Prime Minister Perry G. Christie has announced full government support, approvals and start of vertical construction phase for a 100% Bahamian owned & operated boutique hotel located at Schooner Bay Village, South Abaco – slated to open in December 2014.
Hope Town Harbour Lodge announced the appointment today of veteran luxury hotelier Allen Davis as manager of the historic property that was purchased in June 2012 by a group of Bahamian investors.
Seeking private management, the Ministry of Transport and Aviation invited qualified Bahamian companies to present bids for the management, development and operation of the Marsh Harbour Airport in Abaco.
Last year, stopover visitors to Abaco dropped 22 per cent below the island’s 2007 peak of 111,000 visitors.
The chief councillor for the Hope Town District Council has told residents the Abaco Islands are facing a “a budgetary crisis of immense proportions”.
The Abaco Cancer Society and Friends of the Environment are working together to present Abaco’s 3rd Annual Kayak Challenge on Saturday, November 9th, 2013 at Pete’s Pub & Gallery in Little Harbour, Abaco.
As a resident of Marsh Harbour and cognisant of the fact that tourism is, and is likely to remain, the major source of income for Bahamians, here are a few questions and comments for the former (FNM) and present (PLP) Governments.
As Hurricane Sandy’s powerful winds enveloped the beaches of Abaco, its tumultuous erosive forces stirred up hidden gems of history and beauty.
The 2013 Great Abaco Family Fitness Weekend was a great success, and in the second year managed to more than double the participation from the inaugural year.