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2018 Caribbean Charter Yacht Show Preview

USVI Charter Yacht Show at IGY’s Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas

It’s the Caribbean’s fantastic fleet of floating hotel rooms that will be on show this fall in the British Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands and Antigua. This is when brokers from around the world, the sales force of charter yacht …

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How To Buy a Yacht to Put into Charter

Living the dream. Photo courtesy of Dream Yacht Charters

Ownership of a yacht without having constant maintenance and management concerns is what Charlie Hamilton sought when buying a yacht for his busy family, who all enjoyed spending time together on the water. A yacht as a small business, an …

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Sailing with Charlie: Chartering

Graphics by Anouk Sylvestre

Chartering in the Caribbean has come a long way in the last 50 years. In the ’70s when Charlie began his career as a charter yacht captain, charterers had to work hard before they arrived at that pristine anchorage and …

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MarineMax Vacations Launches Nanny Cay Base

New Outer Marina

MarineMax Vacations has officially opened their new base at Nanny Cay on the island of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, making it easier than ever to launch a personal yacht charter cruise from a convenient and beautiful location. “A short …

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Antigua’s UK Sailing Day Regatta

Calm waters and no trade winds in sight

Competitors and spectators enjoyed Caribbean-like weather at the St Edmundsbury Sailing & Canoeing Association’s ‘Antigua Sailing Day Regatta’, at Lackford Lake, near the English town of Bury St Edmunds, on 24 June. This was the 6th running of the event, …

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New Boat, New Location for the BVI’s Famed Willy T

God bless the new Willy T and all who … er, party on her. Photo: Caribbean Jules Photography

Named after one of the British Virgin Islands’ most famous native sons, today, it’s equally well-known as one of this British Overseas territory’s most iconic visitor attractions. The William Thornton, nicknamed the Willy T, is a floating bar and restaurant …

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First VIPCA Marine Apprenticeship Class Graduates

Pool time (front row, from left): Terell Hyndman, Marquis Aubain, Kia Campbell, Rajahni Flowers and Isis Brannigan. Standing are Ashonni Etienne (left) and Gary ‘Tre’ Danet

Three of a seven-strong group of teen and twenty-year-old students stood in the shallow end of the St. Thomas Swimming Association Pool, near Red Hook, St. Thomas. Each were outfitted in full scuba gear, including tanks, masks and fins, the …

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Spanish Virgin Islands 100

Sergio Sagramoso’s winning Grand Soleil 58 Lazy Dog. Photos by Carlos Lee

Distance races are a hot trend in Caribbean racing. Witness the phenomenal popularity and record attendance of Antigua’s RORC Caribbean 600 and most recent inaugural 165-mile Full Moon Race in the BVI. Puerto Rico’s Borinquen Island Sailing Association (BRISA) revived …

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