John Briceño is the New P.U.P. Leader
The People’s United Party held its leadership Convention on Sunday in Belmopan. Three candidates were vying for the post – Francis Fonseca, John Briceño and Cordel Hyde. The winner would [...]
Briceño’s Slate is Victorious over Fonseca’s Slate
But while all eyes were on the leadership race, both John Briceño and Francis Fonseca also fielded slates for the positions available. Those were Chairman, Deputy Leader North and South [...]
High-Level Delegation Returns from Washington
With the loss of some existing correspondent bank relationships, the country is facing what Prime Minister Dean Barrow has called an existential threat and a potentially huge crisis. To stave [...]
FDIC Promises an Intervention of Sorts
The delegation then met with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, another regulatory body which regulates banks that are chartered by states and have not joined the Federal Reserve System. According [...]
G.O.B. Will Seek Relationships with Smaller Banks
The delegation also met with the Secretary of the Treasury. PM Barrow says the message from that quarter was the same – that there is nothing wrong with the Belize [...]
2 Teens Gunned Down in Orange Walk
At around four-thirty this afternoon, two teenagers were gunned down on Cristock Street in Orange Walk Town. Minutes ago, the bodies were still on the ground while investigators scoured the [...]
3 Men Charged for Weekend Murder in Belize City
There’s another murder to report for which three men charged in the home invasion of Sarkis Abou Nehra are prime suspects. This weekend in Belize City, thirty-two year old Marian [...]
10 injured in Major Collision on the George Price Highway
There was a head on collision this afternoon at about four-thirty at mile eighteen on the George Price Highway. Two vehicles, a pickup truck and a van transporting six tourists [...]
2 Tourists Die in Separate Incidents
But while the tourists in the vehicular accident were slightly injured, that wasn’t the case for two other visitors to Belize. On Sunday, twenty-seven year old Australian tourist Patrick Leslie [...]
The Notorious Melin Vasquez and Hugo Casanova Released
Two Belizeans, Milin Vasquez from Orange Walk Town and Hugo Casanova from Corozal District have been in a Mexican jail since February 2013 after they were allegedly busted by Mexican [...]
Lisburn Anderson Will Get Bail Hearing on Wednesday
Lisburn Anderson is the mechanic who Police believe delivered payment to a hit-man on behalf of American Bradley Paumen. Anderson has been charged for that crime, and was released on [...]
Baby Brianna Critical After Freak Accident
There was a freak accident on Saturday evening on Mahogany Street in Belize City. Sometime around six-thirty that day, a metal gate near a newly built perimeter fence at the [...]
Fisheries Department Makes Major Undersized Conch Bust
The Fisheries Department is reporting a huge bust in undersized conch made on Sunday evening. Officers were on routine patrol in the Turneffe Atoll when they came up on the [...]
Conch Bust Kicks Off Enforcement Training Course
The timing of the bust by enforcement officers could not have been scripted better, since it comes at the onset of a stakeholder training on enforcement and compliance. Hampton [...]
Belizean Detained for Stealing in Guatemala
A Belizean was arrested in Melchor de Mencos over the weekend and was scheduled to be processed in court today, but we cannot confirm that that has occurred. Twenty-five year [...]
Patrick Faber Congratulates New P.U.P. Leader
Minister of Education Patrick Faber convened the media today at the ITVET Compound on Freetown Road, Belize City. It was a pre-event to the launch of an education conference on [...]
Faber Will Go For U.D.P. Leadership Post in 2020
The United Democratic Party will also be holding a national convention in March. But unlike the P.U.P., there will be no elections since at the close of nominations on Friday; [...]
Zika Declared an International Public Health Emergency
Turning to a health issue that has been making international headlines. The World Health Organization today declared the Zika virus and its suspected link to birth defects an international public [...]
Sporting Highlights with James Adderley
Good evening I’m James Adderly and this is Sports Monday. The MCC Grounds was the scene yesterday where the PLB presented the showdown between the Belize Defence Force making [...]
Belizeans Released From Mexican Prison After Close To Three Years
Ermelindo Vasquez, resident of Orange Walk Town and Hugo Casanova of Calcutta Village in Corozal Town, were released after spending more than two years incarcerated in a Mexican prison being charged with drug trafficking.
