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New fuel applied to Safehaven dispute

New fuel is applied to an old dispute in Safehaven, after a new fence was built along the seawall.

Local boat operators told Cayman 27 an old agreement is not being honoured in Safehaven.

Captain Bryan Ebanks wants to know if the boaters will be forgotten.

He told Cayman 27 the Safehaven site was vested in trust for use by local boat operators. He said the new fence limits their use of the facility, underpinning the uncertainties he said are shared by many boat operators.

“It’s impacting our lives from the perspective of we don’t know where our future lies. We are in a marina, we have not signed anything, no one is talking to us. We come there day in and day out but we don’t know what the future holds,” said Mr. Ebanks.

We reached out to Dart Realty and were told the land is owned by the Port Authority and are not aware of Dragon Bay Limited denying access to water users at the marina.

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Joe Avary

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