The ‘peak season’ for Caribbean yacht racing is the first three months of the year. Here’s a sampling of what’s coming up! ...

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 only US Virgin Islander to earn a medal at Central American and Caribbean Games, Peter Stanton, earned title of ‘Virgin Islands Sailor of the Year’ ...

There’s a saying, ‘hindsight is 20/20’. While it’s too soon to predict the severity of the 2018 hurricane season, which started June 1st, All At Sea did ask well-known Caribbean marine community members on the hardest hit islands last year ...

On the final day of racing in the 47th edition of the BVI Spring Regatta, the story was really about the fantastic job Nanny Cay and the regatta organizers have done to make this year’s BVI Spring Regatta event happen post ...

Reggae and rum are only half the fun of Caribbean regattas. Out on the water, there’s serious racing by teams with strictly planned campaigns, strategically prepared boats and skillfully trained crew. A wonderful example of one of the best this ...

We live in a fast-paced world where being time-starved is a way of life. Yet there is a trend towards Caribbean regattas becoming longer rather than shorter. For example, the St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR) added its Round the Rocks ...

Competitors in the 46th edition of the BVI Spring Regatta were only too happy to call it quits after one final race on the last day when extremely light air made for very shifty and challenging conditions. Little breeze translated to a very ...

Regatta – what a wonderful word. It sounds like an Italian dessert or perhaps a pasta dish. Actually, it does have its origins in Italy and it meant ‘contention for mastery’. From gondola racing in Venice it now applies to ...

The BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival celebrated its 45th anniversary at the end of March, and for the most part the event stayed true to itself with around island racing and late night entertainment on the beach all situated ...

From dinghies to one-design, native St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands’ sailor Tim Pitts has spent most of his young life sailing. Today, though Pitts now lives in New England, albeit in the sailing capital of Newport, he not only remains ...

BVI Spring Regatta throws down the gauntlet Organizers of the BVI Spring Regatta challenged Puerto Rican sailors to participate in a series of three local regattas. The team with the highest global score will win several prizes such as accommodations, custom ...

Monohulls easily outnumber multihulls in Caribbean regattas but the tide is turning. The sailing world has definitely caught multihull fever. The 2013 America’s Cup opened many eyes and minds to what a catamaran can do. In December, the World Match ...

The 44th annual BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival at Nanny Cay stayed true to form with varied sailing conditions, exciting nightlife and happy sailors. The event attracted 78 boats, which raced three days in and around the Sir Francis ...

The waters around the British Virgin Islands have virtually stayed the same over the last century. Yet the sailboat racing has changed dramatically. The early 20th century saw skippers of hand-built wooden Tortola sloops race their goods to market, whereas ...

The BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival started with light winds, but by the end of the weeklong event sailors found themselves talking about the wet and wild conditions that they faced while competing. The regatta had 82 boats racing ...

The regatta season is here and in full swing. Shiny racing machines line the docks, the bars are full of crews, ranging from lusty deck apes, trim young men and women, hot babes and suavely attired owners. Charlie’s friend Bruce ...

On Apr 7, 2014 6:22 AM, “John Holmberg” wrote: “Well Sah!!” (as they say here in the NE Caribbean) “da was a piece a wok!” The 2014 BVI Spring Regatta ends with a slight softening of the strong frontal breeze- ...

Wow.. even more wind! At least we had sunshine today… 20 plus knots all day and sunny so we could see where we were headed… That big cold front that is moving through still has some kick to it… Two ...

Wow… Have not had a beating like that in a while… Winds to 25 knots and rain squalls that kept us wet from dock out until long after the first meal ashore at 5. The Sir Francis Drake channel was ...