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swingbridgeliftingforprogressIt is not seen often, but its a sight that’s increasing.

The lifting of the Chamberlain Bridge signals activity in the yachting/tourism sector and as Barbados becomes more popular as a preferred destination for sailors no doubt commercial activity relating to this sector will pick up in Bridgetown.

2 Responses to A GOOD SIGN

  1. Denis Mooney May 17, 2013 at 5:27 pm

    My God, that thing actually works??

  2. Dean May 18, 2013 at 8:10 pm

    These power boats are attracting A lot of tourist back in bridgetown. It gives you A chance to see these beautiful boats up closely. Most of the boat owners are also friendly this is good for Barbados.


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