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Guy Harvey eyes second Bahamas resort and marina

Nature artist and conservationist Guy Harvey has announced plans to open Guy Harvey Outposts Club and Marina, Rum Cay, next summer, according to MarketWatch website. This will be the second such venture in The Bahamas following the opening of Bimini Big Game Club last year. 

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Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Tuesday, November 29, 2011

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Nov. 28/11 (PR Newswire) – Celebrated marine wildlife artist and conservationist Guy Harvey today announced plans to open the Guy Harvey Outpost Club & Marina, Rum Cay this summer, upon completion of initial renovations and rebranding of Rum Cay’s popular Sumner Point Marina & Villas.

Following the reopening of the Bimini Big Game Club last year, the Guy Harvey Outpost organization has turned to the Southern Bahamas for its latest undertaking. Roughly 50 miles southeast of Georgetown in the Exumas, Rum Cay is 10 miles south of Conception Island, which is part of the Bahamas National Land and Sea Park sanctuary, and figures prominently in Harvey’s interest. “In addition to the fantastic diving there, we intend to work with government in expanding the coral and shark research work of the Guy Harvey Research Institute which is a cornerstone of our Outpost program in the Bahamas,” noted Harvey who holds a Ph.D in marine fisheries management.

“Rum Cay has always interested us because of its unquestionable natural beauty and its top-of-class sporting activities, including extreme sports that appeal to a new generation of Guy Harvey friends and fans,” emphasizes Mark Ellert, president of Outpost and who leads the company’s search for new opportunities and markets.

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