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Weekly Events At Camana Bay

Weekly Events At Camana Bay

Spend summer days on Grand Cayman at Camana Bay, a lively waterfront town located just a short stroll from South Bay Beach Club. Throughout the week during summertime, Camana Bay features movies, shopping, kids’ camps, story time, a farmers’ market and more.

Classics at the Cinema

Every Tuesday, Camana Bay hosts Classics at the Cinema, an event featuring a new film each week. Classic movies run in the venue’s VIP theater and tickets are only CI$20. Cinemagoers receive a free small popcorn with ticket purchase.

Summer Splash

All summer long, splash around in Camana Bay’s Jasmine and Crescent Fountains from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. or watch as others have fun. Escape the heat by playing in the fountains (kids can build their own playgrounds). Stay into the evening and enjoy dinner at one of Camana Bay’s fantastic restaurants.

Story Time

Story Time takes place every Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Camana Bay Cinema. Toddlers love Story Time Tuesdays where they also sing along to favorite kid tunes. Story Time at Camana Bay is open to everyone and free to the public.

Live Music

On Fridays and Saturdays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Abacus in Camana Bay presents evenings showcasing live music from Grand Cayman’s best musicians. Savor drinks and a meal on Abacus on the Paseo as you soak up sounds of the Caribbean.

Camana Bay Cinema’s Kids Club

Every other Saturday morning at Camana Bay Cinema is reserved for the Kids’ Club. Families can sit down to see beloved movies in a setting with softer sounds and brighter lights just for little ones. Ticket prices are only CI$5.

The Flavour Tour

West Indies Wine Company invites Grand Cayman locals and visitors to discover the flavors of life in the Cayman Islands. The Flavour Tour is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m. and it includes 3 plates from Camana Bay’s top restaurants, as well as 4 beverages. The walking tour makes 5 stops in Camana Bay and is a fun event that’s not to be missed.

Open Canvas

Open Canvas is a weekly event providing a public venue for Grand Cayman artists to show off their work and talents. They also work on artistic creations right there with audience watching. Art enthusiasts love watching paintings go from beginning to beautiful end, one stroke of the brush at a time.

Find the heart of Camana Bay at 10 Market Street | Camana Bay | Grand Cayman KY1-9006.

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  • July 17th, 2018

Kids’ Summer Events At Camana Bay

Kids’ Summer Events At Camana Bay

Kids and their families can have fun all summer long in Camana Bay, a lively waterfront town located just minutes from South Bay Beach Club. From cooking classes and photograph lessons to story time and imaginative play, there is something to keep little ones occupied during a long and lazy season.

These are some of the top kids’ summer events taking place at Camana Bay on Grand Cayman:

Story Time

Every Tuesday and Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., children can hear stories at Books & Books in Camana Bay. These events are free and they’re perfect for toddlers who like to listen to a great story and participate in sing-alongs.

Each week there is a different exciting book to explore and new songs to sing. Young readers can use their imaginations and expand their minds, as they embrace their creative sides with popular stories and singing.

Imagination Playground

Camana Bay’s Imagination Playground is a new concept in play that fosters sensory exploration and creativity. The playground is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. every Tuesday and Saturday in July.

Imagination Playground a free space for kids that promotes inclusion and discovery. Giant foam blocks, wagons, mats, crates and fabric provide the perfect setting for building, dreaming, exploring and playing. After an afternoon at Imagination Playground, snack it up at one of the restaurants or snack shops in Camana Bay for a treat or dinner.

Summer Camps in Camana Bay

Every summer, Camana Bay hosts summer camps for kids of every age. There are opportunities to dive into cuisine, art, photography, sports and craft projects. In the past, children have learned to play frisbee, cricket, golf, football and basketball at Camana Bay summer camps. They’ve enjoyed science projects, ocean exploration, along with gardening and building community.

A Budding Chef Culinary Camp is always a highlight of the summer. Children make pasta and Super Snacks as well as farm-to-table dishes created with ingredients sourced from Camana Bay’s weekly farmers market.

Last year’s music camp for children ages 4 to 12 was a hit. Young musicians trained their ears to appreciate the fine details of music and they even put on a talent show.

Many of the summer activities that take place at Camana Bay are fee-based. So, contact Camana Bay to find out more about the cost of the events you’re interested in.

Camana Bay | 10 Market Street, Cayman Islands | 345.640.4000

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  • July 10th, 2018

Live Music On Grand Cayman

Live Music On Grand Cayman

Listen to the sounds of the Caribbean throughout the week by hitting up some of the live music venues near South Bay Beach Club. There are tunes to suit everyone and venues that inspire. Of course, drinks are always flowing and you’ll meet tons of great people.

Here are some of our favorite live music events on Grand Cayman:

Live Music at Bar Crudo

Every Tuesday and Thursday, Bar Crudo hosts musicians that entertain with a variety of material. It all happens in George Town below Guy Harvey’s, which is just minutes from South Bay Beach Club.

Live music events at Bar Crudo are free to attend and there are $5 happy hour drink specials available starting at 5 p.m. Head over there and enjoy the sounds of DJ Cardiac. The waterfront atmosphere is completely relaxing and perfect for ending an evening.

Music Tuesdays and Thursdays at Bar Crudo starts at 7 p.m. and ends at 9 p.m.

Bar Crudo | 49 South Church Street, George Town, Grand Cayman

Jam Night at Lone Star

Grab a seat at Lone Star on Wednesdays for Jam Night, a fun event that draws Cayman Islands residents and tourists. From 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. every Wednesday, Lone Star comes alive with pumping beats and drink specials!

In addition to live music, you’ve got to make it to Lone Star for the Red Stripe & Bacardi Razz specials that flow all night long. What better way to wind down after an active day on Grand Cayman than listening to tunes while sipping cocktails with new and old friends?

Lone Star | 688 West Bay Road, George Town, Grand Cayman

Live Music Fridays at Lone Star

From 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Fridays in July, Lone Star in Grand Cayman hosts musicians in a range of genres. There will be a new band every week. So if you’re visiting the Cayman Island for a while, make Lone Star Live Music Fridays your regular weekly event.

You’ll love the casual and celebratory vibe at this restaurant that features plenty of TVs, seating and cocktail options. Lone Star is a local favorite hangout with drinks, food, and fun.

Lone Star | 688 West Bay Road, George Town, Grand Cayman

Welcome to Grand Cayman and our great live music scene. If you need more information about any of the live music events that take place throughout the week near South Bay Beach Club, let us know!