Viewers may recall that on February 7th 2013, well known businessman Ermelindo Vasquez aka Melin and Hugo Casanova were detained by Mexican Navy during a sting operation where they busted a drug house in Chetumal where the two men were present. The bust yielded a total of 45 kilograms of the synthetic drug known as crystal meth valued at that time at one million U.S dollars. As a result of the bust, Vasquez and Casanova were arrested and were being charged with the offence of ‘being in possession of methamphetamines with the intention to sell.
Orange Walk Police Confiscates 12 Pounds Of Marijuana
The Orange Walk Police Formation Quick Response Team conducted a search on Friday at about 7:45 p.m. in the Village of San Felipe, in a bushy area located approximately 2 to 3 miles from the village. The search led to the discovery of a black jumbo garbage bag containing 8 black in color plastic bags with green leafy substances suspected to be Cannabis. Since no one was in the area at the time of the search, police took the bag to the station where it was weighed. The bag contained a total of 12lbs of Cannabis and was labeled as found property.
This morning at about 11:12, authorities were called out to an area located on Savannah Street here in Orange Walk Town where they found twelve 16 gage cartridges that were buried under some bushes. Given that no one was in the area, the cartridges were also labeled as found property. As a result of the aggressive anti-drug, firearm and traffic campaign, police arrested and charged a total of five persons for possession of controlled drugs, seven persons for traffic offences and a total of six individuals for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Prime Minster Discusses Correspondent Banking Crisis
As we had reported some days ago, Prime Minister Dean Borrow along with the governor of the Central bank of Belize, Glenford Ysaguirre and financial secretary, Mr. Joseph Waight travelled to Washington D.C to meet with key banking officials regarding the problem being faced by the Belizean banking sector as it relates to the correspondent relationships and the recent de-risking. De-risking simply put is the action taken by US banks, under pressure from US regulatory agencies, cutting off correspondent relations with Caribbean indigenous and offshore banks unilaterally and with very little notice in fear of receiving multimillion dollar non- compliance fees.
Today in a press conference to discuss the outcome of the trip taken to discuss the de-risking movement, Prime Minister Dean Borrow said that he was assured by officials from the Comptroller of Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Secretary of the Treasury that the withdraw of correspondent banks was not because of any pressure from the U.S regulators directing them to withdraw from correspondent relationships with Belizean Banks or even because of anything that Belize has done, but it is because for these banks the risk of tainted transactions that would cost billions if found outweighs the benefits of doing business with a small jurisdiction such as Belize.
Prime Minister Congratulates The New Leader Of The Opposition
Today the Prime Minister of Belize held a press conference where he discussed the correspondent banking crisis with the media, we’ll talk to you about that in few. But first here is what the Prime Minister had to say when the media asked him to share his thoughts on the PUP’s National Convention. We tell you off the bat he was very candid in offering his congratulations to the new Leader of the Opposition.
“I want to congratulate Mr. Briceno for becoming the new leader of the PUP and the new leader of the opposition and I want to congratulate the PUP for having held what clearly a very democratic process.”
Newly Elected Deputy Leader Asks For UNITY Within The Party
During the National Convention yesterday Orange Walk South Area Representative Jose Abelardo Mai went up against Corozal South East Area Representative Florencio Marin Junior for Deputy Leader of the North. Rodwell Ferguson faced Mike Espat for Deputy Leader of the South and for Communications Director Anthony Mahler went against Dolores Balderamos.
At the end Mia won with 1342, Rodwell Ferguson with 1558 and Anthony Mahler won Communications Director with 1485 votes.
While all three have different roles to play in the party there is one thing they have in common, they all want unity.
Another Meilum Motorcycle Stolen In Orange Walk
Fifty year old Idelfonso Ku reported to police that on Saturday night at around 9:00, he decided to park his red 150 Meilun Motorcycle bearing license plate OW-MC-0856 on San Martin Street in the Village of Trial Farm while he ran some errands. But upon Ku’s return at about 2:20 a.m., his motorcycle was missing. Police have not yet been able to recover the cycle but are currently investigating the issue.
New Banking Relations Sought in the US, Says PM
With uncertainty looming in Belize’s banking sector, Prime Minister Dean Barrow hosted a press conference this morning to report on the outcomes of his meetings last week in Washington DC. Renee Trujillo has that story.
