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Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

Superyacht Solution for the BVI

Photo by Captain Warren East

Fifty years ago, when the British Virgin Islands popped up on the radar as a place to cruise, the idea of a “megayacht marina” was about as conceivable as wireless internet. Now it’s possible for a superyacht to turn up, ... Read More »

Caribbean Regatta Preview: April to October

Aruba Regatta. Photo: Eric Mijts

Regatta season doesn’t stop when the winter finishes. The spring, summer and fall all feature racing events that offer a mix of competition, camaraderie and celebration.   April 7-12 Oyster Regatta – Antigua 2014: Scheduled to follow the celebrations marking ... Read More »

Sailing with Charlie: Launchings

Graphics by Hannah Welch

Ship/Yacht/Boat launchings are such fun. A launching is the birthing of a yacht that months or years before was a mere concept. After much work, trial and tribulation a vessel is born; it is a time for celebration. In big ... Read More »

Caribbean Christmas Boat Parades and Parties

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It’s the season to enjoy merry-making. Since the Caribbean region is more sea than land, there are several ways to enjoy nautical-themed holiday celebrations, everything from boat parades to dockyard parties and raft-ups to watch fireworks. CHRISTMAS BOAT PARADE The ... Read More »

HIHO Introduces Painkiller Thriller

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Highland Spring HIHO organizer Andy Morrell stayed busy during this year’s event, which featured windsurfing and stand up paddling races around the BVI. On the first day of the event, which started near Virgin Gorda’s Bitter End, races got under ... Read More »