Tag Archives: Laser

Winners Named at Discover the Caribbean Series

Discover the Caribbean Series

Two weekends of racing, one for big boats and the other for dinghies, made the Discover the Caribbean Series a perfect opportunity to explore the great combination of sociability and sailing conditions offered at the host Ponce Yacht & Fishing …

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Caribbean Racing Season 2017: January to March

RORC Caribbean 600. Photo: RORC Caribbean 600/ELWJ Photography

Here’s what, where, when and how you can jump aboard during the peak Caribbean racing season. January 16-24: Mount Gay Round Barbados Race Series Break records on January 21 at the 81st Mount Gay Round Barbados Race. “We have 14 …

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Meesmaecker Wins Third Heineken Light Laser Title

The fleet rounds the windward mark during the 26th Heineken Light Caribbean Open Laser Championships held in Orient Bay, St. Martin, on June 13-14. Photo Robert Luckock

Saint Barths’s Benoit Meesmaecker captured his third Laser title at the 26th Heineken Light Caribbean Open Laser Championship in Orient Bay, St. Martin, on June 13-14 with a solid, near flawless display of tactical sailing to win eight races out …

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Heineken Light Open Caribbean Laser Championships

Orient Bay, French St. Martin, is famous for its golden beaches and nude sunbathing. This year Orient also played host to something less risque, the 23rd Heineken Light Open Caribbean Laser Championships. “This is the biggest really interisland Laser regatta …

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The Great Laser Weekend

As autumn foliage announces the arrival of October in the North, so too does the Annual Caribbean Laser Team Racing Championships in Antigua. Now in its 16th year, the Antigua Yacht Club-sponsored event has become a tradition not to be missed. The races all …

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Martinique Retains Caribbean Dinghy Championships

Six of the Caribbean’s leading territories sent teams to the annual Caribbean Dinghy Championships, this year sailed in the familiar Optimist and Laser dinghies and hosted by the Royal BVI Yacht club. Last year’s champion team, Martinique, took the trophy back home again. Antigua …

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