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Posted: 21 Jun 2014 | 2:22 pm
The newly right sized Catch Beach Club will celebrate its new incarnation with a re-opening party tonight June 21st at 9 pm.
Using the new tag line "size doesn't matter, it's how you use it" the outlet has been made-over to comply with the latest government move on cleaning up the island's beaches.
All three Twinpalms outlets at Surin - Catch, and Bimi are making a return to business as usual. Bongo will unfortunately not return.
If you haven't been to Surin Beach lately, the changes to the landscape are compelling and worth a trip down.
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