Despite hurricane damage, the beautiful waters of Grand Cayman continue to draw visitors and accoring to a survey the interest has increased in 2006 compared to 2005.
According to a United States’ survey, timeshares are becoming increasingly popular among Americans, something that is borne out by local timeshare properties on Grand Cayman.
Guests check in at Morritts Tortuga Club, which is based on 100 per cent timeshares. A US survey found that timeshares are growing in popularily among Americans, who make up a significant portion of the Cayman market.
Fully 14 per cent of active leisure travellers in America are now interested in purchasing timeshares according to the Yesawich, Pepperdine, Brown & Russell/Yankelovich partners 2006 National Leisure Travel Monitor.
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