A long voyage typically takes weeks or even months to plan, but not in our case. For us it started during our spring vacation to Florida in April 2011 when I got a call from a recruiter for a job in Tampa.
Puerto Rico will host the 2011 International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Annual Conference in San Juan at the Caribe Hilton Hotel from November 3-13.
On Saturday December 18, the Salinas community celebrated its 3rd annual 'Night of Lights'. People gathered to celebrate the Holiday Season by adorning their vessels with thousands of colored lights.
The weekend of December 10-12, twenty Hobie 16s and their crews competed in the 3rd annual Puerto Rico Hobie 16 National Championship sponsored by the Puerto Rico Hobie Cat Association.
Assuming you are approaching Puerto Rico from the west, your first stop might be the new Marina Pescaderia, whose logo is: Change your waypoint.
This year Joel was given the challenging task of planning, organizing and making a reality the 21st Discover the Caribbean Series in a period of difficult economic times. A quest which he accomplished flawlessly.
Lately more and more women are sailing either by themselves, as part of an all-female crew or as captains of their own family sailboats ... It is awesome!
Located between the USVIs and the Dominican Republic, with hundreds of miles of coastline, and eternal summer-like weather, Puerto Rico offers something for everyone.
The 2010 Puerto Rico VelaCup regatta, held over Memorial Day weekend, was the best and biggest so far.
The 21st century is a great time to be a sailor. Sailors nowadays have a lot more tools available to assist them while they sail our oceans safely and efficiently.
For two consecutive weekends in November, crews raced in varying conditions as part of the 2009 Discover the Caribbean Series hosted by the Ponce Yacht and Fishing Club in southern Puerto Rico.
Internet technology is quickly changing how sailors communicate. Are you keeping up with the wave?