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  • July 4th, 2018

July Summer Events In Camana Bay

July Summer Events In Camana Bay

July in Camana Bay will be filled with thrills for kids’ and nighttime movies to art displays and fresh farmers market eats.

Camana Bay is a lively waterfront village on Grand Cayman, just minutes from South Bay Beach Club. It’s our island’s version of a small town and it comprises 685 master-planned acres of shops, restaurants and gathering spaces.

The mixed-use community promotes connectivity, walkability, diversity, and sustainability through beautiful and thoughtful design as well as regular events that take place throughout the year.

This July, residents, and tourists will enjoy:

Farmers & Artisans Market (Every Wednesday)

Head to The Paseo in Camana Bay on a Wednesday, from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., to discover an array of local purveyors of fruits, vegetables, farm goods and handcrafted items. The weekly market also features live entertainment, art displays, and cultural activities.

Open Canvas (Every Wednesday)

Every Wednesday in July in Camana Bay, Open Canvas provides a venue for local artists to display their work to the public. They come together to reveal their latest creations, and many of the artisans paint new pieces right at the venue. Watch art come to life at Open Canvas, which takes place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Camana Bay Cinema’s Kids Club (Saturday, July 7)

On Saturday, July 11, kids and adults can enjoy a classic family-friendly movie with softer sound and brighter lights, perfect for little ones and their older companions. Tickets to the Camana Bay Cinema’s Kids Club at Camana Bay Cinema on the 11th are CI$15 per person and Cars 2 (PG) is the scheduled film (subject to change).

Culture at the Cinema (Saturday, July 21)

Culture at the Cinema is a series of films screened at Camana Bay Cinema. On Saturday, July 21, Macbeth is the movie of choice and it begins promptly at 8 p.m. Culture at the Cinema is an 18-years-and-over event. Tickets are available at the Camana Bay Cinema box office.

Getting to Camana Bay

To get to Camana Bay from South Bay Beach Club and Seven Mile Beach, just follow the footpath sights that sit along West Bay Road. You’ll go up and over The Rise, a pedestrian walkway, and then straight into The Paseo in Camana Bay’s Town Centre.

Camana Bay | 10 Market Street | Camana Bay | Grand Cayman KY1-9006

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  • June 27th, 2018

Constitution Day Fireworks, Grand Cayman

Constitution Day Fireworks, Grand Cayman

On July 4th, Grand Cayman celebrates independence with its American friends. The date marks Constitution Day in the Cayman Islands, a commemoration of the first written Cayman Island constitution approved by London in 1958 and official on July 4th, 1959.

The holiday is a proud time each year for residents on our islands. We get together and revel in freedom and friendship, and enjoy a grand fireworks display in Camana Bay.

This year’s festive Constitution Day celebration in Camana Bay takes place on Monday, July 2, just a couple of days before the actual holiday. From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The Crescent in Camana Bay, we will listen to live music, eat great food, play games, win prizes, paint our kids’ faces and watch a spectacular fireworks show.

The Crescent is an open-space that’s our version of a small town center with meeting areas and incredible views of the water into the North Sound. Join us at The Crescent for a free fireworks display and good times. The entertainment will be off the charts and there will be plenty of drinks flowing.

About Constitution Day

Constitution Day in the Cayman Islands celebrates the day when we no longer were a dependency of Jamaica. The Cayman Islands relationship with Jamaica changed once again in 1962 when that country became independent. In 1972, a revised constitution had a profound effect on Cayman and all of its residents.

There would be other constitutional changes over the years, with the Bill of Rights established in 2012 perhaps being the most significant. A public meeting of roughly 500 people led to a spirited discussion and debate that would shape the Bill of Rights and the rights of the Cayman public.

Head to Camana Bay on July 2nd and revel in Constitution Day joy with us. This day and celebration is an important part of our culture and heritage.

About Camana Bay

Camana Bay is a lively waterfront village located on Grand Cayman, just minutes from South Bay Beach Club. This small town area features shopping, dining, and events that give Cayman locals and tourists a myriad of opportunities for enjoyment each day and night.

There’s something for everyone at Camana Bay. With more than 685 master-planned acres spanning from sea to sound, you’ll be able to find the perfect place to explore, relax, connect and learn more about the Cayman Islands.

Constitution Day Fireworks | 10 Market Street | Camana Bay | Grand Cayman KY1-9006

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  • June 20th, 2018

Moonlight & Movies: Summer Series (Camana Bay, Grand Cayman)

Moonlight & Movies: Summer Series (Camana Bay, Grand Cayman)

Head to Camana Bay every Tuesday in June for Moonlight & Movies: Summer Series. This popular summertime event on Grand Cayman features free movies throughout the summer under the stars at one of the most popular Cayman destinations.

Film screenings begin at 7 p.m. in Camana Bay’s Gardenia Court. All ages are invited to attend this family-friendly celebration of summer and movies. Watch a different cinematic hit each week if you’ll be visiting Grand Cayman for a while. Bring a picnic to enjoy on the grass or just come with your blanket in tow.

Relax and enjoy the movie on an outdoor big screen and delight in the company of Cayman residents and tourists. This kid-approved event takes place just minutes from South Bay Beach Club.

About Camana Bay

Camana Bay is a lively waterfront town tucked into a beautiful spot on Grand Cayman. It’s where much of our island’s nightlife and daytime fun happen. Restaurants, retail boutiques and good times await at this amazing place that satisfies food cravings, offers luxury retail therapy and fosters a sense of community with expansive gathering spaces.

Swing on a hammock, shop the weekly Farmers & Artisans Market, climb a 75-foot Observation Tower and enjoy people watching. Kids are frequently found splashing in Camana Bay’s fountains and rolling happily in the grass.

The joy and excitement of Camana Bay take place just steps from stunning Seven Mile Beach. This master-planned area comprising more than 675 acres stretches from sea to sound and provides a place for all to explore, be inspired and unwind.

The mixed-use project promotes connectivity, walkability, diversity and sustainability through creative, attractive and thoughtful design. Discover Camana Bay near South Bay Beach Club and enjoy the many events that take place there throughout the year.

Getting to Camana Bay

By Foot

You can easily get to Camana Bay from the strip at Seven Mile Beach. Just follow the footpath signs that sit on West Bay Road. They’ll guide you up and over a pedestrian walkway called The Rise and you’ll be on your way to The Paseo in Camana Bay’s Town Centre.

