In the western Caribbean Sea, just south of Cuba and west of Jamaica, lie the Cayman Islands. It is an area known as the ‘carefree corner of the Caribbean’ and it is where you will find Aston Martin Racing driver, Darren Turner, when he heads off for his holidays this year.
Turner has teamed up with the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism and will help to promote the idyllic luxury islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman as he races around the world for Aston Martin.
“I’m super proud to be partnering with the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism for the season ahead,” said Turner. “I’m really looking forward to visiting the Cayman Islands very soon to have my first experience of this wonderful part of the world and sharing what I discover with everyone.”
The Cayman Islands ‘Sir Turtle’ logo will be proudly displayed on Darren’s race helmet throughout the season. It will make its first appearance at the Lone Star Le Mans race weekend at the Circuit of the Americas on 22-23 February.
Regional Manager for CIDOT Europe Adrian White said “We are thrilled to have Darren on board as a brand ambassador for the Cayman Islands. His racing exploits with Aston Martin embody what the destination represents – luxury with a sense of adventure. The new association represents a new direction for the tourist board, exploring new partnerships with influential individuals who are highly regarded in their fields of expertise to further promote Cayman’s luxury offering.”
The Cayman Islands - Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman - are a luxurious tropical getaway. From the wonders of Seven Mile Beach and Stingray City to the fabulous shopping opportunities that range from local crafts to duty free luxury, and with restaurants serving freshy caught seafood, Grand Cayman is the perfect holiday destination. For more information please visit: www.visitcaymanislands.com.