What Now for Yacht Insurance?

In the November issue of All At Sea we ran a short interview with a European insurance broker who gave us an initial response to the devastation in Grenada, in particular that: “Storing a yacht on the hard with standard rigging was …

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Yacht Club of the Month – Casa de Campo

Situated to the eastern end of the Dominican Republic’s southern coast near La Romana, Casa de Campo is a breathtaking marina complex, built by Italian Architects Studio Fini. The resort itself is a Golfing mecca and on the Conde Nast Traveller Gold …

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The SeaStar Foundation, Inc.

The SeaStar Foundation is seeking other organizations and individuals to help in the fight to preserve and replenish our ocean resources. Although SeaStar is fairly new on the scene we are making rapid progress in becoming an effective force in …

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Angostura Tobago Sail Week – The Spirit of Racing

Where in the world can you find the perfect blend of superb sailing, fantastic parties and Angostura Rum? Tobago, of course! The Angostura Tobago Sail Week truly captures “the Spirit of Racing”. Starting on the second Sunday in May of …

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2004 Dry Creek Vineyard Pro Am Results

Virgin Gorda, BVI, November 5, 2004 — Ed Baird, the current World Match Race Champion, and Tom Leweck, the famed Curmudgeon of Scuttlebutt, teamed up to win the Bitter End Yacht Club’s Dry Creek Vineyard Pro-Am Regatta. This unique event …

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23rd Annual CYS Boatshow Held at VCM

Every fall yacht brokers from around the globe converge on Tortola to attend the Charter Yacht Society Boat Show. This year was the 23rd event and Village Cay Marina, where the show is held, was packed with gorgeous yachts, well-dressed …

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BEYC Defiance Day Regatta Results

VIRGIN GORDA, BVI, November 1, 2004—Sailmaking genius Lowell North paired up with tactician and two-time Olympic medalist JJ Isler to win the 10th Annual Defiance Day Regatta, and 3rd Annual Scuttlebutt Offshore Championship hosted by the Bitter End YC on …

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Bitter End YC Pro Am Results

Virgin Gorda, BVI, November 4, 2004 – A less-than-stellar first race did nothing to deter Tom Story and crew from racking up three straight bullets, en-route to an overall victory at the 4th Annual Scuttlebutt Sailing Club Championship. After a …

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Throw Out Stress – Try the VI Ferry System

This season discover the beauty of St. John, Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda and Anegada for just the price of a ferry ticket. Grab your backpack – I’m going to show you the Virgins – the laid back way …

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Huntin, Shootin, n Fishin? Easy!

Well, the hunting’s easy.I know, because I sometimes hunt out cockroaches, but shooting them? No, leave that to experts. Fishing, now, that has to be easy. I mean, just look at this photo. This big guy, Hassan, he comes up …

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Schooner St. Peter to be in Pirate Sequel

Bob Williamson’s square-rigged schooner “St. Peter” has been asked to appear in the sequel to “Pirates of the Caribbean”. At her home in Nelson’s Dockyard she is, as a result of being in the first film, even more popular with …

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YSATT sets up Marine Relief Fund for Grenada

Christmas Cook-Up Christmas is in the air, and while it may not be the ‘traditional’ scents and sounds, the “Trini” traditions are alive and well. The sounds of parang and the decorated malls are always sure signs that the season …

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Flat Out Fishing – Locating Active Daytime Fishing Holes

Locating Active Daytime Biters Fish are very light sensitive critters, you would be to if you didn’t have eyelids! As a result they instinctively seek the deepest water available during the brightest periods of the day. Shallow water anglers should take a …

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Antilles School Wins Coral Bay School Regatta

Sailing smart led Antilles School’s Cy Thompson, and crew Rian Bareuther, to win both Division A and Overall in the Coral Bay School Regatta, held in St. John October 30 and 31. "We sailed smart and were consistent. Even though …

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Tis The Season For Safety on the Seas

The holidays are a great time to get out on the water. Take your boat for an extended cruise. Raft up with some friends in a beautiful anchorage. Rent a run-about and island hop. However, let safety be your north …

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Jol Byerley’s December 04 Letter From Antigua

The people in the vicinity of the islands of Antigua and Barbuda breathed a huge sigh of relief when it possibly appears that we would again survive the hurricane season without a “major strike”. After all in the latter part …

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