By Car

Effortlessly drive to Camana Bay by car from George Town, West Bay and Owens International Airport.

By Boat

Use the following coordinates to arrive at Camana Bay channel entrance by boat:

Latitude: 19.323510 Longitude: -81.367715
Coordinates for the Camana Bay Harbour:
Latitude: 19.321573 Longitude: -81.376449

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  • June 12th, 2018

Grease By The Cayman Drama Society

Grease By The Cayman Drama Society

Grease is coming to The Prospect Playhouse in Red Bay, Grand Cayman for 3 weekends of performances in June. Tickets to the event are now on sale and are expected to sell out quickly, so grab yours while you can.

Rediscover a classic story set against the hoppin’ backdrop of Rock ‘n’ Roll in the 1950s. Theatergoers will be transported to Rydell High School in 1959, right into the lives of new-girl-in-town Sandy and too-cool-for-school Danny Zuko. A secret summertime romance spins this tale that skips a beat when the pair get back to school in the fall.

Things are different now. Sandy tries to navigate Rydell’s tricky social circles and stay on Danny’s radar. Danny, however, has to maintain his reputation of the school’s tough guy and doesn’t have time for sweet stuff. Leave it to the Pink Ladies though to help their new girlfriend Sandy win back the greaser gang’s leader.

Grease was created by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey in 1971, and it was performed 3,388 times during its first run on Broadway. The play received 7 prestigious Tony Award nominations. Grease played in London’s West End in 1974 and the film adaptation because a pop culture sensation in 1978. In fact, the eponymous movie is often cited as the most popular cinematic musical of all time.

Since it’s rise to cult status in the 70s, Grease has been back to famed Broadway and the West End. It has also run around the world. Cayman Drama Society is proud to bring Cayman Islands visitors and locals their rendition of Grease beginning on Friday, June 1st.

Cayman Drama Society provides quality live theatre performances to enrich, educate and entertain residences and tourists of the Cayman Islands. The company offers lifelong opportunities for performers and fosters creative expression. You can find out more about Cayman Drama Society by visiting their website or Facebook page.

Grease Performance Dates:

June 1-2; June 7, 8, 9, 10; June 21, 22, 23, 24

Happy Hour: 6:30 p.m.

Show Time: 7:30 p.m.

Ticket Prices: Adults – CI$30, Students/Children: CI$20

Location: The Prospect Playhouse | 223B Shamrock Road, Red Bay, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

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  • June 5th, 2018

Flowers One Mile Sea Swim & Walk & Watch 2018

Flowers One Mile Sea Swim & Walk & Watch 2018

What better way is there to enjoy the beautiful blue waters surrounding Grand Cayman than participating in a refreshing swim and leisure walk on the shore? Casual and Olympic-level swimmers can dive into the sea or simply onlook on June 18 for the annual Flowers One Mile Sea Swim & Walk & Watch.

The yearly event draws roughly 1,000 locals and tourists who take part in a 1-mile swim running parallel to Seven Mile Beach. Though there are great prizes to be had just for finishing the swim, many participants just come to walk the beach and watch the swimmers.

Schedule of Events

Flowers One Mile Sea Swim & Walk & Watch starts at Tiki Beach and ends at Westin Grand Cayman. Check-in is from 12 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. and the race starts sharply at 2 p.m. (Depending on the ocean currents on the day of the race, the start and finish locations may reverse – all notifications will be announced prior).

On Monday June 18th, serious swimmers will take part in Flowers International 5K and 10K swims. Check-in, arm marking and the reading of the rules for this race is at 5:30 a.m. The Male 5K and 10K begins at 7 a.m. and the Female 5K and 10K starts at 7:05 a.m. The location for this event is TBA (see the Flowers Sea Swim for updates).

Swim & Walk & Watch

If you’re visiting Grand Cayman from June 16th to the 18th, head to Seven Mile Beach to compete in or watch the Flowers One Mile Sea Swim & Walk & Watch. Discover a great gathering of people along the crystal clear and flat waters of this world-famous beach. The sunning shoreline at Seven Mile Beach is one of the biggest tourist destinations on the planet for a good reason, and this natural wonder is home to one of Cayman’s top sporting events during June.

A rich and rewarding race, Flowers One Mile Sea Swim & Walk & Watch offers the opportunity to win $100,000 in prizes. Better than these riches, the event is also a fundraiser that sees all entry fees donated to a local charity. Competitors each year are from various abilities and range from 8 to 80 years young. Every race so far has brought Cayman brothers and Olympic swimmers Brett and Shaune Fraser to participate. These locals have also provided children with inspiration.

If you don’t want to get in the water, you can walk the beach or sit and watch the race. This is an excellent way to share the thrill of the day and contribute to a great cause. Walkers and watchers can win fabulous prizes too!

For more information, visit the Flowers Sea Swim website.

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  • May 29th, 2018

Free Cayman Islands National Museum Admission For Residents

Free Cayman Islands National Museum Admission For Residents

On Saturday, June 2, residents of the Cayman Islands will receive free admission to the Cayman Islands National Museum. The museum is a great place to learn about the cultural heritage of all 3 islands and discover more about our unique geography.

While visitors to Grand Cayman don’t get into the museum free of charge, the attraction is still worth a trip. This year, the Cayman Islands National Museum celebrates its 27th anniversary. The beloved museum sits inside of the oldest surviving open-to-the-public building in the Cayman Islands, which was constructed in the 1830s.

Galleries at the Cayman Islands National Museum

The Cayman Islands National Museum houses 2 permanent galleries, 3 rotating galleries (including 1 for kids) and an audiovisual theatre. Its mission is to provide educational and creative exhibits and programming that engage people in a fun way.

Natural History Gallery

In the museum’s Natural History Gallery, explore the various habitats on our islands and take a simulated submarine dive all the way down to the Cayman Islands’ famous wall. Learn about nesting turtle sites and Cayman animal life as well as our wetlands.

Cultural History Gallery

The Cultural History Gallery features themed exhibitions that tell a tale of a seafaring man and his catboat. Uncover the details of the pioneers, industries and court trials that shaped the development of the Cayman Islands. Video re-enactments of history are a highlight of this gallery.

