Moses is the first and only person to solo cross specifically this channel as documented by the St. Lucia Channel Association, which launched its inaugural swim event last year. ...

I have written about Rum Cay in the past, but today I want to share a few misadventures I had there. They started when I decided to take the dinghy outside the reef wall on the southern side of the island ...

Kayaking is a great way to see the Caribbean’s awesome marine life right at sea level. Calm bays, mangrove lagoons and rugged coastlines are some of the settings throughout the region where guided kayak tours take place. Here is a ...

Paddling off across an azure sea, trade winds tempering the soaring heat, lush green vegetation overhanging from the land and stunning vistas in every direction, you’ve arrived in kayak tours paradise. Grenada is a wonderfully vibrant, colourful and diverse Caribbean ...

Your kayak slows over turquoise water only a few inches deep. Something shimmers ahead – a heat mirage? It looks like houses in crayon colors: yellow, green, red and blue, somehow hovering weightlessly over the bay. Squinting now – no, ...

Now you have your new kayak and are rigged and ready to fish, but unless you are one of the lucky few that live on a body of water that is good to fish you have to find a way ...

Rigging a kayak for fishing is a task that requires some forethought and planning but also can be a constant work in progress. There are those kayak fishermen out there that have fully customized their craft with more options, gadgets ...

So you’re hooked! You want to get on the water and catch fish like never before from a kayak, but it seems as if there are as many different kinds of fishing kayaks out there as there are lures to ...