News at Dart

Cayman Compass: Editorial – Conference tourism: Sand, sea and symposia

The Cayman Alternative Investment Summit, hosted by Dart, successfully concluded its sixth conference, attracting thought leaders from around the world to discuss cutting-edge topics of interest within that industry. As seen with CAIS, Cayman is on the cusp of an opportunity to take tourism to the next level by focusing efforts on Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions or Events (MICE). 


Dart honours long service employees

Our people are our greatest asset and the reason for our success - Mark VanDevelde, CEO

Dart celebrated the long-standing dedication and commitment of 17 individuals at a recent Long Service Awards dinner in their honour. Recognising a combined 220 collective years of experience, employees from across the group offered reflections of their time with the company.


Dart employees learn The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

"An empowered organisation is one in which individuals have the knowledge, skill, desire, and opportunity to personally succeed in a way that leads to collective organisational success" - Stephen R. Covey, Author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

The key to success for any business lies with its people - particularly those that cultivate the skills needed to take on challenges and seek solutions while working together to achieve business goals. At Dart, we invest in our employees to develop better leaders, sharpen expertise and promote teamwork. Dart’s Learning and Development team offer a variety of training and development opportunities to help cultivate these skills.


Media statement: Britannia restrictive agreements

In 2016, Dart acquired the former Hyatt properties which include the site of the Beach Suites and the Britannia golf course.  When the acquired properties were first developed, some restrictive agreements that provided golf, tennis and beach access to the residents of Britannia were registered against the title to the properties.

There has been a disagreement between Dart and the Britannia residents as to the correct legal status of the restrictive agreements.  Over the course of the last two years, there have been meetings and communication between Dart and Britannia representatives to discuss options for resolution of the issue, but the parties failed to reach an agreement.


Cayman Compass: Cayman’s residential property boom

The Cayman Islands is a successful and well-known offshore financial center, as well as a popular tourism hot spot, but economic growth in recent years has been driven by an entirely different industry: construction.

Partnering with NCB Group Cayman to develop OLEA, Camana Bay's first for-sale residential development, came at an opportune time as demand for property fuels a construction boom across Grand Cayman.


Camana Bay Times: Diversifying Grand Cayman's beach experience

Tourism in the Cayman Islands is set to break records in 2018, with November stay-over numbers up 11.2 per cent year-to-date and cruise visitors expected pass the 1.9-million mark, not seen since 2006. With further growth projected for the destination in 2019, Grand Cayman faces a challenge in finding a way to balance the increase in volume of visitors without impacting the quality of their experience.


Camana Bay beach to feature pop-up bar and restaurant

Dart has submitted a planning application for a pop-up bar and restaurant slated to open in spring 2019 at the Camana Bay beach, formerly the Coral Caymanian.