Special Programming and Events

Throughout the year, the Cayman Islands National Museum holds celebrations and annual events like International Museum Day and a Museum Anniversary Celebration. There are ongoing speaker series and guided tours, and schools may come in for special programs.

Gift Shop

Visit the museum gift shop to pick up a special Caymanian gift like a piece of Caymanite jewelry or a thatch basket. The gift shop also sells flags, crafts, prints, postcards and books.

The Cayman Islands National Museum is located at:

3 Harbour Drive at Shedden Road, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Adults – KYD$6.40
Seniors/Children/Residents/School Children: Ask about discounted tickets

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  • May 22nd, 2018

Live Music Tuesdays And Thursdays At Bar Crudo

Tuesday and Thursday evenings come to life with live music at Bar Crudo, a popular hangout that is part of Guy Harvey’s Island Grill. From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday in May, Cayman residents and tourists enjoy the sounds of DJ Cardiac. Happy Hour drink specials get revelers in the mood from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Bar Crudo overlooks the picturesque George Town harbor and offers authentic Caribbean cuisine. The decor features artwork from bar and grill owner, and marine wildlife artist, Dr. Guy Harvey’s private and exclusive collection. Dr. Guy Harvey’s head chef, Indika, is a 2-time Chef of the Year award winner and his passion for cooking shows in the unique and tantalizing menu offerings visitors will get to sample.

Guy Harvey’s Island Grill

All dishes on Guy Harvey’s menu reflect his dedication to conservation projects and ingredients are carefully selected to improve long-term ocean stock. Also at Guy Harvey’s, Stogies Cigar Lounge adds an additional ambiance to enjoy on the harbourfront. Stogies features a relaxing environment where guests linger with Cuban cigars and savor beverages from a selection that includes more than 100 exclusive rums, whiskies and fine cognacs.

About Dr. Guy Harvey

Dr. Guy Harvey has a unique combination of skills and experience, including being a scientist, artist, angler, diver, explorer, conservationist and restaurant/bar owner. He fiercely devotes his life to his love of the sea and his family. His passion for the wonder and beauty of the underwater world drives him to be a leading advocate for the environment and a respected conservationist.

Spend your next Tuesday or Thursday evening, or both nights, in the Cayman Islands at Bar Crudo, Guy Harvey’s Island Grill and Stogies Cigar Lounge. Let the sounds of live music fill your soul and enjoy getting loose to the island beats. Have fun gathering with a diverse crowd that comes together in true island spirit. These weekly events are some of the most special in the Caribbean, and they’re all easily accessible activities from South Bay Beach Club.

Bar Crudo – Guy Harvey’s Island Grill – Stogies Cigar Lounge | 55 South Church Street, George Town, Grand Cayman | 345.946.9000

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  • May 8th, 2018

Dancing And Live Music At The Wharf Throughout May

Throughout May, Cayman residents and visitors have the opportunity to dance to Latin rhythms and listen to live music at The Wharf, one of the top oceanside restaurants on Grand Cayman, the perfect place to spend an evening on Seven Mile Beach.

Spend Tuesday Salsa Nights taking free lessons from 9:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. and moving to the beats of a live DJ who plays until 12:45 a.m. The music begins at 9 p.m., so come early, get your dancing shoes on and fuel up with a pre-Salsa dinner (reservations required).

Saturdays evenings at The Wharf are for listing to Barefoot Man with Sea N’B. Grab a drink and swing to sweet sounds as you soak up the island life. Music starts playing at 8 a.m. and winds down at 11 p.m.

About The Wharf

The Wharf on Grand Cayman is in its 30th year as one of the most highly regarded restaurants on the island. It offers an exceptional dining experience right on the beach, allowing guests to look out over the stunning Caribbean Sea from the starting point of Seven Mile Beach.

Relax and groove in an unsurpassed setting at the Wharf, a restaurant featuring an award-winning, climate-controlled wine cellar that houses more than 300 bottles and vintages. Sip the perfect cocktail and discover happy hour specials at The Wharf, a charming seaside bar that offers an ideal vantage point for indulging in sensational Cayman Islands sunsets.

Happy Hour Fridays at the Wharf run from 5 p.m to 7 p.m. and offer hors d’oeuvres at special prices. The last Friday of every month is Boogie Nights at The Wharf. This popular event is a local favorite, so find some bell bottoms on our island and show up to hear the DJ spin some spectacular 70s and 80s singles. Also, watch the legendary tarpon (fish) feedings every night at 7:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. The Wharf on Grand Cayman is a venue that offers something for everyone.

Looking to hold a special gathering on Grand Cayman? Consider a party, wedding, meeting or other event at The Wharf, and enjoy dynamic catering in a fantastic seaside setting. The Wharf offers a full and eclectic menu for lunch, dinner, happy hour and drinks.

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  • April 26th, 2018

Culture At The Cinema Presents Hamlet

On Saturday, April 21, Culture at the Cinema presents Hamlet at Regal Cinema in Camana Bay. Part of a monthly series that is a favorite on Grand Cayman, this event is a filmed, live presentation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet that will run on a movie screen.

Culture at the Cinema brings internationally renowned stage shows to the Cayman Islands with theater and ballet productions that are recorded around the world and then show to audiences at Regal Cinema. These shows give residents and visitors a chance to experience the theater within a beloved, local and intimate setting. A full bar, family friendly drinks, menu and snack offerings accompanies each theatrical production screening.

The April 2018, the Culture at the Cinema showing of Hamlet begins at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. In the National Theatre Live performance that originally ran in 2015, Academy Award® nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC’s The Imitation Game, Sherlock) assumed the title role. This version of Hamlet has been viewed by more than 700,000 people around the world and it returns to cinemas this year to reach an even broader audience.

As a country prepares for war and arms itself, a family destroys itself. Hamlet is forced to avenge his father’s death, but the task he must complete paralyzes him. The impossibility of his predicament swells rage inside that threatens his sanity and his country’s security. Lyndsey Turner (Chimerica, Posh) directed this production of Hamlet and Sonia Friedman Productions produced it.

Tickets to see Hamlet at Regal Cinemas are CI$40 for adults (includes a free glass of champagne). Due to licensing restrictions, Saturday events at Regal Cinema are 18+ only. Bring a date or come along to see a heralded performance in a luxurious seat. Culture at the Cinema is a relaxing and enjoyable way to spend an evening in the Cayman Islands.

