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Thursday, February 11, 2016

Bahamas' Deep Water Cay Plans $168 Million Expansion, Six Senses Resort

Another big project is coming to the Bahamas. The Deep Water Cay resort community in the Bahamas is planning a major expansion, the country’s government announced this week.
The Bahamian government has approved a $168 million expansion of the island’s resort, with Six Senses as operator of a five-star, mixed-use project.
According to Minister for Grand Bahama Michael Darville, the project will be phased over a seven-year period.
The project is slated to include 56 hotel keys and 65 custom-built residences, along with a 7,000-square-foot, two-story spa and fitness center. Also coming on stream will be five eateries, including a full-service restaurant, a cooking school for guests and 2,500 square feet flexible space for meetings and events.
Six Senses operates a portfolio of resorts and spas around the world, with most of its resort located in Asia...
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Behold The Islands of the Bahamas

The Islands of The Bahamas are unlike any place on earth. So unique that most travelers never want to leave. The Bahamas is made up of an estimated 700 Islands and Cays spread over 100,000 square miles of crystal clear waters. The name Bahamas is derived from the Spanish name "Baja Mar" meaning shallow water or sea. Not only does The Bahamas have the clearest waters in the world but it also enjoys beautifully warm weather all year around. The Bahamas constantly finds itself as the #1 destination for travels escaping the frigid winter snow. The Bahamas is located 90 miles west off the coast of Florida which makes traveling to The Bahamas very convenient, only a short 30 minute flight from Miami or Fort Lauderdale. There are also daily international flights from all over the world including USA, Canada, UK and China just to name a few. Along with its beautiful weather and location The Bahamas has proven to be a stable, democratic and secure environment for all locals and visitors alike making it a very desirable place for real estate developments, mega resort destinations and second home buyers.
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Rum Journal: John Watling Distillery

John Watling’s Distillery home to JOHN WATLING’S rum, the “Spirit of The Bahamas” offers complimentary tours at its home, the Buena Vista Estate, in Downtown Nassau. The historic Estate, founded in 1789 and overlooking the harbour, is the site where Bahamians hand-craft JOHN WATLING’S small-batch rums. At the Estate, John Watling’s features a free production and museum-like tour, shopping and signature Bahamian cocktails at its Red Turtle Tavern. Within walking distance from the cruise ship port in Downtown Nassau, John Watling’s Distillery is located on Delancy Street and is open from 10am-6pm, seven days a week (except for National Holidays) and on Friday’s until 9pm.

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