Restricted Casinos in Barbados

Gambling houses in Barbados were allowed to open in 2010. Only foreign visitors were allowed to enter the casino. Local people had no right to participate in gambling.

The residents played illegally at the rates in the Internet cafe. In 2014, the government tried to legalize such establishments and establish its own National Lottery. During the popular vote, the proposals were rejected by local residents. Until now, the casino exists mostly exclusively for tourists. The doors of most gambling houses are open around the clock.

Barbados has a gambling business on cruise ships

Soon, Barbados will become a more attractive tourist destination, especially for gamblers. Currently, the local government is adopting amendments to the law, according to which the casino will receive permission to work on cruise ships. This, in the opinion of the authorities, should ensure a stable influx of holidaymakers.

Needless to say, it was not without limits. So, the vessel must remain in the port for at least 12 hours and take visitors to the casino only from 6 pm to 6 am. In addition, access to gambling establishments will only have passengers of tourist liners, and local residents will not be able to try their luck in gambling. Transport Minister George Hudson explained that the decision on long-term parking in the ports is dictated by the fact that the authorities want to give tourists the opportunity to get to know Barbados better so that they discover new interesting opportunities, and not just legal casinos. Hudson also stressed that the new legislation will allow Barbados to enter a new competitive level of the cruise industry.

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