Prime Minister Committed to Fixing Banking Sector
Earlier we told you that the Belize delegation led by Prime Minister Dean Barrow to Washington DC last week had met with the US Comptroller of Currency, Thomas Curry and the FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation). Another meeting held was with the US Department of Treasury. Prime Minister Dean Barrow reported that out of that […]
John Briceno Takes Back PUP’s Leadership
John Briceno is back at the helm of the People’s United Party. He emerged victorious yesterday during a special convention in Belmopan, Cayo District. Renee Trujillo has the story.
Factors of the PUP: Cordel’s Future; Leader of the Opposition Seat; Unity
With John Briceno now taking over control of the People’s United Party, much is being expected but the main thing that the supporters are hoping for is unity. During the course of yesterday evening when it was clear that the Briceno slate was in the lead, we spoke to some of the candidates on the […]
Toddler Gets Injured After Iron Gate Falls
Three year old Brianna Timmons is at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after a ten foot iron gate fell on her on Friday night. Love News understands that the three year old’s mother had gone to the library at Lloyd Coffin pre-school off Mahagony Street in Belize City to look for her husband who works […]
Woman Recovers After Being Hit by Motorcycle
An elderly woman is hospitalized after being hit by a motorcycle. We hear more in this report from correspondent Fem Cruz. FEM CRUZ “
Jealousy Suspected to Be Motive in Murder Case
Could it have been that jealousy that was the root cause of a stabbing incident that claimed the life of thirty two year old Mariano Castillo? That is what investigators are trying to figure out. Castillo’s common law wife believes that it is the reason he was viciously stabbed on Friday night. Castillo was on […]
Technician Begs for Leniency After Stealing 11K
Thirty-four year old Rupert Avila, a technician charged with the theft of eleven thousand three hundred and fifty dollars, pled guilty to the charge when he appeared today before Magistrate Carlon Mendoza. Avila said he made a wrong decision and he asked that the court be lenient on him because he is the sole bread […]
Highway Collision Injures Eleven Persons
A traffic incident at mile seventeen and a half on the George Price Highway has reportedly sent several persons to the KHMH with various degrees of injuries. When we arrived on the scene we learnt that fortunately there were no fatalities. We can also report that the accident involved a tourist van carrying six persons […]
Mexican Journalists Calls Free Zone Fire Arson
Mexican news papers are reporting that the recent fire at the Corozal Free Zone was as a result of arson. According to Dario Repuesta, six groups focusing on contraband in the Free Zone are at war with each other. The newspaper says that authorities believe that the fire that burn down the P and P […]
Man wanted by police for burning down brother’s house
Jeovannie Mejia, an Orange Walk resident from Otro Benque Street is wanted since Thursday night for arson.
The fire was reported at around 9:13 p.m. in the Petville area, between San Estevan and Orange Walk Town.
Mejia’s brother, Andy Leroy Mejia stated that his brother set fire to the house after having gotten into an argument with their father.
The Fire Department could not save the house and it burnt to the ground. By the time the police arrived at the scene, Mejia had escaped and is now wanted by for arson, according to Officer in Charge of the Orange Walk police station, Nicholas Palomo.
Palomo stated that they do not believe the family is abetting the arsonist by hiding him, and have no leads of his whereabouts at the moment.
Breaking Belize News
Belizeans released from Mexican prison
A Mexican Judge, Reynaldo Piñon Rangel, has released four persons who were arrested and charged for ‘possession of methamphetamine with the intent to supply’, among them, two Belizeans, for lack of evidence against them. They are Fabiola Juárez López, Rosa Patricia Morales Olán, and Belizeans: […]
Two killed in late evening Orange Walk shooting
Two men have been shot dead on Cristock Street in Orange Walk town sometime around 5:00 this evening. Police have confirmed that two men were killed after shots rang out. A third man, who is believed to have been shot as well, is being sought by authorities […]
Orange Walk police find 12 pounds of weed
At around 7:45 p.m. on Friday evening, January 29, police in Orange Walk District made the discovery of 12 pounds of cannabis which was deposited as “found property” since no one was in the area at the time of the search. The find was […]
Orange Walk Police seek stolen cycle
Orange Walk Police are investigating the theft of a Meilun Motorcycle, which went missing sometime between 9:00 p.m. on Saturday night and 2:20 a.m. yesterday morning, while its owner, 50-year-old Idelfonso Ku of the Marcus Canul area was running some errands. Ku told officers […]
Belize City cops find gun and ammo
A pistol along with five live rounds of ammunition was deposited as “found property” by police on Saturday evening when the items were found in an empty lot on Central American Boulevard. Around 6:55 p.m., officers searched the yard and found a silver and […]
Two men pending murder charges for Saturday morning stabbing
Belize City police have arrested two male persons pending charges of murder after a stabbing incident in the wee hours of Saturday morning, claimed the life of 32-year-old Stann Creek resident, Mariano Castillo. Around 12:50 a.m., police were dispatched to the Karl Heusner Memorial […]
Prime Minister says U.S. assured Belize over correspondent banking
Prime Minister Dean Barrow says those officials which he spoke to on his recent visit to the United States have assured him that Belize’s banking sector does not face any pressure from U.S. regulators directed to their banks to withdraw from correspondent banking relationships with local banks.
