Latest from the Caribbean

Pent-up demand after a year or more of pandemic sheltering in place is driving yacht charter bookings, according to NauticEd

The Salty Dawg Sailing Association (SDSA) has offered a series of online webinars this spring and summer and weather is one of them

A recent effort at improving the gelcoat of my 1989 model sailboat reminded me to first establish the amount of chalking of the gelcoat.

The Lyon, a private French 40-gun warship, is the likely identity of the shipwreck recently discovered in English Harbour, Antigua

The Brunswick Corporation announced in June that it’s purchasing Navico, a global leader in marine electronics and sensors.

Cruising vessels entering the USA will have new options via the US Customs and Border Patrol “CBP ONE™” mobile app, on Google and Play stores

Is all stainless steel the same? How do I decide and why are the prices so different? What's going on with the varying prices

Getting more women into the sport and industry of sailing is the goal of a new mentorship program

We tested the bite-shortened hook with a popular coastal sport fish, Spotted Seatrout. It was promising in our study done with this species

The tall brown cylinder of Ron Añejo Calazan Reserve Aged 10 Years immediately drew us in wanting to explore.

Did you know that drinking hot drinks and eating hot foods is actually proven to cool you down!

Antigua and Barbuda resident’s loyalty was split three ways when it came to cheering at the 36th America’s Cup, which sailed in March in New Zealand

Strong sponsor support enabled the Marine Vocational Program (MVP) to enhance its ability to teach students marine skills such as sailing with the donation of six sailboats as part of the MVP’s Happy Island Sailing Club

The Caribbean is the best location in the world to partake in water sports; the water is warm, gentle breezes waft through the atmosphere, the turquoise star-spangled rippling

The Equipment Committee members of World Sailing, the global governing body for the sport of sailing, voted unanimously in May to approve the RS21 International Class Association

The first-ever Junior Pan American Games, in Cali, Colombia, will include sailing as one of 39 sports

Fourteen-year-old Tanner Krygsveld focused on maintaining his lead as he started the third and final day of racing in the 28th International Optimist Regatta (IOR)

Since I grew up aboard, it was always a given that someday I’d circumnavigate—but there was ‘many a slip between the cup and lip’ as they say.

Now after close to two months, the volcano eruption phase has been classified as “orange”, down from “red” eruptive levels; this could change at any time