John Holmberg has had his captain's license for 30 years and has certainly made good use of it.

If you operate a charter boat or "vessel for profit" and are planning to travel through the British Virgin Islands soon, take heed of the marine regulations.

The most popular activity in a group of thrill-seekers like ARC crew, of course, was ziplining. So in the spirit of the island and the event, I decided to face my fear of heights and join a group of crewmembers.

I sat down with Adam Foster at Bosun's Restaurant in Rodney Bay Marina, Saint Lucia, in mid-December and we talked about his job as General Manager at Rodney Bay Marina.

St. Johnian sailor Max Nickbarg won the Cressy Trophy in October, which means he is the best high school full rig laser sailor in the United States

The Carlos Aguilar Match Race in December was the second match race regatta I had ever done.

The best female match racers in the United States came down to the Virgin Islands to race and were treated to every imaginable weather condition that the Caribbean had to offer.

November 10 to 12 saw one of the most successful showings of the St. Thomas Fall Yacht Show, which was presented by the Virgin Islands Charteryacht League (VICL)

Part II of an interview with Commodore Jose Miguel Diaz Escrich of the Hemingway International Yacht Club of Cuba (HIYC), who was recently appointed President of Marlin Marinas Business Group

What goes into each person’s decision on where to go to school? And, how much of a part do sports play in the college acceptance process?

October is a notoriously slow month in the Caribbean. The end of hurricane season is still weeks away and the cruise ships are just beginning to return to the island ports.

Throughout his life, Commodore Escrich has made it his mission to share his love of the water with all who come into contact with him.

One of the great things about sailing is that it’s one of the few sports where women and men can compete together on the same proverbial playing field.

The North American Rally for Cruisers (NARC) has for the past decade been the fun way to deliver a boat from New England to the Caribbean. The first leg of the regatta leaves Newport

Sailors from other parts of the world leave their home ports make the journey to warmer climates, and locals prepare their tropical islands to welcome snow-shy visitors

The oldest and largest offshore cruising rally in America is celebrating its twenty-year anniversary this month as it takes off from Hampton, Virginia

The transition from high school to college is a big deal, no matter where you’re from. The transition from a high school class of five on a small island in the Caribbean to a college

Caribbean Collegiate Youth light it up at the ICSA Nationals and make their mark felt

Georgetown's Andrea Bailey interviews one of the Caribbean Youth All-Stars at the Collegiate Level.