Additional Culture at the Cinema Screening at Regal Cinema:

May 19th, 2018 – Julius Caesar (Doors open at 7 p.m., 8 p.m. start time)

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare – Broadcasted live from London, Culture at the Cinema presents Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare, at Regal Cinema. This version of a world-famous theatrical production stars Ben Whishaw (Hamlet, Skyfall, The Danish Girl) and Michelle Fairley as Brutus and Cassius. David Morrissey (The Walking Dead, The Missing, Hangman) is Mark Antony and David Calder (The Hatton Garden Job, The Lost City of Z) is Caesar.

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  • April 19th, 2018

Wednesday Farmers & Artisans Market In Camana Bay

Stop by the Farmers & Artisans Market in Camana Bay every Wednesday and pick up fresh-picked produce, homemade artisanal foods, local handicrafts and more. This weekly farmers and artisans market is a showcase for delightful things grown and made on Grand Cayman.

Each week, Camana Bay’s shopkeepers and restaurant owners join roughly 40 growers and specialty products purveyors. The offerings at this celebration of local culture and goods includes seasonal fruits and vegetables, gifts, gourmet foods, skincare, jewelry, flowers, teas and coffees, seasonings, jams and more.

The Camana Bay Farmers & Artisans Market opens at 3 p.m. and features live entertainment throughout the course of the event. Musicians and artists come to provide their talents in real-time, demonstrating the creative spirit of the people of Grand Cayman. Enjoy watching crafters and artists show off their skills in weaving, conch blowing, rope making and more.

About Camana Bay

Beautiful Camana Bay is the setting for our community’s weekly Farmers and Artisans Market. Camana Bay is a lively waterfront gathering place where children play in fountains, families linger on lawns and everyone relishes in leisurely island life.

This master-planned community features 675 acres from sea to sound, with many spots to relax, explore and be inspired. Camana Bay is a mixed-use community that promotes walking, connecting and living sustainably in diversity.

Visit Camana Bay and enjoy its thoughtful and beautiful design. This area on Grand Cayman is a favorite with residents and tourists alike, and it features many other events throughout the week along with annual events for major holidays.

Getting to Camana Bay

On Foot

You can get to Camana Bay easily from the strip on Seven Mile Beach. Just follow the footpath signs set all along West Bay Road. They’ll guide you up onto The Rise, which is a pedestrian walkway, and over to The Paseo in Camana Bay’s Town Centre.

By Car

It’s easy to get to Camana Bay by car from West Bay and George Town.

By Boat

Anyone taking their own boat to Camana Bay can reach the community by plugging in the following coordinates, which direct water travelers to the main channel entrance:

Latitude: 19.323510 Longitude: -81.367715
Coordinates for the Camana Bay Harbour:
Latitude: 19.321573 Longitude: -81.376449

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  • April 14th, 2018

Community Chess In Camana Bay

Every Tuesday during April, West Indies Wine Company will host Community Chess in Camana Bay. This fun gathering for Grand Cayman residents and visitors alike takes place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and is free to attend.

Learn to play chess and join in weekly open challenges. Anyone can come for an introduction to the game, and to brush up on their skills or show off their talent.

About Camana Bay

In addition to weekly chess, Camana Bay on Grand Cayman offers other fun events for all ages. Camana Bay is a lively waterfront town on Grand Cayman where locals and tourists come to dine, shop, attend a weekly Farmers & Artisans market, hear live music and simply enjoy the laid-back Caribbean lifestyle.

Spend time relaxing on a swinging hammock, watch kids splashing and playing in fountains, climb a 75-foot Observation Tower and more – just steps from famous Seven Mile Beach. Camana Bay offers waterfront lawns that are perfect for lingering and it features many places to be inspired by nature.

This master-planned community is comprised of more than 675 acres spanning from sea to sound. Explore, exercise, connect and enjoy the diversity of Grand Cayman at Camana Bay, a mixed-used gathering space for fun, sun and more.

There are upwards of 600 yearly events that take place at Camana Bay. The venue houses Grand Cayman’s only movie theatre and it serves as a town center for those who want to play, discover and unwind. Dance under the stars and live music events, attend an annual New Year’s Eve party and enjoy many other great things to do in Camana Bay.

Directions to Camana Bay

By Foot

You can get to Camana Bay easily by foot from Seven Mile Beach. Just follow the footpath signs that are located all along West Bay Road. These markers will guide you up to The Rise (a pedestrian walkway) and over it, and then you’ll be heading right to The Paseo in Camana Bay’s Town Centre.

By Car

Camana Bay is easily accessible by car from George Town and West Bay.

By Boat

If you’re cruising your own boat to Camana Bay, plug the following coordinates in for the Camana Bay channel entrance:

Latitude: 19.323510 Longitude: -81.367715
Coordinates for the Camana Bay Harbour:
Latitude: 19.321573 Longitude: -81.376449

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  • April 7th, 2018

Attend Kaibo Kite Fest On Grand Cayman

Buy a kite before or at this year’s Kaibo Kite Fest on Grand Cayman, just make sure you have one because you’re in for a high-flying good time at a fun Caribbean tradition. Kaibo Beach on Grand Cayman is again the site for Kaibo Kite Fest, a joy-filled festival for awe seekers of all ages. This grand celebration of kites features opportunities to fly home-made or professionally constructed kites, and enter a competition to possibly be awarded “best flyer.”

There will be dancing in the sand to music from Bona Fide, a local band who is scheduled to perform unplugged from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Paddle boarding, kayaking and more await those who make their way to beautiful Kaibo Beach on Monday, April 2, 2018.

About Kaibo Kite Fest

Kaibo Kite Fest is part of Kaibo Beach community organizers’ vision to bring Caymanian culture to residents and tourists. The kite festival is an unofficial welcome of the summer season and it takes place when the wind is absolutely perfect for kite flying. The festival happens to take place over Easter break this year, which means many Cayman visitors on vacation have the opportunity to come and enjoy a prized Grand Cayman location.

Grand Cayman’s breezy shoreline will offer so plenty of beauty and lush landscape to be enjoyed. This Kite Fest is a way to showcase how lovely our island beaches are for kids, families and any type of resident or tourist. The event is free and it’s environmentally friendly, as there isn’t need for much except people, kites, wind and music.

Competition entrants have the chance to win prizes from local companies, such as a Digicel smartphone or a Cayman Airways flight. Registration for the various contests begins at 1 p.m. Before or after Kaibo Kite Fest, Kaibo Beach is a perfect place to spend the day with a picnic or just enjoying the company of friends and family.


