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Caribbean 1500 Cruiser Rally Arrives in the BVI

The 17th annual Caribbean 1500 Rally officially got underway from Hampton, Virginia on the U.S. east coast at 11 a.m. on November 7, 2006, two days later than scheduled due to inclement weather with a low-pressure system passing through the …

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Nanny Cay Nations Cup

Brothers Robbie and Mike Hirst led a strong fleet of international competitors at the second annual Nanny Cay Nations Cup that gathered November 10 off Nanny Cay Marina in the British Virgin Islands. The Hirsts, last year’s clear winners too, …

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Foxy’s Cat Fight Regatta and Halloween Ball

Competitors sailing in the 9th annual Cat Fight Regatta found fresh 15 to 20 knot breezes for the one day event October 28th. Registration the night before had five cats sign up at the pre-race party at Foxy’s on Jost …

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Columbian Emeralds – Caribbean Ladies Championship Regatta

September 23rd to the 25th marked the first annual Colombian Emeralds Caribbean Ladies Championship Regatta, hosted by the Royal BVI Yacht Club. Nine competitors from four countries made up the fleet, using full-rig Lasers. The pre-regatta format was centered around …

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Chief Minister’s Youth Regatta

The 5th annual Chief Ministers Youth Regatta was sailed July 9th & 10th in ideal conditions just off the entrance to Nanny Cay Marina. Seven teams from around the Carribean competed in some of the best junior competition seen in years. Tortola …

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IC-24 International Regatta

The Royal British Virgin Islands Yacht Club hosted twelve IC 24s July 23rd and 24th for the IC 24 ‘Worlds’. Conditions on the course outside of Road Harbour were ideal on Saturday – winds of 12 to 16 knots with …

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RBVIYC Dinghy Championships

Conditions were ideal for the Royal British Virgin Islands Yacht Club’s Dinghy Championships held May 6-7 with winds ranging from 10-15 knots both days.Tight racing was found in every class with the Laser Radial fleet having eleven boats on the …

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