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The $93 million Mississippi Aquarium is coming out of the ground on the East Beach service road in Gulfport, on track to open late this year or by early 2020.
While the US president, Donald Trump, is looking for funds to finance the construction of the controversial wall on the border with Mexico, a US citizen, in just a matter of days, raised a fence in the Mexican state of Yucatan with which he closed the access of a public beach near his home.
ALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – The tourism-marketing agency Visit Florida would only be funded for three months, while Enterprise Florida wouldn’t get any state money as part of a budget proposal released Tuesday by a House panel for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
“Last-chance tourism” is hastening the decline of destinations like the Florida Reef and the Galapagos Islands.
Mote Marine Lab CEO emphasizes jobs and economic impact.
South Carolina - Surfside Beach is the next municipality looking to bring extra revenue into their community at the expense of Horry County.
Kayankerni and several other coastal zones to be declared Marine Protection Areas
Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Officials from Cancun to Tulum continue to fight the issue of sargasso that has begun to arrive on state beaches. The continual abundance of the sea weed remains a critical issue for the state as the sargasso slowly returns to the region.
At first glance it seems to be the ultimate playground for the rich, but this stunning island archipelago has a dark and deadly secret.
Wrightsville Beach’s seasonal paid parking kicks in Friday with a new hourly fee of $3, which goes toward several project including beach renourishment.