Horizon Yacht Sales is the new representative in the British Virgin Islands helping cement Invincible’s growth in the region

You want a beach party? Find a perfect sandy strip with palms for shade, a few coconuts, bottle of rum and ‘de music mon.’ If you want more Caribbean ‘flava’ head over to the beach bar.

As the 2021 hurricane season approaches, Puerto del Rey is ready to provide an excellent service for vessels, whether it is located in land or sea

Grenada Bluewater Sailing offers virtual classroom courses that can be completed before traveling to Grenada

The Reef Sampler, the BEYC’s 1968-purchased, 34-foot Maine-built fiberglass ‘lobster’ boat, has been found, refloated, renovated

The USVI Charter Yacht Show will take place November 7 to 10, at IGY’s Yacht Haven Grande St. Thomas Marina

Explore St. Croix and get out of the hustle and bustle. World class SCUBA diving and amazing coral reefs along with old world luxury

Antilles Power Marine Center opens up at Marina Puerto del Rey, fulfilling accessibility for the marine parts and services they need.

USVI-only itineraries are perfect for those who’d like to experience a few off-the-beaten-track anchorages.

Now easier and more environmentally friendly to cruise the USVI with the strategic placement of 100 new moorings for transient yachts

A 39.5-pound dolphin fish (mahi-mahi) earned St. John’s Francis Smookler the Top Angler prize at the VIGFC’s Annual Dolphin Derby

Spectacular sailing conditions and a leisurely lunch were the key ingredients while racing in 3 classes in Simpson Bay to Friar’s Bay race

U.S. Coast Guard LTJG Nikki Barnes and crew Lara Dallman-Weiss qualified for Team USA to represent the U.S. at the Olympics

The ability to go boating is now in the palm of your hand if your vessel is at Puerto Del Rey in Fajardo, Puerto Rico with Speedy Dock.

World Cruising Club’s transatlantic rally, en route to the Caribbean, will make landfall at Camper & Nicholson’s Port Louis Marina in Grenada

Sailability Antigua, directed by Bob Bailey, serves nearly 90 participants each week, all of which are differently-abled

There’s something special about being on a deserted tropical beach. Beaches only reachable by boat often fills the bill.

Karl James, a two-time Olympian in the Laser Class who started sailing in Antigua at the age of 12, is the new President of the ABSA

The combination of perfect conditions with 15- to 20 knots of breeze out of the east and keen competition made the St. Thomas International Regatta a winner