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Staniel Cay News

1. “Pigs of Paradise” – pre-launch book party at SCYC, on August 31st.
On August 31, join T.R. Todd, the author of “Pigs of Paradise: The Story of the World-Famous Swimming Pigs”, aboard Impulse Yacht at the Staniel Cay Yacht Club to celebrate the global success of the swimming pigs of Exuma, Bahamas. T.R. Todd will have the first advance copies of the book on hand.

Impulse Yacht Charter will be serving food, drinks & shuttling people over to see the Swimming Pigs on August 31, 2018. There will also be a party inside the Club!

During the event, author Jeff Todd will present a donation cheque to the Original Swimming Pigs Association!

Here is a link to the Event Invitation page where you or our readers may RSVP (so we may get a general head-count).

https://www.impulseyachtcharter.com/lpl2/

Here is a link to our Facebook Event page:

https://www.facebook.com/events/209247856539487/?active_tab=about

This will be a fun event for anyone in the area! Please ask readers to RSVP in the links above if possible.Thank you!

2. October, 2018 Closure.
SCYC will be closing most of our facilities in October 2018, for our yearly scheduled maintenance. Please see the schedule below for further information.
Marina Docks and Fuel Dock will remain open for the month, from 8am-5pm daily, except for one day, Oct. 2nd, when everything will be closed. Available Marina services will still include dockage, power, water, ice, fuel, and bait.
Schedule:
Oct. 1st – Hotel, Bar, and Restaurant will close
Oct. 19th – Bar/Clubhouse reopens, 8am – 10pm (drinks only, no bar food)
Nov. 1st – Hotel and Restaurant reopen

One Response to Staniel Cay News

  • DenO says:

    “During the event, author Jeff Todd will present a donation cheque to the Original Swimming Pigs Association!”

    Here is another point of view to consider when donating money to this cause:
    The pigs are put there by the folks at Staniel Cay and are often killed for pig roasts on the island. It would not be a good sight for tourists, especially kids, to be there when the locals come in to shoot the pigs and take them back to Staniel for a party.

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