MSC's New Ocean Cay Marine Reserve

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Dal Kikin
January 28, 2019

Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, an old industrial sand extraction space, will become from a private island and an exclusive destination for MSC Cruises passengers in November 2019. The area, bathed by some 100 square kilometers of protected waters, is located south of the Bimini Islands, which belong to the Bahamas, according to ABC.

The island will have more than 75,000 shrubs and native plants along with 60 species of trees, flowers and natural shrubs of the Caribbean to create a fertile tropical environment. The island is expected to have more than 100 ecological buildings that will house bars, restaurants and accommodation for employees who will live on the island.

Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve will have seven beach areas with sun loungers and rental cabins to spend the day. Passengers can dive and snorkel to discover the rich marine life that MSC is recreating, in which a great variety of marine species will repopulate the area soon. In addition to eating in restaurants or buying souvenirs.

MSC Cruises aims to create a protected paradise and recover the natural coral around the island. In addition, it is planned to create a marine laboratory in Ocean Cay. Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve will open on November 9, 2019 and there will be four MSC Cruises ships that will make a stopover on the island on different days

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