The Sea is the lifeblood of the Caribbean. As such, boats are both an ages-old and contemporary method of traveling from island-to-island. One thing every vessel has in common, whether workboats or recreational cruisers, with one hull or more, or ...

Does all this add up to transient slips being at a premium in Caribbean marinas? ...

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

Sailing is super. Now, there’s also a great opportunity for those new to power boating or confident powerboaters new to chartering in the British Virgin Islands ...

Sharon, and I have sailed the British Virgin Islands several times but it’s been six years since our last charter. First time for our crew... ...

Families and couples looking to cruise the British Virgin Islands in comfort and style can do so aboard the Fountaine Pajot MY37 ...

“Discover Plants: Eat Vegan” was the theme for the Culinary Contest at the 37th BVI Annual Charter Yacht Show, held at Nanny Cay Marina. Another excellent show by Janet Oliver the Executive Director. ...

MarineMax Vacations has officially opened their new base at Nanny Cay on the island of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, making it easier than ever to launch a personal yacht charter cruise from a convenient and beautiful location. “A short ...

Big winds, big waves and a big milestone is a great way to describe this year’s BVI Dinghy Championships. Held May 19 and 20 out of the Youth Sailing base at Nanny Cay Marina, Tortola and organized by the Royal ...

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 ...

Tortola, British Virgin Islands – Captain Alvin and his crew aboard Emmanuel, from St Thomas, swept the board at the first annual Mahi Mayhem fishing tournament held in May. They scooped the $5,000 top prize for heaviest mahi at 33lb; ...

A ceremony held at the entrance to the new outer marina heralded its opening at Nanny Cay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands in December. With speeches by Premier and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE; the Honourable ...

Charter Yacht Society donate to BVI young sailors The Royal BVI Youth Sailing Program express their delight on accepting a donation from the Charter Yacht Society. Sailors were joined by Janet Oliver, Executive Director of the CYS, after a training session ...

“It is a great introductory regatta for them,” said Royal BVI Yacht Club sailing coach Taylor Penwell. “It is exposure to the bigger racing scene. The bigger fleets can be a lot more challenging. It is the first step 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 ...

This year was the 11th culinary contest and I asked Cara Rogers, a former professionally trained chef, charter yacht chef and culinary contestant winner to join me (Jan Robinson) at Nanny Cay Marina and help co-author this article. This is ...

Cedar International School senior Jason Putley sails a lot, so when he was given an opportunity to do a two-week internship with Team Aqua in the RC44 race series, he did not hesitate. “Everything they did, I did,” the 17-year-old ...

Hearty competition and whole-hearted cooperation proved the big news at this year’s BVI Dinghy Championships. The regatta, which took place May 17th to 18th out of Tortola’s Nanny Cay Marina, was the last of three events to decide the overall ...

Traveling to the Caribbean can be challenging, especially if you need to bring a 44ft boat with you to compete in a highly competitive regatta. But if you have the money and some of the best sailors from around the ...

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 ...