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.
There’s so much bad news on the airwaves, cyber space and public media that it is really heart-warming to witness acts of kindness and generosity.
MarineMax Vacations donated $4,600 to support VISAR, an independent, volunteer-based, non-profit organization funded almost entirely by charitable donations
Charlie often wonders about the origin of the species, especially in the context of sailing and the sea.
a) If a credit card captain is spotted be ready for any and all eventualities. b) Sharks always have right of way and avoid by any means.
International-class sailing in one of the most beautiful places, with good fun and camaraderie, draws many happy customers back to the BVI Spring Regatta
Families and couples looking to cruise the British Virgin Islands in comfort and style can do so aboard the Fountaine Pajot MY37
“Discover Plants: Eat Vegan” was the theme for the Culinary Contest at the 37th BVI Annual Charter Yacht Show, held at Nanny Cay Marina. Another excellent show by Janet Oliver the Executive Director.
Twenty-two years ago, Jost Van Dyke resident, bar owner and calypsonian Foxy Callwood noticed the growing dominance of multihulls in the BVIs’ robust charter industry. Together with friends at the ‘Loyal West End Yacht Club’, Foxy decided to create an event to see what those boats could do