● Date – April 2, 2018
● Time – 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
● Dance in the sand to local music from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
● Bring your own kite if you can because the kite shop has limited supply
● The Sweet Spot will provide paddle boarding and kayaking entertainment
● Kite competition registration is $5 (charity donation)
● Kaibo Kite Fest proceeds go to Charity Cayman’s ARK
● Win prizes like a Digicel smartphone or Cayman Airways flight

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  • April 1st, 2018

50K Marathon

For many, a visit to the Cayman Islands means a chance to push back from the rigors and demands of everyday life and relax. With its legendary tropical climate, placid, azure-blue waters and stunning beaches, it’s certainly no wonder.

However, not all people think alike. A few brave souls look at this paradise of sun and sand and think, wow, what a great place to put myself through the most grueling physical test of my life. If you are one of these special types, then read on.

Time to Go Off-the-Beaten Track
The 9th annual Off The Beaten Track ultra-marathon is being held on Sunday, Feb. 25, beginning at 5 a.m. Consequently, if warm, tropical breezes and intense racing speak to you, now is the time to act fast and make your reservations to get to the Cayman Islands for this one-of-a-kind event.

This innovative race is an excellent challenge for both first-time and veteran racers, as well as those who have entered this very event in the past. That is because the race course changes substantially from year to year, winding over sandy beaches, back roads and tropical bush. What’s more, the exact race course is kept secret until one week before the event, after which it is key for entrants to study it ahead of time to be aware of its impending challenges.

This event is styled after Morrocco’s Marathon des Sables, a 156-mile run over six days across that country’s hot sands, and allows entrants to compete individually or as part of a six-member team.

More than just a race, Off The Beaten Track also benefits the individual charity each of its six corporate sponsors choose to represent, as well as Facing Africa, an organization that sends surgeons and medical supplies to Sub-Saharan Africa to help treat facial deformities in children there.

Let South Bay Beach Club Take the Heat Off
Since you will be focused on your pre-race rituals, race-day challenges and post-race celebration, let South Bay Beach Club handle everything else. We are known as the premier luxury destination in the Caymans, so why not treat yourself to the best? We’ll make sure your room is clean, fresh and super-comfortable so you can focus on the work, and fun, at hand. Then, we’ll also make sure you don’t miss any of the great sightseeing and dining options after your work is done.

So contact us here at South Bay Beach Club and make your commitment to the race and your own relaxation afterwards.

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  • March 28th, 2018


As we all know, art comes in many shapes and forms, and only a select few pieces make it to the museums and galleries across the globe. Still, there is art everywhere, and usually the best creations come from the streets—and sometimes the beaches—of communities all over the world.

Here in the Cayman Islands, we take our art seriously, but we also like to have fun with it. That is why our annual Chalkfest celebration has become such a hit.

Chalk This Up to Art
This year’s Chalkfest, to be held Saturday, March 31st, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Camana Bay, marks the 14th year of this very popular event. Artists of all ages, styles and abilities are invited to leave their easels, paints and brushes at home and trade them all in for free chalk and the slab of pavement of their choice to simply make art.

Nonetheless, there will be first-, second- and third-place prizes for the best individual and group art works in a number of age categories, including those under 5 years of age, 5 to 7 years old, 8 to 10 years old, 11 and 12 years of age, 13 to 18 years old, and adults 19 years of age and older. Only one entry per category is permitted. Participating artists are encouraged to bring sponges, rags and buckets to help creative types make the most of their chalk work.

If you are interested, you can register on the day of the event. Fees are about $12.00 for adults and $4 for children, depending on the exact exchange rate at the time. It’s all for a good cause, though, as proceeds go toward the Cayman Islands’ National Gallery Outreach Programmes.

In addition to all the creating, there will be multitudes of Easter-themed treats and games available to participants, as well as an artisanal market, face painting, music, balloon animals and a story reading sponsored by Books & Books.

Make South Bay Beach Club Your Artists’ Lair
The Caymans’ premier luxury resort can be your home away from home any time you visit our beautiful islands. Not only do we offer the greatest lodging and amenities, but we’ll make sure you know about every event and can’t-miss attraction during your stay.

So get ready to call on your creative juices and contact us here at South Bay Beach Club so you can take part in all the fun.

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  • March 20th, 2018

Coco Fest

While coconuts may be best known for their contributions to sweet treats around the world, the truth is, this amazing fruit can be used for so much more. In fact, for centuries, it has been used for things as diverse as a source of nutrition, cosmetics, a remedy for ailments and even fuel.

Here in the Cayman Islands, however, we stay focused on just a couple of those uses at our annual Coco Fest on Saturday, Feb. 17.

Nuts for These Fruits
Now in its third year, Coco Fest celebrates all things coconut, from foods of all kinds to games, crafts, beauty products and even music. Naturally, the big hit is the variety of food in which this versatile fruit appears, and visitors will have endless choices, from coconut rundown and coconut calamari to ice creams, pies, kombucha, heavenly cakes, tarts, marshmallows and many others.

There will also be competition, the newest of which is the inaugural Coconut Cake Competition. So if you think your secret recipe should be considered among the best, bring it on in and let the people decide.

In addition, the award-winning documentary Bright Spot will be reshown from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., and the Visual Arts Society will be sponsoring the ever-popular Kids Coconut Corner.

Coco Fest is more than just fun, though, as it helps raise funds for the NCVO’s Children’s Foster Home. So come indulge and help your friends in need at the same time.

But Stay at a Place That Has Not Gone Coconuts
Perhaps the greatest charm of the Cayman Islands is that it offers unparalleled tropical beauty, peace and warmth, both literal and figurative, while at the same time offering so many historical escapes and downright nutty, carefree fun. After all, it is in the DNA of the friendly, imaginative people who call the Caymans home. Similarly, perhaps the greatest charm of South Bay Beach Club is that we make sure you don’t miss a beat of the great sightseeing and dining options here, as well the reverence that always seems to punctuate our celebrations. At the same time, we offer luxurious rooms and treatments that cannot be matched anywhere in the Caymans. From our rooms and spas to the pools and private areas, South Bay Beach Club is the place for the most discerning travelers.

However, if you are looking for a nutty way to express yourself and enjoy quiet luxury, contact us now and prepare to go nuts.

