A new task force has been created in the Bahamas to ban all single use plastics and styrofoam by 2020. This includes things like plastic bags, straws, food utensils, and the ubiquitous styrofoam takeout containers. The task force is made up of The Ministry of Tourism, The Ministry of Health, The Ministry of Finance, The...Read More
The government of The Bahamas has given the green light to its embassy in Beijing, China, to further pursue a possible agriculture and fisheries partnership with the Chinese The deal reportedly with pump $2.1 billion into the Bahamian economy over a period of 10 years as an equal partnership between Bahamians and the People’s Republic...Read More
Hurricane Matthew, Grand Bahama We were sad to hear of the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Matthew as it raked through the Bahamas last week. Grand Bahama Island, and specifically the West End, was hit particularly hard as the storm passed directly over the region. The local community suffered complete destruction and countless...Read More
Cat Island is located in the central Bahamas. Considered one of the family islands, Cat Island is home to just over 1,600 people. The island is about 48 miles long and spans from one to four miles across, encompassing an area of 150 square miles. Cat Island was named after Arthur Cat, a pirate who...Read More
West Palm Beach Award Program Honors the Achievement West Palm Beach, November 21, 2014 — Epic Diving has been selected for the 2014 Best Businesses of West Palm Beach Award in the Tours category by the Best Businesses of West Palm Beach Award Program. Each year, the Best Businesses of West Palm Beach Award Program...Read More
Epic Diving Scholarship Program [dropcap type=”circle” color=”#ffffff” background=”#3389d7″]O[/dropcap]ne to three high school seniors will have the opportunity for an expense paid education at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) in the Bahamas. World Wide Web – March 14, 2014 The grant is a onetime payment that leads to certification in a trade at The...Read More
C elebrating one year since the government of the Bahamas announced that all commercial shark fishing in the approximately 630,000 square kilometers (243,244 square miles) of the country’s waters is now prohibited, establishing a national Bahamas Shark Sanctuary. Sharks are now protected against commercial fishing in all the waters surrounding the Bahamas. The Bahamas National Shark Sanctuary permanently...Read More
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