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The Cayman Cricket Weekend will bring six past and current West Indies cricketers to Cayman for a busy weekend that includes a fundraising gala dinner, kids' clinics, and an exhibition match...

Celebration Cayman :: 500 Years

On 10 May 1503, the sailors accompanying Christopher Columbus on his fourth and final West Indian voyage sighted “two very small low islands full of turtles (as was all the sea thereabout, so that it seemed to be full of little rocks)”. They called the islands Las Tortugas, Spanish for turtles. These small islands were Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. The two islands were almost certainly uninhabited - though the explorers didn’t stop to investigate.

For the next 200 years, the Cayman Islands were well known to European explorers, sailors, and adventurers, primarily for their turtles, which provided essential fresh meat to seamen away from shore for months and even years at a time.

Though we know of no permanent settlements before about 1700, England claimed the Cayman Islands as an integral part of its claim to Jamaica as early as 1662, when Charles II was on the throne. ... more

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