Three men arrested for stealing $11,000 from gas station
Three persons have been jointly charged for theft in Belize City after stealing more than $11,000 cash from inside a Puma Gas Station, located at mile 2 on the Philip Goldson Highway, late Saturday evening. The gas station’s manager reported to police that sometime […]
Burglary in Camalote, shotgun stolen
An elderly American National reported to police yesterday afternoon that his property in Camalote village, Cayo District, was burglarized and an assortment of items, including a 12-gauge shotgun with 6 live round were stolen. 77-year-old Ray Jordan of South Carolina, told officers that he […]
International Financial Services Commission issues advisory over two illegally operating companies
A release issued today by the International Financial Services Commission (ISFC), which is Belize’s biggest financial services regulator, served to warn the public against two financial firms that have been operating illegally in the country, not being licensed under the ISFC. The first firm […]
Belize: The opposition returns to its constitution
The People’s United Party (PUP) currently serves as Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition in Belize, after losing the November 4, 2015 general elections to the ruling United Democratic Party (UDP), who won 19 of the 31 seats in the House of Representatives. The PUP constitution […]
PUP release convention results
The People’s United Party (PUP) has released the full results of yesterday’s Special National Convention elections. The race for Party Leader saw John Briceño receive 1125 votes; Francis Fonseca, 918; and Cordel Hyde, 673. For Deputy Party leader of the South, Mike Espat, with 1044 votes, lost to Rodwell […
Ambergris Caye: A Walk Down South on A Gorgeous Sunday Afternoon
Yesterday the “cold front” ended and the wind switched back from the north (brrrr….) to the east. Sun, puffy pinkish clouds, a good breeze…a perfect afternoon for a walk. I’d been south just a bit the day before for my first 2016 Kelly McGuire show and I thought I’d explore more.
Here’s his full calendar so you can catch a show while he’s here.
Get ready for many many photos of coconut palms – I became slightly obsessed with the patterns of holes bore into them on my walk.
Can woodpecks be this meticulous?
The dock at LOVELY Victoria House.
And the bar…if you are in the mood for a gorgeous lunch…this is the spot.
And the view in front of Island Time Bar. They are building a huge seawall in front of this property and Royal Caribbean Resort. And they are going to need an insane amount of sand to fill it.
Sopa Casera de Pollo
Para hacer una riquísima sopa casera de pollo, lo primero que debemos hacer es pelar y lavar todas las verduras. También prepararemos la carne, limpiándola muy bien. Introducimos todos los ingredientes, menos la sal, en una cacerola lo suficientemente amplia y los cubrimos con agua.
Ponemos la cacerola a fuego medio y, cuando comience a hervir, bajamos un poco el fuego y dejamos que se vaya haciendo el caldo, que estará listo en unas dos horas, aproximadamente.
Cinnamon Sugar Soft Pretzel Sticks
Warm the oven to 200 degrees and then turn it off.
Boil a quart of water and put it into a shallow pan on the lowest oven rack.
Put the two loaves of frozen bread dough on a greased jelly roll pan and place the pan into the oven. Allow the dough to thaw and rise for 2-4 hours.
Using a kitchen shears, cut each loaf of dough into about 14 sticks.
Mix together the baking soda and the warm water.
Dip the dough sticks into the baking soda and water solution.
Place the pretzel sticks on a silicone mat on a baking sheet (or a just grease the baking sheet).
Bake the pretzel sticks at 425 degrees for 7-9 minutes or until golden brown.
