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Project RESCQ

Restoring endangered coral species to TCI reefs. Story & Photos By Don Stark, Chairman, Turks & Caicos Reef Fund Coral reefs form some of the planet’s most biologically diverse ecosystems, providing protection of beaches, habitat for fishes, and a natural source of carbon capture from the atmosphere (corals build their homes out of calcium carbonate […]

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The Time Has Come!

A dolphin sanctuary for the Turks & Caicos Islands. By Don Stark, Chairman, Turks & Caicos Reef Fund Facilities housing captive marine mammals for the entertainment of tourists have been around for many years. It is only recently that people have begun to realize that keeping highly intelligent, family-oriented, social animals such as dolphins in […]

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Speed Born in Grand Turk

Delano Williams participates in 2016 Summer Olympics. By Jody Rathbeb When Delano Williams ran in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he officially represented Great Britain. But there’s more to that story. Currently a resident of Kingston, Jamaica, he was born and raised on Grand Turk and continues to cherish the memories […]

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Food for Thought

North Caicos Tea Company

Serving up tradition, one sip at a time. By Jody Rathgeb ~ Photos By Tom Rathgeb T is for tradition. T is for taste. T is for time. T is for tenacity. But most of all, T is for tea, which blends all of the above into the island experience of North Caicos Tea Company. […]

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A Mariner’s Tale

By Captain Willard E. Kennedy, Master Mariner Captain Willard Kennedy came into the Museum one day and asked the staff if we wanted his sextant and navigational tools. What a wonderful gift, and through emails we have been privileged to learn about this “Salt Cay boy” and his journey through life. The Museum thanks Captain […]

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A Phantasmal Project

Saving the Ghost Fleet of the Caicos Islands. By Dr. Donald H. Keith, President, Turks & Caicos National Museum Foundation Unbeknownst to most residents of these islands, a fleet of ancient ships has sailed the Caicos for more than 200 years. A ghost fleet of sorts, almost invisible. Hundreds of people have looked right at […]

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New Development

Paradise by the Fraction

Long Bay Beach Club introduces new villa ownership concept. By Kathy Borsuk ~ Photos Courtesy Long Bay Beach Club Staying in a beachfront luxury villa with family and friends is a vacation option that is growing in popularity in the Turks & Caicos Islands. The combination of comfort, privacy, and versatility—along with enjoying the most […]

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Meal Time!

The past, present and future of feeding the Turks & Caicos Islands. By Dr. Alastair M. Smith, School for Field Studies, Center for Marine Resource Studies, South Caicos, and Dr. Jessica Paddock, Sustainable Consumption Institute, Manchester University, UK One of the many reasons that a growing number of people are flocking to visit the Turks […]

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On the Cover

Ileana Ravasio of Attimi Photography spent a morning on the road with motorcyclists from TCIRide to capture this cover image and others in the story on page 32. This multi-talented woman is the Turks & Caicos’ exclusive photographer for Condé Nast Brides magazine, as well. Visit at: www.attimiphotography.com

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