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    Comprised of three islands, the Cayman Islands are made up of Cayman Brac, Little Cayman and Grand Cayman. Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1503, the islands were first named Las Tortugas for their large turtle presence. Offering easy access to major cities, today Grand Cayman is an international hub recognized for its culture, advanced infrastructure, beautiful landscapes and scuba diving.
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    As the largest of the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman is 22 miles long with an average width of four miles. While its capital city, George Town, is considered an international business hub its beaches are some of the best in the world. With a tropical climate and attractive outdoor lifestyle, Grand Cayman’s natural landscape is begging to be explored.
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    Situated on the highly coveted Seven Mile Beach, The Watermark celebrates and reflects its surroundings. Powder soft sand meets endless hues of ocean blue in a view that was recently named Caribbean’s best beach by Caribbean Travel & Life magazine.
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    Offering effortless, bespoke luxury and exceptional services and amenities, The Watermark sets a new standard for world-class oceanfront living. Welcome to an exclusive and private residential environment with five-star resort-style living tailored to your every desire.