PPM plan to cap cruise numbers

| 30/03/2021
Moses Kirkconnell with Joey Hew seated

(CNS): Moses Kirkconnell has announced plans to review the future of cruise tourism in the Cayman Islands and cap the numbers of passengers allowed to come into George Town. With the majority of ships not expected back at sea until 2022, the current tourism minister has said that, if he is returned to that job next month, a new Progressive-led government will limit visitor numbers in an effort to complement the stay-over sector. In another complete U-turn on the party’s historic position on cruise tourism and after several years battling against the public desire for a referendum on a cruise dock, the minister claimed that the Alliance had a plan that would rebuild overnight tourism and allow a phased gradual return of cruise tourism.

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Category: 2021 General Elections, Business, Elections, Politics, Tourism

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