Cruise ships banned from stunning Caribbean island – ‘not debatable’

“And it’s a destination where wherever you see on television, whoever you see in the NFL, in the NBA, you see them on the streets of Anguilla enjoying Anguilla, just like everybody else and that is where you want to position yourself.”

The minister said that bringing 100,000 passengers to Anguilla on cruise ships would water down the island’s tourism offering.

He said that Anguilla wants to make sure its people are the biggest beneficiaries from the cruise industry.

Anguilla consists of a small main island and several offshores isles and is known as a luxury tourism destination.

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