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Anguilla’s Sweet Regatta

Anguillas Sweet Regatta : