Massive quantities of pelagic sargassum have come ashore in the Caribbean, impacting shorelines and beaches, waterways, fisheries and tourism. Coastal areas in Belize are no exception. The Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute (GCFI) has created a poster with guide lines on how to manage sargassum on the beach.
We have to laugh at the positive attitude Lisa and Ronnie Cyrier took when they saw a new batch of sargassum rolling onto shore. "New game in San Pedro: Where's Ronnie???" They asked. LOL! Leave it up to this fun couple to make light of a stressful situation.