Sixty-five is the normal retirement age – the rest of your life is popularly known as the Golden Years. Spend it right and sail the Caribbean
Conch Charters has taken advantage of the downtime to make sure that our yachts, base, sales and safety protocols are in top condition
BVI Yacht Sales, a 1981-founded Caribbean yacht brokerage based in Nanny Cay, Tortola, has merged with Southern Trades Yacht Brokerage
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.
In the Caribbean we rely on rich people – for villa and yachting holidays and for setting up offshore business accounts to mitigate high taxes
Every time you go sailing something is likely to go wrong, break, get jammed, cease working. It might even be a stubbed toe
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
Rum drinking in the Royal Navy didn’t start because of a generous Admiralty. It began because water and beer went sour on long voyages
Nautical navigation has come a long way in the last four decades. In 1980 GPS was only just over the horizon (pun intended) for private use.
Celebrated on nearly every Caribbean island, Carnival, is traditionally celebrated right before Lent. Here's the Top Caribbean Carnivals
Ronald Hilliman, and his brother Germain, showed up to work the day after Hurricane Irma having lost everything. When asked what they wanted to do, their joint answer was simple: ‘we need to work’. Work they did.
December is all about the festive season and Christmas is a huge celebration in the Caribbean
Going green used to mean that someone was about to be sea sick – not any more
Sharon, and I have sailed the British Virgin Islands several times but it’s been six years since our last charter. First time for our crew...
So you’ve decided to quit the rat race. You’ve found the perfect boat, good rig, sails, engine, instruments and ground tackle.
Have you noticed how many boxes are sailing in Caribbean waters these days. There are big ones, little ones, giant ones, cheap ones and expensive ones.
At the end of the trip no tip was forthcoming. he had relinquished the expected gratuity by his rejection of what many would take to be a generous offer
Janet Oliver, of the Charter Yacht Society of the BVI, presented a check in the amount of US $1830 to help fund the Club’s Youth Sailing Program.