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Sailing & Sport Fishing Highlights in St. Kitts

Caribbean regatta

A successful Booby Island Regatta & Sailing Festival this spring served as a testing-ground for an even bigger event in 2017, while this fall welcomes a new sport fishing tournament in St. Kitts. “This year’s regatta kept with its usual three-day …

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Antigua Sailing Week 2016: The Beat Goes On

Antigua Sailing Week

The 49th edition of Antigua Sailing Week was memorable, with superb conditions and a fairy tale ending that showcased the secret to the success of this celebrated regatta. Over one thousand sailors from more than 20 countries took part, all hell-bent on world class racing and …

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Caribbean News: Dates Set For CSA Annual Conference

Dates set for CSA Annual Conference This year’s Annual Caribbean Sailing Association Conference and AGM will be held in Antigua on October 21st – 22nd. The CSA say they are hoping for an even stronger attendance than 2015 to continue collaboration …

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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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Sailing with Charlie: Sailing with Music

Sailing With Charlie Humor by Julian PutleyCartoon by Christine Taylor

Charlie likes music; he also likes silence, but there’s a time and place for everything. When there’s a high pressure system over the islands and the atmosphere is crystal clear; and when this is accompanied by a light 10 to …

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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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Learning the Ropes: Becoming Less Clewless in Texas

  I’ve always harbored a tinge of jealousy toward people born with certain advantages. I’m not referring to those born into the One Percent (although that isn’t necessarily a bad thing). I’m thinking more of those lucky enough to be …

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