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Antiguan Hoteliers Losing Millions in Cancellations

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The Antigua and Barbuda Hotels and Tourism Association (ABHTA) says many resorts here are reporting a significant decline in occupancy rates and the trend is likely to continue unless the COVID-19 pandemic is controlled in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada.

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Grenada Outlines Measures for Cruise Lines to Dock There

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada – The Grenada government Tuesday said that cruise lines and all other sailing vessels must adhere to the health protocol or an agreement with minimum requirements in order to be allowed to dock at any of the harbors on the island.

Cruise ship in Grenada harbor (mikolajn / Getty Images)

Grenada to Host Impressive Roster of Caribbean Sailing and Fishing Events in 2022

St. George’s, Grenada W.I. – Grenada is kicking off a series of sailing events and regattas from December 2021, including the just completed Atlantic Rally for Cruisers ARC+ Transatlantic Rally 2021, through February 2022. Along with its white sand beaches, mountainous topography and tropical rainforests, Grenada, the Spice Island of the Caribbean, is globally recognized as a major draw for pleasure boating, yachting and fishing events. Grenada boasts eight globally recognized marinas in the numerous bays and inlets across this tropical paradise. The location of Grenada provides safe anchorage and berthing for visiting yachts and charters during the hurricane season, which makes insurance less costly compared to other destinations.

Nevis Debuts Malcolm Guishard Recreational Park

Charlestown, Nevis - Wrapping up a year of new developments, the Caribbean island of Nevis marked the grand opening of Malcolm Guishard Recreational Park on December 19, 2021, embodying the committed and enduring partnership between Nevis and Taiwan, the Republic of China. The result of a collaboration between these steadfast diplomatic allies for nearly four decades, this ambitious project transformed 11 acres leading to the sea into a vibrant recreational and cultural attraction for residents and visitors alike.

Antigua Still Optimistic Despite Air Canada Flight Suspension

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The Antigua and Barbuda government says it remains optimistic that Air Canada will reverse its decision to suspend flights to the island as of January 31st, this year as the country battles with the last surge in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in recent weeks.

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US Warns of Traveling to the Caribbean Amid COVID-19 Surge

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States has Americans who choose to travel to the Caribbean and other places that they should be aware that they may face unexpected challenges related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, on returning to the United States or attempting to travel from one overseas location to another.

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