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Grenada’s Newest – Victory Bar & Grill II Opens to the Public
St. George’s, Grenada – (Monday, March 26th 2007)

Grenada Port LouisSavvy Grenada is pleased to announce the opening of the new The Victory Bar & Grill II at Port Louis Marina in Lagoon Road. After a few weeks of product and service testing the Victory Bar II is now fully operational.


Grenadian Operations Manager Chris Ghita explains “we would like to thank our loyal patrons for all their suggestions and feedback during our trial period, we hope that the changes implemented and suggestions made will improve the standards and service and we look forward to welcoming back our early guests soon”.

This unique bar with casual barbecue grill, set on the picturesque Port Louis Marina is opened Tuesdays to Sundays from 11am until 11pm. The Victory Bar II provides a spectacularly beautiful setting for that perfectly relaxed lunch time appointment, evening unwind or friendly nighttime gathering.

The Victory Bar & Grill II is the first major development to take place at the Port Louis Marina. It is designed to provide a relaxed, casual service to our Grenadian clientele and the many visitors to our lovely island. The Victory Bar & Grill II will also cater to the many yachts which will visit Port Louis Marina in the coming months.

Marina and Communications Manager Danny Donelan says "The Victory Bar & Grill II will make Grenada stand out among other international and regional ports. The uniquely beautiful setting which this place provides will create vivid memories in the minds of our visitors and they will always remember that lunch or that drink they had in Grenada. We see this not only as a Bar and Grill but as a place where Grenada will be marketed."

The Victory Bar is synonymous throughout the yachting world as it was the unofficial headquarters for Peter de Savary’s Americas Cup challenge based in Newport R.I, U.S.A in 1983, his boat Victory famously sported the bulldog as its logo and its rebirth marks a return to Grenada of the yachting and boating community with the development of Port Louis.

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Savvy Grenada sponsors The Junior Challenge Trophy Race of the 2007 Grenada Round the Island Easter Regatta

St. George’s, Grenada – (Friday, March 30th 2007)

Grenada Port LouisPort Louis of Savvy Grenada has donated 5000 dollars to the 2007 Grenada Round the Island Easter Regatta to sponsor the Junior Challenge Trophy Race. This sponsorship donation according to officials from Savvy is aimed at promoting sailing among young people.

"The sea is all around us and it makes sense for us to tap into its full potential. Sailing is one of the ways in which our young people can become involved in positive activity and they can even go on to earn a living from it," said Danny Donelan Marina and Communications Manager.

The Port Louis Junior Challenge Trophy Race will be held on Saturday April 7th. It will begin at 10:30 am from the Prickly Bay Marina in Lance Aux Epines. The “junior sailors” are very excited about this event as it gives them an opportunity to demonstrate their ability to sail as well as what they have learnt from their sailing lessons. Competitions of this nature are good amongst our youth in Grenada, it gives them a sense of pride especially when they are winners, says Jacqui Pascal, Event Manager for the Grenada Round the Island Easter Regatta.

About Port Louis Grenada
Port Louis Grenada will be an EC$1.5 billion resort and spa maritime village development. The project will include;

:: a world class marina with 350 slips and yachting facilities for yachts up to 100 metres,
:: 36 estate lots for individual houses, 200 residential units varying in size and use from turnkey 3000 sq ft homes to more modest 900 sq ft village apartments,
:: a 120 room 5-star hotel with all the amenities of a luxury establishment ,
a world class premier spa and well being lifestyle centre for Port Louis residents and other visitors to Grenada,
:: a 120 room mid range hotel catering to the tourist market,
revitalization of the southern end of the lagoon area including the reclamation and renovation of the seafront,
:: revitalization and augmentation of Pandy Beach to compliment that of Grand Anse including water sports, beach extension, diving and other elements,
::
Employment prospects of between 500-800 staff with excellent training and career opportunities for Grenadians.

Within the Caribbean and West Indies, Port Louis will be a unique comprehensive village community of charm and character including a vibrant market with a waterfront of exciting activities.

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This Year?


"We foresee an above-average Atlantic basin tropical cyclone season in 2007." says Dr . Gray the well known Colorado forecaster.
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The forecast predicts 14 named storms, 7 of them hurricanes, and 3 of those hurricanes will be 'intense', with 8 intense hurricane days.

Tropical Storm Risk (TSR), a consortium of experts on insurance, risk management and seasonal climate forecasting led by the Benfield UCL Hazard Research Centre at University College London, says "based on past, current and projected climate signals, tropical cyclone activity is forecast to be about 75% above the 1950-2006 norm in 2007. This is the highest March forecast for activity in any year since TSR forecasts began in 1984."caribbean hurricanes

Two predictors are the forecast July-September 2007 trade wind speed over the Caribbean and tropical North Atlantic, and the forecast August-September 2007 sea surface temperature in the tropical North Atlantic. The former influences cyclonic vorticity (the spinning up of storms) in the main hurricane track region, while the latter provides heat and moisture to power incipient storms in the main track region.

One of the other important questions for the upcoming hurricane season is whether El Nino conditions will continue through the 2007 Atlantic basin hurricane season. Forecasts are that by summer it will die away and therefore not inhibit the spawning of hurricanes.

There were four hurricane seasons since 1949 with similar characteristics to October-November 2006, these were 1952, 1958, 1966, and 2003 all active years.

Although global surface temperatures have increased over the last century and over the last 30 years, there is no reliable data available to indicate increased hurricane frequency or intensity in any of the globe’s seven tropical cyclone basins.

