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This is very old news. We have been cruising over forty years, and have known about camo bans in Barbados for as long as we can remember. Must admit that we did not know about Jamaica. But as a long time cruiser we simply avoid camo stuff anywhere. And by the way, it is not a capital crime in Barbados. . We once witnessed a teen boy being stopped on the pier (at Barbados) and simply being told he would have to go back onboard and change his shorts.Hank has it right. At my age I certainly wouldn't be wearing any camo outfit to begin with, but I've known for a long time that it is not acceptable, in general, throughout the Caribbean.
Nothing new here. When you travel, unless you are going hunting leave your camo at home.And even if you are going hunting, camo is frequently inappropriate.
Perhaps it is old news...but I, myself have never heard of this. (I guess I am a dummy) Although this does not affect me, I am sure it may affect others that also did not know this..so I appreciate the info.Same here. I've been on several cruises and had no idea about this. I don't wear it, but it's good to know in case I ever travel with someone who might have something with a camo design on it.