Another American tourist was killed in The Bahamas when the boat she was on collided into Turtle Rock near South Bimini.
All Star Marching Band receives sponsorship from Aquamarine Watersports Activities to aid in the purchase of new uniforms.
Alexys Sears, of Tsunami Watersports, has accused the Bahamian government of discriminating against its own citizens as he attempts to get the four-stroke WaveRunner approved by authorities.
A 44-year-old New York man, who was vacationing with his family in the Turks & Caicos islands, was killed while snorkelling off the island of Providenciales, on Saturday March 24th, 2012.
BTC brings blazing speed to the 2012 CARIFTA Swimming Championships as the title sponsor contributing $40K to the tournament being held April 12 – 15 at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex.
A benefit concert was held for Sacramento newlyweds honeymooning in the Bahamas who plunged 200 feet into the ocean in a parasailing accident, leaving one dead and the other severely injured.
Celebrities step on stage for a benefit concert to raise funds for Victor Rodriguez, a groom whose bride was killed on their honeymoon in the Bahamas in a parasailing accident, due to watersports industry negligence.
Crystal Rodriguez, 22, died on her honeymoon in the Bahamas after she and her new husband plunged into the ocean when their parasailing harness snapped. Her husband is still recovering from extensive internal injuries.
Watersports boat owners have been warned that they may be just as culpable as the person operating their boat if in breach of the Commercial Recreational Watercraft Act.