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Caribbean ICT is Fit and Ranking Well in the World Economic Forum's Global Information Technology Report 2006-2007.
Geneva, Switzerland -- March 28, 2007

For the first time, Denmark tops the rankings of The Global Information Technology Report 2006-2007’s "Networked Readiness Index", as a culmination of an upward trend since 2003. But the tiny Caribbean countries are also posititioning themselves well on the index. The US ranks 7, the UK 9, and Canada 11. http://www.weforum.org.

The Networked Readiness Index examines the preparedness of countries to use ICT effectively on three dimensions: the general business, regulatory and infrastructure environment for ICT; the readiness of the three key stakeholders þu individuals, businesses and governments þu to use and benefit from ICT; and their actual usage of the latest information and communication technology available.

Dell computersThe highest ranking Caribbean countries are newly included Barbados (40), Jamaica (45), Mexico (49), `and Costa Rica (56). The rankings for the region show an encouraging upward trend, with large countries such as Mexico gaining several positions. The same tendency is even more marked for small Caribbean countries, such as Jamaica (45), Costa Rica (56) and Dominican Republic (66) which realized impressive improvements.

The region’s overall improvement can be traced partly to the results of increased emphasis being laid on ICT strategies in recent policy agendas of most countries in the region to reduce the digital divide and increase competitiveness.

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State of the Art Healthcare Centre Breaks Ground in Trinidad

A Canadian-designed national oncology centre on the Caribbean island of Trinidad, is being built at an estimated cost of $24 million (US) will host a variety of cancer treatment services, including radiation therapy, chemotherapy and four radiation bunkers that will be connected to the main hospital by a two-level covered walkway.

Designed by Toronto’s Farrow Partnership Architects (FPA), the 71,000-square-foot, three-storey centre will function as a regional health resource for the Caribbean. The facility will also be linked with The University of The West Indies for education and training purposes.

Construction managers are EllisDon. The project team includes mechanical/electrical engineering consultants Rybka Smith and Ginsler, structural engineering consultants Halsall and cost consultants Hanscomb Ltd.state of the art healthcare

FPA said the overall site strategy is designed to stitch the new structure into the existing campus at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences complex.

Given the threat of hurricanes, the building has been wind-tested and designed to withstand heavy winds and rain, said project architect John Kapov.

Toronto’s Comprehensive Care International is the project management firm responsible for development of the centre and the national oncology program in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Green Gold Starts to Flow as US Company Plans Ethanol Dehydration Plant in Caribbean

US company Tampa Energy and partners plan to invest $50 million in a new ethanol dehydration plant to be based in the Dominican Republic and to supply the U.S. market. http://www.cattlenetwork.com/content.asp?contentid=114481
In the first two years 2008-09 the plant's processing capacity is expected to be roughly 50 million gallons (190 million liters) per year.

Ethanol exported to the U.S. via Caribbean and Central American countries currently enjoys a tariff-free quota of up to 7% of the U.S. market, under a trade agreement known as the Caribbean Basin Initiative or CBI. Once that quota is exceeded, companies have to pay a hefty 54-cent-per-gallon U.S. ethanol tariff if the ethanol uses imported feedstock.

As U.S. interest in renewable fuels has boomed in the last year and a half, a growing number of companies have eyed the ethanol dehydration sector with newfound interest, including Jamaica's largest commercial poultry producer Jamaica Broilers, with a new 60-million-gallon-per-year plant and EthylChem, which is planning a 100-million-gallon plant on Trinidad and Tobago. Both of the companies' plants are expected to come online in the next few months.

Companies currently exporting ethanol tariff-free to the U.S. via the CBI include U.S. multinational Cargill Inc., London-based trading company ED&F Man, and leading Brazil ethanol exporter Coimex.

Companies such as Coimex, are already looking at investing in local feedstock production in the region, since ethanol sourced from local feedstock have no quota set for tariff-free sales to the U.S.

Tampa Energy and its partners are also looking to build a 130,000 metric ton plant in the Caribbean that will produce gasoline additive ETBE, or ethyl tertiary butyl ether, which uses ethanol as a feedstock, said McDonnell.

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Cayman to the Big Apple and Back - Three Times a Week
George Town, Grand Cayman, B.W.I. - March 21, 2007

The Hon. Charles Clifford, Minister of Tourism, Environment, Investment & Commerce announced that the National Flag Carrier, Cayman Airways Ltd. will, subject to regulatory approval, begin non-stop service from Grand Cayman to New York on June 23, 2007.


The route addresses the needs of the tourism industry and will be convenient for the financial services industry. The New York area is the single largest source market for the Cayman Islands tourism industry with more than 30% of all United States air arrival visitors, coming from the tri-state area. Local residents will enjoy the convenience of the non-stop service for leisure, cultural and shopping opportunities.

Cayman Airways will operate the three weekly flights to John F. Kennedy International Airport. The flights leave Grand Cayman on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 4:10PM and depart New York at 9AM on Thursday, Sunday and Monday.

As the national flag carrier of the Cayman Islands, Cayman Airways operates non-stop Boeing 737 jet service between Chicago, Houston, Tampa, Miami to/from Grand Cayman, and jet service to Cayman Brac, Kingston and Montego Bay, Jamaica and Havana, Cuba. Cayman Airways has also reintroduced daily turbo-prop service via Cayman Airways Express between the three Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.

For additional information, contact your travel agent or Cayman Airways at 1-800-4-CAYMAN. In the Cayman Islands please call 345-949-2311.

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