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
The PCYC Round Grenada Regatta 31 August - 1 September 2019 was a big success despite the light winds that prevailed over the two day event.
Online registration is now OPEN for the highly anticipated Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week taking place 26 - 31 January 2020
Sly-Adams is focused on keeping the many yachts visiting her home island of Antigua, as well as the entire Caribbean, out racing on the deep blue seas
Janet Oliver, of the Charter Yacht Society of the BVI, presented a check in the amount of US $1830 to help fund the Club’s Youth Sailing Program.
Spot on starts, successfully managing wind shifts and a solid final day game plan proved the winning combination at International Optimist Regatta (IOR)
Budget Marine to sponsor Optimist World Championships, world’s largest youth sailing competition, will be held from July 6 to 16 in Antigua and Barbuda.
Dialing in the right combination of scores proved the secret to success for Team USA Worlds, who won the TOTE Maritime Team Racing Championships
Sagramoso has teamed up with Puerto Rican sailor, Fraito Lugo, to represent the Italian Grand Soleil brand, both sail and motor yachts, in the Caribbean.
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.
Combine the social aspects of sailing with the thrill of kitesurfing? The SmartKat. Mobile, inflatable performance catamarans offer the best of both worlds
Winning class at Antigua Sailing Week is worthy of proper celebration, but the biggest prize is the Lord Nelson Trophy
International-class sailing in one of the most beautiful places, with good fun and camaraderie, draws many happy customers back to the BVI Spring Regatta
The world’s most revolutionary catamaran set sail off St. Thomas, when the Eagle Class 53 was launched by Rhode Island-based Fast Forward Composites
The most recent rising stars hail from the Caribbean. The 2018 winner, Alex Goldhill, learned sailing on Carriacou
Chartering a yacht to compete in a Caribbean regatta is nothing new. There is a growing trend for the charter of highly competitive racing boats.
Since 2018, the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, now in its 32nd year, has a new look – a new Committee, new courses, new upwind starts and two new classes.