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Destroying coral for Cruise ships

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Old Wednesday 4th December 2019, 21:20   #1
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Destroying coral for Cruise ships

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Thanks for posting Andy. Though this makes my blood boil. The kind of tourists these companies are shipping in, (with animators dressed as pirates - so trashy) should be not allowed to go here, send 'em to Disneyland or Dubai - not the Caymans I say. These companies want to berth ships with "almost 9,000 passengers" into areas full of nature, its madness. I guess this will go ahead and the Caymans will degrade, on many levels. Very sad, same old story.
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