Mix together sugar and cinnamon.
Dip the pretzel sticks into the melted butter and then roll in the cinnamon sugar mixture.
PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Caye Caulker – Belize
Caye Caulker is a small, beautiful laid-back island lying within the 185-mile-long Belizean Barrier Reef. It’s one of Belize’s most popular travel destinations.
Located just one hour by high-speed ferry from Belize City, the island makes an easy weekend get-away for city residents as well as international visitors. Known as Belize’s more budget island, Caye Caulker has accommodations in all price ranges, from hostels and camping on up to luxurious small hotels.
The island is quite developed, with a small town full of restaurants, shops, tourist offices, bars, hotels and even a post office, bank and several ATM machines. Golf carts are used on the hard-packed sand roads instead of cars, which makes traffic somewhat quieter, though there’s always a steady flow of vehicles around the island.
Despite all that, Caye Caulker somehow manages to retain a slow-paced, low-key tranquil atmosphere. Maybe all the charming wooden buildings and cheery bright colors have something to do with it. Or maybe it’s primarily due to the Belizean people’s generally calm, go-slow attitude towards life.
24 Tips for Keeping Costs Low in Belize
Last week I wrote about how much it costs to travel in Belize on a tight budget, showing that this Central American country is not nearly as expensive as most people would have you believe. In fact, I estimate that Belize is well within the means of all but the most shoe-string budget backpackers. So if you’re a budget traveler exploring Central America, go check out my post on Belize costs here.
As a follow-up to that article, in this post I offer 2 dozen tips for keeping costs low in Belize. There are probably more ideas floating around from other travelers’ experiences, so if you have any other advice or suggestions, feel free to add them to the comments section below.
To get started, following is the advice I can offer after exploring Belize for one full month in January, 2016:
1. Arriving in Belize from Guatemala, you can save a big chunk of money by crossing the border in northern Guatemala near Tikal over to San Ignacio, Belize vs. arriving from Livingston, Guatemala on the Caribbean coat. At the crossing near Tikal/San Ignacio, there’s no exit fee for leaving Guatemala and buses cost just a few dollars either side of the border.
Breaking Belize News Socks It To Belize Telemedia Limited
Breaking Belize News, one of the country’s most popular blogs, took the opportunity to skewer the company, saying that if you aren’t offering better prices and better customer service, you aren’t in the game.
We must ask ourselves a few important questions: Did Belizeans lose in the nationalization of BTL because of these technologies that are changing the communications landscape in Belize? We invested millions in outdated technology, when technological trends are showing that communications are moving towards affordable wireless. With all these millions invested we are still paying very high rates. Will all the infrastructure BTL owns become obsolete? How can Belizeans be prepared for globalization when we do not possess the necessary skills to be competitive, especially in technology, where telecommunication is the link to just about every piece of technological development in the world?
In conclusion, if BTL wants to remain a relevant and profitable telecommunications company in the future, it must realize and embrace the fact that telecommunications is the backbone of any developed and developing nation, and it has to take into consideration some very important factors such as: Speed, reliability, affordability, the fact that over 80% of internet access is done via mobile devices, and superb customer service. Competition will only get stronger.
Jamaica confirms first case of zika virus
The ministry of health has confirmed one case of the zika virus in Jamaica. The patient, who has now recovered is a four year old child.
The child began showing symptoms on January 17, 2016, after earlier returning to Jamaica from travel to Texas in the United States.
The child was investigated at the Bustamante Hospital for Children and samples sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing on January 26, 2016. The ministry received the positive zika virus test result from CARPHA late Friday afternoon.
Pirate football streams are dangerous for users - study
That's where all our bandwidth goes... New research shows that pirate football streaming sites are putting the devices and personal privacy of their users at great risk, reports BBC News. Researchers say the most popular sites attract more than 8 million visits per month. They studied thousands of streams and found that up to half planted malicious software on users' devices through forced ads and other deceptive techniques.
The study analysed over 5,000 aggregator domains and found that almost 25 percent of live streams originate from the servers hosted in Belize. More than 60 percent of the streams originate from the media servers provided by only five companies located in Belize, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Canada.
Canada Urges High Degree Of Caution For Several Caribbean Nations
Canadian travelers are being urged to “exercise a high degree of caution” when travelling to several Caribbean destinations.
