"Every month or so they have meetings to discuss where to allocate the little money they have next. Top priority right now is more water/boat regulations to protect snorkelers and swimmers." ziggy
it is impossible to underestimate the importance of stricter regulations on boat operators. after witnessing several very danderous/illeagle manuvers by banana boat operators in April, we felt compelled to stop and talk to an inspector in the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Dept. to discuss this issue. He assured it was priority #1, adding that of all the banana boat operators on Grace Bay only 1 had a valid license. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
Strict enforcement is on the way and any violation of the rules will be met will zero tolerance. Glad to hear it. And, yes even T&C Police officers and Island Politicians read TA, and when T&C was referred to as "the kill zone" (the officer's words, not mine) in a recent review after a snorkeling tragedy they "stood up and took notice".
Delapitaded buildings....never been on an Island that did not have one (except maybe St. Barts).
dead tourists..............bad PR for any island!!!!
I'm just talkin'!!!!!!!!Edited: 06 May 2012, 4:19