Today on ALL AT SEA

A Castle on the Sea

sailing adventure

The last time I saw Picton Castle she was under full, magnificent sail, cutting a path through the 2015 Classic Regatta fleet in Antigua, bound for Aruba before turning north toward her Nova Scotia home. I journeyed with the ship …

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Model Boats Make Bequia Famous

model boats bequia

Bequia boasts a rich maritime heritage founded on boat-building. Construction of seafaring craft as an industry here dates to the 1800s. This second largest of the Grenadine islands soon earned a reputation as the ‘Boat Building Captial of the West …

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Aruba : Unique Culture & Fun Things to Do

Aruba

Aruba is fun to visit because there are so many places to see and diverse things to do. Whether traveling with adults, or in a family with children, the island’s compact size makes it enjoyable for everyone. The constant winds …

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Making Waves & Money for VISAR

VISAR

On June 5, Andrew Ball spent almost two hours swimming on his back from Saba Rock to Leverick Bay Resort and Marina in Virgin Gorda’s North Sound. By the time he stood on solid ground, his legs were wobbly and …

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Sailing with Charlie: Fear!

Fear

Hurricane season is here again and as we approach September, the most prominent month for tropical storms, we must all keep a watchful eye on the weather and be ready to make defensive preparations if necessary. For boaters that means …

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The Lowdown on Luperon

Luperon DR

Everyone who passes through Luperon has a story to tell. It’s a town that evokes the senses and gets beneath your skin. Whether you love it or hate it, you can’t help but be intrigued by it. The shabby town …

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Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

cloud silver lining

Clouds are closing in, ominous and black, while a line squall races towards your boat. Might not be the best time to bring it up, but with better observational skills and a bit of background you could have been watching …

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Caribbean News: New Caribbean Shark Sanctuaries

Caribbean shark sanctuaries

Together, the two new sanctuaries cover a total of 46,190 square miles (119,631 square kilometers), raising the total number of Caribbean sanctuaries to seven. Pew Charitable Trusts applaud New Caribbean Shark Sanctuaries St. Maarten, the Cayman Islands, Curacao, and Grenada boost …

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Bob Hewes Boats Celebrates 90 Years

Bob Hewes Boats

The 90th anniversary celebration of Bob Hewes Boats is more than the story of a four-generation family business. Instead, it chronicles the history of the South Florida boating industry through the achievements of a North Miami, Florida-based enterprising dynasty that …

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South Florida News: Rybovich Veteran Joins Nautical Structures

Nautical Structures

Rybovich Veteran Joins Nautical Structures David Miller is the new kid on the block at Nautical Structures, Inc. (NSI), a Largo, Florida-based marine manufacturer specializing in tender-handling and boarding equipment such as transom lifts, gangplanks, passerelles, accommodation stairs and shell doors. …

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Angostura 1919 8-year Old

Angostura 1919 8 year old rum review

We were standing in the middle of the rum aisle trying to decide on a rum to review. Sipping or mixing? Caribbean or South American? We are fortunate to live in Florida which offers us a wide variety of rums. …

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New Products

New Products All At Sea

LED NAVIGATION LAMPS PROVIDE SUPERIOR MARINE SAFETY Offering ultra-low power consumption and a maintenance-free design, NaviLED PRO Series LED navigation lights from Hella marine provide bright and reliable illumination. With no bulbs to burn out or filaments to snap in rough seas, …

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