Tag Archives: Olympics

Dream Vacations and a Touch of Wind

dream vacations

This month we take our annual look at what’s new on the charter scene. This is always a popular feature, for who wouldn’t want to sail to sun-kissed islands, while an attentive crew panders to their every whim? Over the …

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Caribbean Sailing Olympians Shine in Rio

Caribbean Sailing Olympians

If I were to sum up my experience, I would say that it was full of joy and gratefulness. I was not in the best form that I would have liked for the windy conditions, but I fought every race …

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Multihulls Multiply in Caribbean Regattas

Multihulls in Caribbean Regattas: Record breaking Phaedo3 has taken the Caribbean regatta scene by storm

Monohulls easily outnumber multihulls in Caribbean regattas but the tide is turning. The sailing world has definitely caught multihull fever. The 2013 America’s Cup opened many eyes and minds to what a catamaran can do. In December, the World Match …

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Profile: St. Lucia Sailor Stephanie Devaux-Lovell

St. Lucia junior sailor Stephanie Deveaux-Lowell

Nineteen-year-old Stephanie Devaux-Lovell has two clear goals. First, to qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics in the Laser Radial. Secondly, and even closer to her heart, is to win her home island of St. Lucia it’s first-ever Olympic medal. Devaux-Lovell’s …

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Southeast US Makes Majority of Olympic Sailors

Annapolis and Newport sailors can argue until they’re blue in the face over which city rightfully holds the title of “sailing capital of the world,” but there’s no denying that Southeastern sailors have an advantage. If you need proof, just …

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NEWS – Rodney Bay Marina Didier Urges Insurance Review

Didier urges insurance review St Lucia – Rodney Bay Marina General Manager Cuthbert Didier says more regionally based insurance companies need to actively solicit business from visiting yachtsmen. Didier, who has formulated a major yachting consultancy for ECLAC and more …

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