Order of the Caribbean

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Order of the Caribbean
Medal of the Order of the Caribbean.svg
Awarded by the
Coat of arms of the Dominion of the Caribbean redux.svg
Sovereign of the Caribbean
TypeSingle grade Order
EligibilityCaribbeans; also, foreigners may be given honorary membership
Awarded forOutstanding distinction
Motto"For the caribbeans, and the unity between them"
Post-nominals
  • Sovereign - SOTC
  • Knight - KOTC
  • Dame - DOTC
Statistics
Established2019
Precedence
Next (higher)Highest
Next (lower)None
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Ribbon of the order

The Order of the Caribbean is the only order in the Dominion of the Caribbean. The Order was established in 2019, and it is considered the equivalent of a knighthood in the Ikonian honours system.

Membership in the Order can be conferred upon any Caribbean citizen of outstanding distinction. Honorary membership in the Order can be conferred upon any distinguished citizen of a country other than the Caribbean or Ikonia.

Members and Honorary Members are entitled to:

  • wear the insignia of the Order as a decoration,
  • be styled "The Honourable",
  • use the post-nominal letters "KOTC" or "DOTC" (for Knights and Dames) or "KOTC (Hon.)", "DOTC (Hon.)" (for Honorary Members).

The motto of the Order is "For the caribbeans, and the unity between them".

Recipients

Country Pre-nominals Name Post-nominals Invested Grade
Flag of the Dominion of the Caribbean redux.svg Caribbean His Majesty Cameron I None[1] 30 April 2019 Sovereign
 Caribbean The Honourable Hayden Ford OTE KOTC 1 May 2019 Knight

Notes

  1. Monarchs do not receive post-nominals