Seven Mile Beach covered in seaweed

[Cayman Islands] Beachgoers heading to Seven Mile Beach got an unexpected surprise Wednesday (30 September), as the entire shoreline along the west coast is covered in Sargassum seaweed.

 

One tourist who calls Cayman his second home said he has never seen Seven Mile Beach like this in his 41 years of visiting.

“It was kinda like ‘Planet of the Apes’ when Charlton Heston walks around the beach and sees the Statue of Liberaty sticking out. I came here to take a swim today, I just got on the islands a couple of days ago and came walking up and I was like oh-oh,” David Hanlin said in an interview with Cayman 27.

Seaweed can be seen from the fish market in George Town all the way into West Bay.

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