Updated travel advisories to some three Caribbean island destinations were issued by the Government of Canada late last week while warning to “exercise a high degree of caution” were issued between January 19th and 20th for four other countries in the region.
On January 28th, Suriname was listed as a nation where travelers should “exercise a high degree of caution” while the same label was slapped on to St. Lucia and Haiti a day earlier, on January 27th. Travelers to Haiti are urged to “exercise a high degree of caution due to high crime rates in various parts of the country and ongoing political tension” while travelers to St. Lucia are warned to “exercise a high degree of caution limited medical resources, generally poor road conditions, unreliable public transportation, and moderate crime rates.”
Travelers to Suriname are urged to “exercise a high degree of caution due to moderate to high levels of crime, as well as the possibility of demonstrations and unrest.”
The caution was also issued for Guyana, the Dominican Republic and Belize on January 19th and Jamaica on January 20th where travelers are all urged to “exercise a high degree of caution due to the high level of violent crime.”
Caldwell Students Serve in Remote Villages in Belize
Seven Caldwell University students spent part of their winter break serving in remote villages in southern Belize, Central America.
They helped repair schools and churches in the town of Punta Gorda and in the Mayan villages of Dolores, Santa Cruz and Pueblo Viejo.
Katlyn Houtz, a junior and an education and psychology major, said highlights for her were working in the school in Dolores where they assembled the framing for dividing walls for classrooms and having the opportunity to get to know the principal. “I loved her story,” said Houtz, explaining that the teacher grew up in a village and was very good at mechanics and engineering but her father wanted her to become a teacher. She was able to attend high school and college, which is not the norm for females. Now that principal is focused on making education more readily available to girls.
From Cayo to Saputo:Belizean Forward Michael Salazar and His Path to the Montreal Impact
Earlier this January, Michael Salazar was anxiously sitting in the audience for the 2016 MLS Superdraft at the Baltimore Convention Centre, waiting for his name to be called.
Seats were emptying as one whole round passed and 23 players had their names called by Major League Soccer teams. The Montreal Impact was now on the clock with the 24th pick, looking to make their next selection.
The 23-year-old wasn’t the only nervous member of the Salazar family that day. His mother, who had flown in from his native Belize, also had a hard time staying seated.
“She was waiting and waiting, for a second she thought I wasn’t going to get called at all,” Salazar said.
MLS vice president Todd J. Durbin then walked up to the podium.
“With the fourth pick of the second round of the MLS Superdraft, the Montreal Impact select, from the University of California Riverside, forward Michael Salazar.”
The Hydrous Belize 2016, 2.5min. In January 2016, The Listwin Family Foundation hosted our team to conduct preliminary analysis of coral reefs in Mexico Rocks marine reserve in Ambergris Caye, Belize.
The Caribbean was once home to the most pristine coral reefs in the world, but unfortunately local stressors such as pollution combined with global climate change has changed many of these reefs to a shadow of its former beauty. Later this year, we hope to empower local stakeholders with design thinking and technology to help them monitor and manage their own resources.
Belize Underwater, 3min. Diving adventures in Belize. Dive sites include Tuffy Cut, Mermaid's Lair, Esmarelda Canyon, Half Moon Wall, Lion's Den and of course the Great Blue Hole.
Flying into Ambergris Caye, Belize, 1min. view of the island from above
Belize 1 30 16, 8.5min.
Belize SCUBA Break - Christmas 2015, 8.5min. A video sequence and soundtrack chronicling a thoroughly fabulous few days of SCUBA off the Belize Barrier Reef over 2015 Christmas break. A beautiful reminder of what 50m visibility looks like at 30m, and what it's like diving a shorty wet suit in 29*C waters in mid-December.
WOP Highlights: Belize Water Services and Contra Costa Water District (USA), 3.5min. The WOP between Belize Water Services Ltd. (BWS) of Belize and Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) of the United States was established for a duration of 12 months in order to promote a safety culture at BWS and improve worker safety.
SAN PEDRO WAHOO CHALLENGE "TEAM MAJIK", 10min. Captain Morgans San Pedro Wahoo Challenge featuring Team Majik Aboard a 28' Wahoo Edition Powered by Yamaha 250 4s. Captained by Emmanuel Samos; Team Anglers- Roger Hoilman, Tom Manzi, Art Torres and Nestor Davis- Produced by Michael Davis, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye - Discover Belize Now!