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  • March 10th, 2018

Light Up The Night Breast Cancer Walk

While there are endless activities to do in the Cayman Islands, spending time on the beach may be the most popular. Still, most people head home once the sun sets and miss out on the peace and beauty afforded those who take a leisurely stroll along the water’s edge on Seven Mile Beach in the dark of night.

However, for at least one evening per year, the nighttime beaches come alive to carry the torch for breast cancer. This year, the Light Up the Night Breast Cancer Walk takes place on March 3.

Enjoy Your Vacation and Light Up the Night
Now in its eighth year, the Light Up the Night Breast Cancer Walk helps raise money for the Breast Cancer Foundation. The event is more popular than ever, as Caymanians embrace the opportunity to help others and share their love. You can join them in their good deed while meeting locals and having a great time. In addition, if you are one of the first 100 people to register, you will receive an official glow-in-the-dark T-shirt to commemorate your participation in this eminently worthwhile event. So what’s not to love about spending a Saturday evening walking for this great cause?

Let South Bay Beach Club Make Your Stay a Breeze
If you are contemplating making a visit at that time to take part in the Breast Cancer Walk, consider making South Bay Beach Club your home away from home. As the premier luxury, family-friendly resort in the Caymans, we will make sure you are in comfort throughout your stay and that you take part in all the great events taking place here, and visit all the must-see destinations and go-to restaurants.

If you live in the Caymans or are already here, you can register at the Remax office on Grand Cayman Island. Tickets are about $21, depending on the exchange rate at the time of your registration, and children under 12 can attend for free. For those living abroad, visit for more information. Naturally, you will be able to register on the evening of the event as well.
Simply contact us here at South Bay Beach Club so we can help you not only schedule your blissful vacation in paradise, but also do a good deed at the same time. We’ll do all the heavy lifting. Don’t delay, however, because time is running out.

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  • March 1st, 2018

The Taste Of Cayman Food & Drink Festival

So much of the world comes to the Cayman Islands to take a break from their everyday grind and enjoy the good life here with a slower pace and friendly smiles that help melt away the stress they live with in their daily lives. Such a high percentage of these visitors then return again and again after they come to realize that this breathtaking group of islands is so much more than tropical splendor, white-sand beaches and azure-blue waters.

In fact, the Caymans offer endless stories of history and special events to keep people coming back for something new. One such event is our annual Taste of Cayman Food & Drink festival, and there is still a window of opportunity for you to experience this year’s piece of foodie heaven.

Our Little Event is All Grown Up
It may have had humble beginnings, but the Taste of Cayman is now the islands’ largest culinary celebration and one of tremendous depth and sophistication as it prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary on Jan. 27. Held at Festival Green in Camana Bay, this year’s event promises participation from more than 45 restaurants and 5,000 attendees who will enjoy about 18,000 portions of food.

In addition, there will be competitions and classes to keep everyone absolutely rapt in between meals. And, the event is proudly family-friendly, meaning everyone from the most serious adult diners to kids of all ages will find flavors and fun to occupy their minds and palates.

A Fair with Endless Fare
Taste of Cayman offers something for everyone. From street food to gourmet masterpieces and decadent desserts to the cutting-edge cocktails of the moment, there will be something for every gourmet and gourmand, no matter your taste buds or appetite.

You can contact us here at South Bay Beach Club for information about tickets and how to purchase them. General admission is $45.00 and includes 12 food and drink tokens. VIP tickets are $150.00 and include 25 food and drink tokens, complimentary welcome drinks and canapes, a private cash bar, one experience voucher and express festival entry. Children’s tickets are $20.00, and little ones under five get in free.

Does all this food talk have you intrigued? Well get online or give us a call at South Bay Beach Club to secure a room so you can enjoy a taste of delight in the slice of paradise we call Grand Cayman Island. Then, you can keep up with the updates on the Taste of Cayman Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages so you do not miss a beat before you arrive.

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  • February 27th, 2018

The Cayman Islands Orchid Show – February

When people talk of the tropical beauty of the Cayman Islands, they typically think of the white-sand beaches, pristine Caribbean waters and verdant palm trees and landscape that this stunning island nation offers. The Caymans, however, as they prove over and over again, offer so much more. This is perhaps never more obvious than when the Caymans host their annual Orchid Show, which celebrates the breathtakingly beautiful, mysterious, delicate plant that has inspired untold artists and storytellers.

When and Where
Held on Feb. 24 and 25 at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Garden in the district of North Side on Frank Sound Road, the exhibition will showcase the most beautiful locally grown orchids and host a plant sale of specially imported orchids, most of which will be in bloom. More than that, though, this event also promotes the conservation of Cayman’s native orchids, as well as educating visitors about the most effective ways to grow orchids. In addition, proceeds from the show will go toward establishing an orchid garden in the Botanic Park. The show is the Botanic Park’s major fundraising event, and thus it attracts floral enthusiasts from throughout the country.

It all started in 2008, when the Botanic Park was invited to design an entry for London’s prestigious Chelsea Flower Show and won the silver medal. The following year, the park’s entry won the gold, as well as the President’s Most Creative Award.

About the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Garden
The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Garden opened in 1994 when the queen herself led a ribbon-cutting ceremony to inaugurate this momentous occasion in Caymans history. Though the park’s Woodland Trail was the only attraction complete at the time, over the years, it has evolved and become the world-class facility that it is today.

Regardless of what time of year you visit Grand Cayman Island, you can enjoy a visit to the Botanic Garden any time. Whether you take a leisurely walk through the colorful gardens or botanic, lake and nature displays, you will never forget the beauty you find there. Visit the Tea House and marvel at its spectacular views, then stop by the Heritage Garden. After that, stop by the lake area and check out the natural habitats for the Cayman blue iguana and breeding grounds for the rare aquatic birds and animals that call the Caymans home.

So if you want to experience the Caymans and the beauty of our orchids, contact us here at South Bay Beach Club and book a room so you can enjoy the show while spending your down time in luxury.

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  • February 15th, 2018

Red Sky At Night At Cayfest

It is true, and perhaps unavoidable, that so many visitors to the Cayman Islands see it solely as a tropical paradise where the good life can be enjoyed. While this is certainly true and something of which Caymanians are proud, it also overlooks the depth and breadth of offerings this island nation boasts. The reality, as our repeat visitors know, is that this is also a land of great history, rich culinary traditions and stimulating cultural offerings.

