandoned glass-bottom boat while walking home from work one day.