Ted Lomicka and Chris Allshouse will each attempt to swim from Saint Lucia to Martinique as part of the annual Saint Lucia Channel Swim
For centuries, mariners have found natural harbors, protected bays and dense mangrove lagoons in which to protect their vessels from storms
Marigot Bay Marina reopened as an official Port of Entry for yacht-based visitors. We have stringent quality controls and health and safety measures
Tyrell Bay Marina Carriacou and Carriacou Marine, with the Government of Grenada, sought a safe way for owners and/or captains to haul out
Saltwater surrounds the Caribbean. However, some islands boast fresh-water rivers! Here the Top Caribbean Rivers to Explore
‘Drinkers with a running problem.’ If the catchphrase doesn’t intrigue you, perhaps the term ‘Hashing’ will.
All it takes is one person and a good idea to change the lives of many for the better.
IGY Rodney Bay Marina’s operations manager presented a brand-new marine VHF radio to the Royal St. Lucia Police from the Gros-Islet station
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
In an emotional finish to Grenada Sailing Festival’s Westerhall White Jack Workboat Regatta, the title of Champion of Champions came back to Gouyave
Carriacou, the largest and southernmost of the Grenadine islands and part of Grenada, certainly lives up to its nickname: ‘Isle of Reefs.'
Celebrated on nearly every Caribbean island, Carnival, is traditionally celebrated right before Lent. Here's the Top Caribbean Carnivals
Sister isles Carriacou and Petite Martinique together are a mere 14.53 square miles, small scale as islands go, yet they host one of the regions most all-consuming carnivals
This program assists disadvantaged unemployed youth to gain valuable experience, skills and certifications that help them obtain employment in the marine and wider tourism sector here in Saint Lucia
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
Talk about a trip of a lifetime! Twelve 18- to 30-year-old men and women will embark on such a voyage this month when they cast off on a 2,700 nautical mile transatlantic passage