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cay

a small low island or bank composed of sand and coral fragments, esp in the Caribbean area

cay

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(geology)
A flat coral island.
A flat mound of sand built up on a reef slightly above high tide.
A small, low coastal islet or emergent reef composed largely of sand or coral.
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Amara Cay Resort will also open Oltremare Ristorante, a Mediterranean-inspired Italian restaurant, which will feature fresh, locally caught seafood and regional ingredients.
Capable of operations seven days a week for both international and domestic flights, Ambergris Cay members now have the ultimate in arrival and departure flexibility.
My goal in the paintings that I will do at Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay will be to capture the bonefisherman's experience," says Clarke.
Dellis Cay is a 560-acre private island in the Turks and Caicos Islands which are located 575 miles south of Miami, Florida, and comprise eight major islands and numerous uninhabited and protected cays.
She has been commissioned to oversee the Dellis Cay Master Plan and design a futuristic lifestyle zone which includes luxury residences, beachfront villas, a commercial building with restaurants and boutiques, a marina and lighthouse.
Capable of operations 24 hours a day, seven days a week for both international and domestic flights, Ambergris Cay members will have the ultimate in arrival and departure flexibility.
The new website will be an essential element of the Hawks Cay brand and product.
Goreau and two other independent scientists measured coastal algae nitrogen and phosphorus contents around Guana Cay in dry and rainy seasons.
Calypso Cay Vacation Villas feature many renovations designed to maximize guests' fun, including a new pool deck and full-service pool bar, a sports court and a beach volleyball court.
But Miami captain Ray Rosher of the Miss Britt knew about those bluefin, knew they swam north past Miami every spring after breeding in the Gulf of Mexico, and he knew the contours of the ocean off Bimini and Cat Cay pushed them close to the islands on their journey, sometimes up into 30-, 40-foot depths over white sand.
Tega Cay allowed at least 27 sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) to occur from Jan.
Staniel Cay is about 125 kilometers southeast of Nassau, the Bahamian capital.