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Canadian numbers to Caribbean “sluggish” says CTO

The Canadian market to the Caribbean was “sluggish” in 2019, with only 0.4% growth and 3.4 million tourist visits, according to new stats released today by the Caribbean Tourism Organization.
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Princess Cruises has ‘Spring on Sale’ until Jan. 21

Princess Cruises’ ‘Spring on Sale’ promotion comes with savings worth up to 40% off on March and April 2020 sailings to the Caribbean, Mexico, Panama Canal, Hawaii and the California Coast.
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Sandals hands out first-ever Stewart Family Philanthropic Award

Long known for their charitable work in the Caribbean, Sandals’ Chairman Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart’ and his family have created a prestigious new award that recognizes those who share their same dedication to giving back.
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MSC launches accessible shore excursions in the Caribbean & Med

MSC cruises has rolled out its accessible shore excursions program to an additional five ports this winter and three next summer, for a total of 20 destinations across the Caribbean and Mediterranean.
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Visitor arrivals to Caribbean up 9.7% for first half of 2019

Year over year tourist arrivals to the Caribbean increased by 9.7% in the first half of 2019 according to newly releases stats from the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO).
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Caribbean’s largest tourism marketing event set for Jan. 21 – 23, 2020 at Baha Mar

The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has reaffirmed its commitment to bring the region’s largest and longest-standing tourism marketing event to The Bahamas Jan. 21 to 23, 2020.
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Hurricane Jerry heads for Leeward Islands; WS waives fees for Lorena

Tropical Storm Jerry is now a hurricane, closing in on the outermost Caribbean islands with top sustained winds of 120 kph.
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First look at luxe new US$85-million adults-only resort coming to Punta Cana

Spain’s Pure Salt Luxury Hotels is expanding to the Caribbean, with its first resort in the region set to open in the D.R. in 2021.
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Tapestry Collection by Hilton signs first hotel in the Caribbean

Proving that Jamaica is much more than just Montego Bay and Negril, Hilton has announced that it has signed a deal to open a new 168-room hotel in the heart of Kingston.
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There’s a floating taco and cocktail boat in the Caribbean and we are all for it

Tacos and cocktails can be found in just about every dive bar on the planet. But tacos and cocktails while floating in the Caribbean Sea? Now that’s somethin’ to talk about.
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First Sunwing guests arrive in Cancun and Montego Bay
A. Sunwing (sent) B. Belize delays reopening C. NCLH Q2 results (sent) D. Intrepid 1. U.S. Department of State (already posted) 2. Emirates (sent) 3. Brussels Airlines (sent yesterday)
Sunwing has welcomed back its first customers since the early days of the pandemic in March, with guests arriving in...
Belize delays airport reopening, unveils mandatory health app for entry
Belize delays airport reopening, unveils mandatory health app for entry
Belize has delayed the reopening of its Philip Goldson International Airport (PGIA) due to a spike in COVID-19 cases.
NCLH burning through US$160 million a month amid pandemic
NCLH burning through US$160 million a month amid pandemic
NCL parent company Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings says its cash burn rate is US$160 million per month as it waits out...
Intrepid is back on tour with first post-pandemic departure
Intrepid is back on tour with first post-pandemic departure
Intrepid Travel kicked off its first departure post-pandemic yesterday, with a group of six travellers heading out from...
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