Perhaps no annual celebration here symbolizes this truism more than Cayfest. The Caymans’ National Festival of the Arts is the islands’ finest showcase of local artworks, and Red Sky at Night, a multi-disciplined, multicultural arts fair, is perhaps its anchor.

Luckily for you, there is still plenty of time to book your trip here so you can enjoy the sand, surf, sun and arts. In addition, South Bay Beach Club is here to host you, offering not only a luxurious place to lay your head at night, but also a source of information about the event and island to guide you during your stay.

Who, What and Where
Scheduled for Feb. 24, Red Sky at Night features a variety of live dancing, musical and dramatic performances along with displays of visual arts and crafts and films. The event will be held on the Harquail Cultural Centre Grounds in George Town from 4 p.m. to midnight. It will also offer visitors the chance to enjoy many mouthwatering culinary treats while listening to the signature Caribbean sounds of steel pans, fiddles and drums during the live performances and featured art.

About Cayfest
This national festival begins with the National Arts and Culture Awards the previous week. This ceremony celebrates those who have excelled in the arts or contributed to the artistic and cultural heritage of the Cayman Islands. Then, just a day before all of the Caymans and its visitors gather for Red Sky at Night, the island hosts Dress for Culture Day. Now in its fifth year, this event pays homage to the incredible diversity of nationalities that make up the rich mixture of the Caymans’ population. Individuals dress up to celebrate the approximately 135 different ethnicities that are part of the Caymans’ stew to show their respect for and tolerance of people of all races. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students.

So add a little culture to your tropical adventure. Contact us here at South Bay Beach Club and let us worry about the details.

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  • February 8th, 2018

February, The Perfect Caymans Month For The Active Traveler

So many of our visitors to the Cayman Islands come here to enjoy the tropical splendor, peaceful pace of life and outstanding, endless array of watersports the islands offer. Regardless of when you visit, you will find the easiest access to the best snorkeling, diving, sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and all other sea-related activities at your disposal.

For those amateur and professional athlete-travelers who want all of that and even more, February is your month. Not only are the temperatures and weather patterns particularly agreeable, but the list of activities and competitions you can indulge in are endless.

Read on for a rundown of some of the best the Cayman offers in February.

Feb. 4: The Cross Island Relay
Get your corporate or personal team together and get ready to traverse Grand Cayman for a cause.

Feb. 9: Legends Tennis
Join legendary former professional tennis players Jimmy Connors, Pat Cash and Stefan Edberg, current U.S. Open Champion Sloane Stephens and the world’s top-ranked junior, 17-year-old Phenom Claire Liu in a breathtakingly beautiful setting for an unforgettable day of tennis lessons with the stars.

Feb. 10: Valentine’s 5K Fun Walk/Run
Run or walk for a cause to help benefit the Mothers’ Union of St. George Anglican Church.

Feb. 11: Mercury man Triathlon
Calling all professional triathletes! Test your mettle in one of the most picturesque triathlon settings in the world featuring a 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike and 13.1-mile run.

Feb. 11: Valentine’s Mile
For those whose exercise goals are a bit more modest, this race is a great way to wake up and get your blood flowing while helping raise funds for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre.

Feb. 18: Brain Tumor Foundation Charity 5K Walk/Run
Start and end your run at the breathtaking Heroes Square in George Town and help a great cause.

Feb. 18: 36th Annual Kiwanis Bike
Pedal it for 20 miles and help the charity of your choice.

Feb. 24: Guiding the Way 5K and 10K Walk/Run
Choose your distance and keep it moving to benefit Girlguiding Cayman Islands.

Feb. 25: Off the Beaten Track
This one’s for the super-athletes who can endure a 50K ultra-marathon. The good news is that you will be able to relax in tropical splendor after completing this grueling race.

So don’t delay, active-minded souls. Contact us here at South Bay Beach Club and book a room. Then put those running shoes on and get to work. We’ll be waiting for you.

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  • February 1st, 2018

Cayman Cookout – January 2018

You might think you have to choose between a vacation that focuses on beautiful weather or one that caters to your love of a sophisticated lifestyle. However, you would be wrong.

In reality, you really can have it all. Just contact us here at South Bay Beach Club and arrange to visit the Cayman Islands in January. Trust us, you will be dining on endless world-class fare surrounded by endlessly world-class tropical beauty. Specifically, Grand Cayman Island will be the culinary epicenter of the Caribbean and beyond from Jan. 10 to 14, when The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman hosts the 10th-annual Cayman Cookout.

Imagine enjoying food and beverages created by internationally acclaimed, world-class chefs, wine and spirits experts and culinary celebrities all presented against a relaxed Caribbean backdrop of fun and barefoot elegance. Every year, the Caymans sponsor this amazing celebration, offering guests the chance to enjoy an endless variety of cooking demonstrations, tastings, dinners, pairings, tours and once-in-a-lifetime epicurean experiences, with Grand Cayman’s stunning Seven Mile Beach as the setting.

The event is hosted by superstar chefs and television personalities Eric Ripert, Anthony Bourdain and José Andrés. Read on for a full rundown of this year’s event.

The Adventures of Eric & Tony, with Eric Ripert and Anthony Bourdain
Enjoy an international culinary tour led by the two world-renowned chefs and friends.

Olé José by Chef José Andrés
Learn the secrets or making paella and entertaining from the master of both.

Essential BAM!!! with Emeril Lagasse
Kick it up a notch with the maestro of New Orleans Cajun cuisine.

Around The World with Anthony Bourdain
Take a food tour of the Caymans and world with the globe’s most traveled chef and culinary personality.

Barefoot Barbecue
This year’s celebrity chefs grill it up and dish it out on the sand, under the stars.

The Beach Bash
Take a catamaran tour and end it all with a Caymans grilled food experience.

Bon Vivant Cook-off Brunch
Judges Ripert, Bourdain and Andrés rate the entrants while you taste their creations and enjoy endless Moët & Chandon Champagne.

Eric Ripert Rum and Robusto
The chefs compete in the French bowling game Pétanque while you enjoy world-class food.

A Grand Finale Evening with Eric Ripert and the Chefs of Cayman Cookout
It’s a grand finale with an unforgettable menu of treats.

The stunning breadth and depth of culinary talent assembled here is overwhelming, but it is also accessible to you with a simple click or call. Oh, and you can get a tan while you are enjoying all this epicurean wizardry. So what’s the delay? Book your trip now.

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  • December 29th, 2017