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

Online registration is now OPEN for the highly anticipated Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week taking place 26 - 31 January 2020 ...

Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week 2019 saw spectacular sailing conditions throughout the week long event with over 400 sailors competing ...

The countdown is finally over, Grenada Sailing Week starts with a bang with the Island Water World Welcome Party at Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina in St George’s on Sun 27th January, followed by daily awards, prizes and parties ...

Following the success of the 2018 Youth 2 Keel (Y2K) sailing program, established by Antigua Sailing Week in conjunction with the Antigua and Barbuda Sailing Association, allowing youths to gain sail boat experience during the event, Grenada Sailing Week will ...

Register and pay before the end of November 2018 for Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week (17 Jan – 1 Feb 2019) and get US$40.00 off the usual US$130 entry fee. With four days of exciting racing divided between two ...

  The good folks at Grenada Sailing Week are offering reduced entry fees to those who register and pay online by 30 November 2018. Instead of US$130, canny sailors pay just US$90, a saving of $40.   Grenada Sailing Week ...

It’s that time of year when Caribbean regattas are telling the world about their next big event and Grenada Sailing Week are joining in. Last year brought a record entry and organisers say that trend seems set to continue. The ...

It’s the second race day of the regatta. I crawl out of bed at an ungodly hour, my body still heavy with sleep. I am part of the organising committee for Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week 2018. Yesterday was ...

The sixth Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week (GSW), held January 29 to February 3 out of St. George’s, Grenada, kicked-off with a blast. First, there was a record 50 registrations, over 40 participating yachts in five classes and more ...

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 ...

Fierce competition in a variety of conditions made for an outstanding Grenada Sailing Week. Hosted January 30th to February 4th out of both the Grenada Yacht Club in St. George’s and Secret Harbour Marina in Mount Hartman Bay. Sailors on ...

Look out racers, there will be a new kid on the block this upcoming Caribbean regatta season. Jason Fletcher, his crew at Grenada Marine, in St. David’s, and a talented team of friends and yacht experts, plan to launch their ...

The rough sea conditions that preceded this regatta made it tough going for those on their way to Grenada for the event, but during Sailing Week the powerful winds added excitement and challenge to the racing. On the first two ...

A very successful 3rd edition of this start of the year regatta took place from 29 Jan to 3 Feb 2015. As anyone knows, it is easier to start something than to maintain it, so it is great to see ...

Caribbean regattas are known for their rum and reggae parties. Yet how important are these shindigs to sailors, regatta organizers and sponsors? All At Sea asked all three groups to weigh-in on this question. The answers may surprise you! First, ...

  If the smiles and laughter at the official prize giving is the measure of a successful regatta, then the 2014 edition of Grenada Sailing Week, sailed January 30 to February 4, was a massive success. Sailors from the Caribbean ...

Camper & Nicholsons’ Port Louis Marina is currently hosting many of the yachts taking part in the Oyster World Rally. This extraordinary odyssey started in Antigua in January 2013 and has seen two dozen of the finest yachts in the ...

The Caribbean regatta season kicks-off in a big way come January. In the first three months of the year alone, there are over a dozen competitive sailing events for everything from mono to multihulls, dinghies to superyachts. Here is a ...

There are good regattas and there are great regattas. This year – with its combination of challenging courses, competitive racing, fun vibe, hot parties, and lots of prizes – ‘Grenada Sailing Week: Camper & Nicholsons Race Series 2013’ tipped the ...