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Walker's Cay, The Bahamas' most northerly island, has been sold and is earmarked for development. Texas businessman and philanthropist Carl Allen announced yesterday that he had purchased the island and will soon begin a "phase one development plan". "Allen, a well-known friend of The Bahamas, [...]
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RESEARCHERS from the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) and the Perry Institute for Marine Science have conducted an ecological survey of Walker's Cay National Park.
Government officials toured Walker's Cay last week at the invitation of the island's new owner and developer, American businessman Carl Allen, who hopes to return the former fishing mecca to the glory days of yore. Walker's Cay, The Bahamas' most northerly island, was sold in [...]
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A helicopter crashed in waters near Walker's Cay, Abaco, earlier this morning, according to Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D'Aguilar. "Initial reports are coming in that a helicopter departed, I think it's a cay near to Walker's Cay, at 2 a.m. and I guess [...]
AMERICAN philanthropist and businessman Carl Allen, and his wife, Gigi, the new owners of Walker's Cay, are in the process of cleaning up the island as the beginning of phase one of the redevelopment project to return the northernmost cay to its former glory.
In March, researchers from the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) and the Perry Institute for Marine Science conducted an ecological survey of Walker's Cay National Park.
The assessment was part of the BNT's effort to develop management plans for Abaco's marine parks. Established in 2002, Walker's Cay is one of six marine parks around Abaco. The others are: the Marls National Park, East Abaco Creeks Nat...
An abandoned resort and marina on Walker’s Cay, Abaco has become a home for dozens of cats which are said to be starving as their population grows out of control, according to animals rights advocate Richard Moreland, a pilot from Orlando, Florida who frequently visits the island.
Moreland, who said he dropped off a 16-pound supply of cat chow on the cay last week, yesterday shared his beli...
By JAMMAL SMITH
Guardian Business Reporter
Negotiations for the purchase of the Walker's Cay resort have come to a standstill, with the primary bidder for the site claiming that the seller is making the process to close the deal on the multimillion dollar project more difficult.
Principal of the offshore developer Victoria House IBC, Scott Ronning, told Guardian Business that ...