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Atlantis Paradise Island Launches New Marine Programs

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Atlantis Paradise Island megaresort on Paradise Island is expanding its marine programs to coincide with World Oceans Day. The new aquatic adventures include a five-day marine adventure summer camp; a twilight snorkel program that …

The Reef by CuisinArt Reopens in Anguilla

 By Alexander Britell One of the Caribbean’s sexiest new hotels has reopened on the island of Anguilla. The Reef by CuisinArt, the sister property to Anguilla’s signature CuisinArt resort, officially reopened on Sunday after having been shuttered in the wake …

Belize Is Expanding Its Marine Protected Areas in a Big Way

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The government of Belize will expand its network of no-take zones, a type of marine protected area, from three percent to over 10 percent by the end of 2018. The expanded areas are managed in accordance …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff One of Anguilla’s hottest new resorts is readying for a relaunch. The Reef by CuisinArt, which first opened in late 2016 and has been closed in the wake of Hurricane Irma, is planning to reopen …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Small Luxury Hotels of the World is expanding in the Caribbean. The collection of more than 500 hotels in 80 countries has added a pair of hotels in the Caribbean. SLH has added the Trident …

 The Sandals Foundation is partnering with CLEAR Caribbean in an effort to establish two coral nurseries aimed at restoring lost coral coverage in St. Lucia, as well as providing a habitat for marine life inside the Soufriere Marine Managed Area. …

 Above: saving corals in Bonaire By the Caribbean Journal staff A major Caribbean coral restoration project is expanding. The Coral Restoration Foundation Bonaire has joined forces with the Coral Restoration Foundation to launch a similar project in Curacao. CRF Curacao …

 Above: coral antlers at the property’s artificial reef By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s largest resort project is expanding — into the ocean. But now how you might think. The Nassau project has an ongoing initiative in the shores of Cable …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor We can’t guarantee that – to borrow a phrase from Madonna – you’ll feel “like a virgin” after this cocktail. But you will feel in a Virgin Islands state of mind after a few swigs …

 Above: a Coral Reef (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Can coral reefs adapt to climate change? According to a new study from the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, coral reefs may be able to adapt to …

 Above: Fabien Cousteau with one of the Discovery Club members (BIS Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff A recent incident that saw a boat run aground into a coral reef in Exuma led to a visit this weekend by noted …

 Above: the coral nursery at the Buddy Dive Resort in Bonaire (Photo: Buddy Dive Resort) By Alexander Britell KRALENDIJK — From overfishing and pollution to disease and climate change, the Caribbean’s coral reefs are in serious jeopardy. But a dive …

 Above: The Cove By the Caribbean Journal staff Kerzner International Bahamas has appointed Cristian Sariego as senior vice president and general manager of The Cove Atlantis and The Reef Atlantis resorts in the Bahamas. Sariego was formerly the general manager …