Those who endured the challenges of the entry procedures are the lucky ones. Enjoying quiet and untrammeled anchorages, appropriate for the BVI.

You need to experience Barceló. I bet you’ll never go back to Brugal.” She gave us a bottle of Barceló Gran Añejo for us to review.

The AAA Four Diamond Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina opened to visitors on December 1, like the rest of the British Virgin Islands

8 boats hailing from Sweden, Norway, Germany, New Zealand, Australia, Argentina and Canada cast off en route to the Port Louis Marina in Grenada

Sea Hawk Paints presented Budget Marine founder, Robbie Ferron, with an appreciation plaque for 25 years of sales, service and support.

The Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA) held its Annual General Meeting with 17 countries from Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago attending

Curacao, 56 miles west of Bonaire and 74 miles to the east of Aruba, is becoming a popular destination for cruising and chartered yachts alike

It was definitely a day of catching for St. Thomas’ Keith Terry, Jr, an avid angler, who caught the tournament’s Largest Wahoo

This year is the most challenging ever. All the igloos where you reindeer sleep are melting, the elves’ dormitory is collapsing because the ice is turning to slush.

Every island has a Father Christmas, spreading pure joy and cheer, and in Antigua’s Falmouth Harbour, that title goes to Phil Braithwaite

Vikand Technology Solutions has partnered with yachting industry veterans Amy Halsted and Bob Saxon

The third time’s a charm, especially when it marks an unprecedented achievement. IGY’s Yacht Haven Grande named International Superyacht Marina of the Year

56 from Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Tortola took part in a Summer SCUBA Diving program at Bitter End Yacht Club-based Sunchaser Scuba

Serious sports fishermen will all want to see the 58’ custom sport fisher catamaran concept on the drawing board at Gold Coast Yachts

A new location and change of leadership are two recent happenings in Antigua & Barbuda’s marine community

Ted Lomicka and Chris Allshouse will each attempt to swim from Saint Lucia to Martinique as part of the annual Saint Lucia Channel Swim

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

Sailors can learn, and volunteer, with organizations such as the non-profit, Hope for Haiti. Give back while Cruising! Best of both worlds...

USVI Charter Yacht Show kicks off with 60 yachts and over 100 charter brokers virtually plus over 50 charter brokers will attend in person

The Gittings trap is made of netting attached to a circular frame. The trap’s hinges let it open and close like a person’s mouth when eating