Don't Miss Caribbean Events coming up in October 2020

BVI Yacht Sales, a 1981-founded Caribbean yacht brokerage based in Nanny Cay, Tortola, has merged with Southern Trades Yacht Brokerage

Coral World can free up space in its coral nursery to receive new sick coral by transferring rehabilitated coral to the ocean park for continued monitoring

Spices make our food taste great. The Caribbean is blessed with a climate and verdant islands that support the growth of many herbs and spices

Stay calm and surf on is the perfect motto for aLGLink, Ltd., a Tortola, BVI-based provider of marine Wi-Fi for private yachts and bareboats

Bigger is better when it comes to Parts & Power Ltd.’s new showroom, parts, sales and service center located in Fish Bay, Tortola. 

The Bitter End Yacht Club purchased 132 additional devices, bringing the total to over 1,000 Chromebooks contributed to the Ministry of Education

In the Caribbean we rely on rich people – for villa and yachting holidays and for setting up offshore business accounts to mitigate high taxes

For centuries, mariners have found natural harbors, protected bays and dense mangrove lagoons in which to protect their vessels from storms

It just got a lot easier to purchase one of the premium saltwater sport fishing and high-performance boat brands in the Caribbean.

Every time you go sailing something is likely to go wrong, break, get jammed, cease working. It might even be a stubbed toe

Catch The Cat is a 41' 2010 Fountaine Pajot Lipari consisting of Captain Lushi, Hostess Margot, Amy (Margot’s Daughter) in reservations

By mid-October, charter boats will be preparing for what will likely be a very busy season. It’s time for locals to step as sailors

Good news for the U.S. Virgin Islands charter industry. On June 1, yachts, along with shoreside accommodations, received the green light

Nate and Heather Atwater, will lead the November 2021 BVI Flotilla. Fun events and special insider knowledge

Sailing is social distancing at its best. No three people know this better than St. Thomas’ Chris Rosenberg and his 15-year-old son Christian, who won the IC24 Class, and St. Thomas’ Marcus Compton, who topped the Hobie Wave Class, in this weekend’s inaugural St. Thomas Yacht Club (STYC) Invitational Regatta

Veuve Clicquot champagne, Miraval Rose, Grand Marnier, Captain Morgan rum and St. John Brewers VI beer, distributed by Bellows International and Grey Goose vodka and Soggy Dollar rum, supplied by the West Indies Company, are the official beer, wine and liquors of the 2020 USVI Charter Yacht Show