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SUCCESSFUL INAUGURAL GSA INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE NOW COMPLETED! St. George — The Grenada Sailing Association (GSA) proudly announces the successful completion of the inaugural GSA Instructor Training Course.  With support from the Minister for Sport, the Hon. Emmalin Pierre and Permanent Secretary Mrs Veda Bruno-Victor and the Grenada Olympic Association, the GSA developed the course […]

GSA INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE 2013 St. George — The Grenada Sailing Association is proud to announce the GSA Instructor Training Course for 2013.


THE MARINE AND YACHTING SECTOR IN GRENADAECONOMIC IMPACT ASSESSMENTFINAL REPORT St. George — The net economic impact of the yachting sector on Grenada’s GDP is estimated at EC$130,382,053. The direct impact on employment is estimated at 750 jobs. The induced employment impact is estimated at 162 jobs for a grand total impact on employment of […]

DEEFER DIVING LAUNCHES FIRST CARRIACOU-BUILT CATAMARAN Hillsborough Bay — Carriacou, saw the launch of a very special boat on Saturday 8th June. Catamaran “Bobcat” is the first of its kind to be built in Carriacou.

SLAP IN THE FACE The recommencing of the marina project in Carriacou is a slap in the face for environmentalist and the people of the Grenadines.

“NO MANGROVE, NO MULLET” Regarding the stalled/proposed Tyrrel Bay Marina, here is an alternative, sustainable approach for realizing the project which might benefit more than the developer. I will focus on its potential impact on the Tyrrel Bay Mangrove Forest and interconnected eco and environmental systems.

A PERFECT SEASON FINALE AT GRENADA’S PORT LOUIS MARINA St. George — The Oyster Caribbean Regatta, which concluded on 13 April, has capped another successful season at Camper & Nicholsons’ Port Louis Marina, and confirmed Grenada as one of the Caribbean’s prime destinations for its high quality sailing and its unrivalled welcome ashore.

OECS OFFICIALS DEVELOP ACTION PLAN TO UNLOCK THE ECONOMIC POTENTIAL OF THE YACHTING SECTOR Castries — Public and private sector officials from all nine OECS Member States assembled in Tortola, British Virgin Islands from February 27-28 to engage in a working session geared towards developing an Action Plan for the yachting sector.

GRENADA UNDERTAKES ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY ON YACHTING St. George — Grenada’s marine and yachting sector continues to grow and play an ever-increasing role in attracting foreign direct investment, complementing Grenada’s land-based tourism product, generating revenue for ancillary businesses, providing high-skills job opportunities for Grenadians, and generating significant tax receipts for Government. The challenge now is […]

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