Name-British Overseas Territory of the Cayman Islands
Local name-British Overseas Territory of the Cayman Islands
Time line: A better world (TL)
OTL location:Caymen Islands
Flag of the Cayman Islands 80px
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Capital George Town
Largest CityGeorge Town
Other major settlements West Bay, Bodden Town, North Side and East End.
Languages 97% British English and 3% Cayman Islands English.
Leader Queen Elizabeth II.
Deputy Leader Governor General Helen Kilpatrick.
Head of parliament Prime minister Alden McLaughlin
Type of regime  British Overseas Territory.
Name of national legislature Legislative Council.
Area 264.5km.
Population 65,758.
Number of international airports 1.
Number of major ports 1.
State de facto formed 1850.
De facto Independence date 1985 (home rule, but not full independence).
Independence de jure reconised on .1985
Currency Cayman Islands Dollar (KYD), British Pound (GBP\£).
ReligionsEvanjelical Protistantisum.
Motto "He hath founded it upon the seas".
Imports: Fule, boats, fuled machinery, manual machinery, road vehicles, electric data processing equipment, and bricks.
Exports: coconuts, fish products, footwere, eye-glasses, tourism loactions, clothing and bank accounts.
Demonym Cayman Islander, Caimian, Caymaner or Camanite.
Anthem  "God Save the Queen" and "Beloved Isle Cayman".
Ethnic groups Blacks and Coloureds.
Internet TLD: Cy.
Highest mountain: Non.
Calling code: +1 345.
Number of military personnel: 200 UK garrison troops.
% Literacy: 100%.
Drives on the:Left.
National sport:Football.
National debt: Owed £500,000.
GDP per capita (PPP): $43,800.
% Interest rates:2.6%.
% Inflation rates:2.5%.


The Anti-Serbia War (1914-1918)Edit

Nothing notable happened. It joined stayed neutral like the UK did.

The Great Depression (1929-1940)Edit

There was a sharp decline in exports for about 2 years.

The Anti-Hitlerian War (1939-1946)Edit

It joined the war in the UK did. A 200 strong British garrison was set up on the Island.

Cold WarEdit

Nothing notable happened. It was, like the UK, a Western allie.

Life todayEdit

A artificial 1.5km reef and 0.5km was built nearby in 2008 as a new tourist attraction.

Horrific stormEdit

On 11 and 12 September 2004, Hurricane Ivan struck the Cayman Islands. The storm resulted in two deaths and caused great damage to the infrastructure on the islands. The total economic impact of the storms was estimated to be $3.4 billion.


  1. CariCom (A better world TL)


A artificial 1.5km reef and 0.5km was built nearby in 2008 as a new tourist attraction. The economy is based on on-line banking, coconut growing, fishing, cobbling, making eye-glasses, tourism, clothing, textiles and small scale light industry.