Andros-based SUNCO Seafood Company plans to explore shark-finning and harvesting of sea urchins, threatening the Bahamas environment, in order to meet the food demands of the growing Chinese population.
After 18 months of construction, Albany Marina in the Bahamas will begin welcoming its first super-yachts next month.
The Bahamas and the Republic of Cuba officially resumed technical discussions to determine the maritime boundary between the two countries, which is vital for the effective management, protection and preservation of the Bahamas marine environment.
A Grand Bahama man was arrested in the Garden Villas area yesterday after being found in possession of 34 undersized crawfish.
Officers of the Bahamas Marine Exporters Association paid a courtesy call on Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources, Larry Cartwright at which time they were thanked for forming the association and for their collaboration and support.
Minister of Tourism and Aviation, Mr Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace, met with members of the Bahamas Sailing Association recently to pledge continued assistance and to discuss long term plans to support more sailing and marine events in the Bahamas.
After years of political maneuvering, construction off the new roll-on, roll-off dock is officially underway, literally paving the way for shipping to move from Bay Street to Arawak Cay.
Repairs to the Gambier boat ramp have been completed, this is one of five boat ramps selected by the Bahamas Government for repair and upgrades.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources has unveiled its five-year development plan outlining national strategies to guide policies and programmes through 2014.