Sunset House Management Change: Family Owners to Replace Karin and Keith Sahm

Starting August 31, 2017, Karin and Keith Sahm will be retiring from their positions as Co-General Managers of the famed dive resort, Sunset House, where the team have been in place for the last 5 years.   Keith, who has worked for the company in the capacity of GM and Director of Marketing and Advertising since 1997, will continue working for the resort from abroad in a marketing position, working industry trade shows and maintaining advertising commitments.  Keith will also concentrate on FORCE BLUE INC., the 501 (c) 3 that he helped co-found in 2015. (www.forceblueteam.org)

“We wanted to let everyone know that we have enjoyed the friendships, business relationships and appreciate your trust over the years.  Over the past few months, the family, Anne Briggs and Lisa Evans, have taken over the reins  during this transition period and begun remodeling of the resort.  We wish them best of luck and happy to see the well known resort continue, said the Sahms’”.  (Unfortunately, their beloved dog Murphy will be going stateside with them.  A sad day for ALL on island and hotel guests alike)

Sunset House is going into its 60th year next year and will continue its standard of great customer service for the new and avid diver.  Renovations are in the works, with some of the resorts oldest buildings coming down to make way for an updated feel while maintaining the charm of this family owned resort.  Kim Pisano in reservations and Emma Jane Fisher will still be in the front office to take care of reservations and see to your every need.

“Emma-Jane and Keith will both be at DEMA in Orlando, Florida November 1 – 4, 2017 at the Orange County Convention Center South Hall to update all on the renovations and direction of the resort and its award winning dive operation, Sunset Divers.   Both the Resort and Dive Operation won top honors in the Scuba Diving Magazine Readers Top 101 survey”, said Sahm.

About Sunset House

Sunset House/Sunset Divers has been welcoming divers to the Cayman Islands for more than 59 years. It is the only resort in the Cayman Islands, designed by divers, operated by divers, for divers. It’s also the only resort on Grand Cayman that has its own coral reef, with modern and ancient shipwrecks in shallow water right off shore. Underwater visibility on Sunset House’s reef can exceed 200 feet, and a remarkable variety of marine life can be seen there. Our own spectacular 9’ bronze sculpture of the mermaid Amphitrite is one of the most popular shore dive sites in the world along with its successful coral farm.  The resort features 34 guest rooms, including 16 deluxe Ocean view rooms, 2 spacious suites and 2 apartments with full kitchenettes. All rooms are air-conditioned with NO resort fees!  Complimentary Hi-Speed Wireless Internet can be accessed throughout the property and a convenient computer station is located in the lobby. SeaHarvest Restaurant offers full menus for some of the healthiest breakfasts, lunch and dinners around and is famous for its East Indian menu. My Bar a popular hangout for both locals and visitors, has been voted “Best in the Caribbean” by Caribbean Travel and Life and the Best of Cayman.  Sunset House also features an inviting seaside fresh water swimming pool. For information or reservations, call toll free: (800) 854-4767, On Grand Cayman: 345-949-7111. Web:www.sunsethouse.com

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Keith Sahm at 800-854-4767 or email at keith.sahm@sunsethouse.com.

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Sunset House/Sunset Divers has been welcoming divers to the Cayman Islands for more than 55 years. It is the only resort in the Cayman Islands, designed by divers, operated by divers, for divers. It’s also the only resort on Grand Cayman that has its own coral reef, with modern and ancient shipwrecks in shallow water right off shore. Underwater visibility on Sunset House’s reef can exceed 200 feet, and a remarkable variety of marine life to be seen there.

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