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Caribbean Racing Season 2017: January to March

RORC Caribbean 600. Photo: RORC Caribbean 600/ELWJ Photography

Here’s what, where, when and how you can jump aboard during the peak Caribbean racing season. January 16-24: Mount Gay Round Barbados Race Series Break records on January 21 at the 81st Mount Gay Round Barbados Race. “We have 14 …

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Caribbean News: CSA Opens New ORC Office in Antigua

Caribbean Sailing Association Open ORC Office in Antigua The Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA) has opened a new Offshore Racing Congress (ORC) Rating Office in Antigua to serve sailors in the Caribbean region. Starting September 1, 2016, the CSA is authorized …

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Caribbean News: Dates Set For CSA Annual Conference

Dates set for CSA Annual Conference This year’s Annual Caribbean Sailing Association Conference and AGM will be held in Antigua on October 21st – 22nd. The CSA say they are hoping for an even stronger attendance than 2015 to continue collaboration …

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Youth Sailing Development Top Priority for CSA

Junior Sailing Regatta at Clarke’s Court Bay. Photo courtesy of Sarah Baker & Steve Brett

The future viability and vitality of any sport lies with its youth. In 2013, the Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA) made youth sailing development one of its top priorities. “We all know unless we have new youths coming into the sport, …

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2014 Heineken Regatta

Andy Budgen’s Volvo 70 Monster Project put on a ‘Southern Ocean’ performance. Photo: Gary Brown/OceanMedia

The 2014 St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, the Caribbean’s largest annual yacht-racing affair, was this year also one of the most competitive editions in the event’s long, 34-year history. In roughly half of the fleet’s 20 separate classes, nothing was decided …

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The Culebra International Regatta is Born!

A group of trend-setting Puerto Rican sailors has long kicked around the idea to host an international regatta out of the offshore island of Culebra. The time ripened early this year when the directors of Club Nautico de Puerto Rico …

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