Don't Miss Caribbean Events coming up in October 2020

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

Kiteboarding is best learned through instruction rather than trial-and-error. That said, there are many kiting schools located throughout the Caribbean. 

Horseback riding along a tropical beach seems like a scene straight out of a movie. Yet, you can turn this dream into a reality in the Caribbean

Hundreds of kids attended the Migratory Bird Festival, organized by non-profit Les Fruits de Mer association and held at Amuseum Naturalis, in St. Martin

Hands-on-training at the Kidz at Sea Foundation’s ‘Zero to Hero’ Program on boat maintenance hosted by St. Maarten-headquartered chandlery, Budget Marine

The first race of the Grant Thornton Keelboat Series took place last Sunday and it was a glorious day of moderate breeze sailing, enjoyed by seven boats

After leaving the busyness of the US and its often-crowded harbors, it is very special to spend a week on the open water and not see anything or anyone

Carib Marine, the in-house brand of Budget Marine, offers the widest range of both fiberglass and aluminum RIBs in stock at its headquarters in St. Maarten

Foiling fever is increasing in the Caribbean. To capitalize on this, Maxim van den Pol and Sacha van der Wouden have co-founded the Caribbean Foiling Championships

The 3-mast vessel Sørlandet, a six week sail training voyage will be offered free of costs starting on February 12, 2020 and ending on March 24, 2020

Virtually every island in the Caribbean boasts an ideal spot to bird watch. Here are our 10-top Destinations for Bird Watchers

Many marinas throughout the Caribbean offer opportunities to dock your yacht for a season, annually or longer. Advantages and Disadvantages exist...

With the success of the inaugural event established, there’s only one direction for the Caribbean Multihull Challenge to head in the future: Straight up.

Our feathered friends the perfect tool to teach kids about topics such as science and conservation. Enter BirdSleuth Caribbean

This social media tool is fast, simple and user friendly, all the customer has to do is download the free app on their respective device and save our number

After Hurricane Irma, K1 and Kidz at Sea started providing training for youth seeking work opportunities to become employable in the maritime industry