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PALACE RESORTS’ LINE OF ALL-INCLUSIVE RESORTS EMERGE UNSCATHED AFTER HURRICANE DEAN PASSES OVER MEXICO

Resorts Sustain Minor Damage but are Open and Accepting Guests Miami, FL, August 23, 2007 – Palace Resorts’ line of all-inclusive resorts located throughout Cancún, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya, emerged unscathed following Hurricane … August 24, 2007
Hurricane Dean Update JAMAICA TOURIST BOARD - UPDATE #15

Hurricane Dean Update JAMAICA TOURIST BOARD - UPDATE #15

Thursday, August 23, 2007 - 11:00 a.m. - SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS ON THE TOURISM SECTOR IN JAMAICA Information compiled from US based public relations agencies, JTB, and TEOC Assessment. Please visit www.visitjamaica.com or www.jtbonline.org for current … August 24, 2007
UPDATE ON THE SITUATION IN THE STATE OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA AFTER HURRICANE DEAN

UPDATE ON THE SITUATION IN THE STATE OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA AFTER HURRICANE DEAN

Mexico, D.F., August 22nd, 2007 – In the early morning hours of August 21st, after Hurricane Dean sides swept the State of Quintana Roo, specifically in the northern part of Chetumal, Dean, carried himself with benevolence in the southeast of part of … August 22, 2007

HURRICANE DEAN SPARES BELIZE

Hurricane Crosses Belize Causing Little Damage BELIZE CITY, Belize, August 21, 2007 – Hurricane Dean made landfall in southern Mexico early on Tuesday morning. The southern edge of the category 5 hurricane passed through Belize’s northern region, … August 21, 2007

WINDJAMMER LANDING VILLA BEACH RESORT, ST. LUCIA, SUSTAINED NO STRUCTURAL DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE DEAN

ST. LUCIA, WI, August 21, 2007– Anthony Bowen, Vice President and Managing Director, Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort, St. Lucia, reported no structural damage to the award-winning 60 acre resort.“There are only some fallen tree limbs and foliage … August 21, 2007

MARTINIQUE TOURISM INDUSTRY WITHSTANDS HURRICANE DEAN

Hotels report minor cosmetic damage; airport re-opened Saturday, August 18NEW YORK, NY – August 20, 2007 – Martinique’s tourism industry remains intact following the passing of Hurricane Dean. The international airport – Martinique Aimé Césaire … August 21, 2007

Half Moon Withstands Hurricane Dean

No Structural Damage to Famed Luxury Resort Rose Hall, Jamaica (August 20, 2007) Managing Director of Half Moon Montego Bay, Richard Whitfield, reported that the 400-acre resort experienced only minimal effects following Hurricane Dean that passed … August 20, 2007

DOMINICA BEGINS PROCESS OF RECOVERY FROM HURRICANE DEAN AS PRIME MINISTER SKERRIT DECLARES SUNDAY NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER AND THANKSGIVING

Roseau, Dominica – August 18, 2007………. The Nature Island of Dominica is recovering from the passage of Hurricane Dean which caused the death of two people and minimal damage to road infrastructure and agricultural crops.Dominica started to feel … August 20, 2007

ST. LUCIA BRAVES HURRICANE DEAN

Island's tourism industry back in businessNEW YORK (August 18, 2007) – The eye of Hurricane Dean spared St. Lucia's tourism infrastructure from its wrath. It glanced past north of the island as a Category 2 storm this week. Director of Tourism Maria … August 18, 2007

HAWAI‘I BACK TO NORMAL AS HURRICANE FLOSSIE PASSES ISLANDS WITHOUT INCIDENT

Flossie Fades to Tropical Storm –HONOLULU – It is business as usual throughout the Hawaiian Islands asHurricane Flossie passed by Hawai‘i’s Big Island last night leaving nothing more than gusty winds, rain, and high surf in its tracks. The more … August 15, 2007



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