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Caribbean Christmas Afloat: Unforgettable and Unique

cruisers go boat to boat singing Christmas carols in Cholon, Columbia Photo by Liesbet Collaert

  As a native of the northern hemisphere, growing up somewhere in Western Europe – the 51st parallel to be precise – Christmas resembled cold and cozy days, with a human-sized fir tree indoors and small gifts underneath the branches. …

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The Cinderella Sailor

Kirsty Morrison female skipper Pink Lady

Kirsty Morrison can hardly be held accountable for her insatiable love of sailing. Some might consider her attraction for boats to be genetic; she is the daughter of Fraser and Sue Morrison, longtime sailors who retired to a cruising boat …

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Perfect Conditions for Bequia Easter Regatta 2012

New boat Black Berry drew big crowds. Photo courtesy of Bequia Heineken Easter Regatta

The Bequia Sailing Club’s 31st Bequia Easter Regatta came in for universal praise as a total of 42 yachts and 30 local double-enders registered to take part in this famous sporting and tourism event. Conditions were near perfect with light …

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Destination Bequia 2010

Nine miles south of St. Vincent in the Grenadines, Bequia, an island of just under 5,000 people, friendly and forthcoming, is steeped in seafaring traditions - fishing, whaling and boat-building - that endure to this day.

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Bequia Easter Regatta Expects 50 or More Yachts

Over last 29 years, the Bequia Easter Regatta has grown into one of the region's most popular and well-attended regattas, with visitors and competitors coming from all over the world to be in Bequia for the four days of racing action over the long Ea

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