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Support the Blue Iguanas !

Friends of The Reef may be aware that we have been lending our support to this very worthy cause through our promotion of our “Adopt a Dragon” family vacation package.

Find out more about the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme, and if you are in Cayman on June 29th, buy a ticket and go to the fundraising dinner at the home of our friends at Cobalt Coast

This year marks the inaugural Blue Iguana Fundraising Dinner & Auctionand we are pleased to invite you to join us for this fun-filled event in support of Cayman’s Blue Iguana-one of the most endangered species in the world. This ‘night of Blues’ will be held on Friday, June 29 at the beautiful ocean-side setting of Cobalt Coast Resort, West Bay and promises to be a wonderful evening under the stars with a champagne reception, blues tunes to dance the night away, a four course dinner and a live auction, hosted by world-renowned artist, Ron “Rogest” Steven.

The auction will feature original artwork from Rogest and other artists and also items kindly donated by Artifacts, Cayman Islands Helicopter, Courtney Platt, Cox Lumber, Every Bloomin’ Thing, Harbour House Marina, Kirk Freeport, Markson’s Furniture, Westin Casuarina Resort, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman and a host of others.

Tickets are CI$100.00 per person and all proceeds from the event will go to the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme. In addition, guests will receive a signed print of Rogest’s most recent work, “Baby Blue” upon arrival as a thank you for their support. There will be many surprises in store and as part of the theme for the evening guests are invited to wear blue to make it a real “blue-tie” affair! We look forward to seeing you there and hope our efforts can make a difference.

For more information and ticket sales please contact Nancy at Divetech on 946 5658 or Caroline at The National Trust for The Cayman Islands on 949 0121 or

Seating is limited so please purchase tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Sincerely, Frank Roulstone
General Manager
The National Trust for The Cayman Islands

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