One of the most important aids to the sailor other than the equipment on his boat is a lighthouse. Partly because lighthouses help keep us safe, we grow fond of them

All of a sudden the news is full of it. People are dropping like flies. “It’s likely to become a pandemic.” Might as well move to the Caribbean.

We went for a cruise under sail. Would most people do that today? No way! The sails would remain furled, the engine running along with the generator for air conditioning and videos.

The Southern Caribbean in the Summer is PERFECT. Little traffic, great weather and empty anchorages to enjoy! Here are some sample itineraries starting from Marigot Bay, St. Lucia.

New Classic Yacht Ownership formed to truly produce value for their select clients. Its time to redefine the shared ownership model

Jeannie Kuich shares some highlights from the early days of chartering in the Caribbean.

What do global economic woes mean for the Caribbean's yacht charter industry for this summer / winter

The Mooring opens in Phuket, Thailand. Openings offers tremendous variety to bareboat vacationers.

We want to see St Lucians coming back to the bay again

Two new businesses have recently opened at Nanny Cay Marina

When you live on a boat there’s nothing more satisfying than catching your dinner

Having charter guests return for the second time may put you into a dilemma

During another down time between charters when we took Avenir II to Leinster Bay on the north side of St. John

Your charter is over and now you have a long break before the next one. What to do? Watch that porn movie?

We all know that tourists come to the Caribbean to sail & snorkel; sail & dive; sail & party- but who would have ever thought that visitors could sail throughout the Caribbean on a golfing tour

The second St Maarten Charter Yacht Exhibition, alias SCYE, returns on December 5, with several stunning ‘stinkpots' registered to attend

Overnight moorings versus anchoring? Here in the British Virgin Islands it's quite a dilemma for many boaters.