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Ministry of Tourism officials visit Monaco boat show

Tommy Thompson and Earl Miller from The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism were interviewed by superyachts.com during a recent visit to the Monaco Yacht Show. Read SuperYachts.com's report here or watch a full video interview with Tommy Thompson and Earl Miller from The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism at their website. 

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Thursday, October 17, 2013
Thursday, October 17, 2013

To most people, The Bahamas needs no introduction. With its stunning turquoise waters and world class diving opportunities, it has long been established as the quintessential idyllic water-based destination.

More: Watch the interview with Earl Miller and Tommy Thompson at SuperYachts.com.

But The Bahamas is also on a mission to attract more yachts to the Bahamas. And with its ever-growing infrastructure, including large-scale marinas, there is now an opportunity to draw not just transient yachting visitors but those who may come and stay for longer periods, or even set up home here.


It is with this quest in mind that The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism sent a convoy of Government officials to this year’s Monaco Yacht Show. Partnering with SuperYachts.com, they have a significant presence at this year’s show, which they hope will act as a springboard for propelling the Bahamas deeper into the consciousness of the yachting world.

It was with these matters in mind that SuperYachts.com sat down with Earl Miller and Tommy Thompson from the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, whose enthusiasm for the task at hand and sheer passion for their own country came shining through during their conversation. Watch the video here.

This is an excerpt from SuperYachts.com as it appeared on October 17, 2013. For updates or to read the current version of this post in its entirety, please click here.

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Speaking at the 8th annual Nassau Conference yesterday, Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder said that he believed that The Bahamas will continue to grow its financial services sector, despite international pressure for multilateral agreements on automatic tax information exchange.

The Nassau Airport Development Co officially completed the transformation of the Lynden Pindling International Airport into a state-of-the-art facility during a ceremony held October 17.

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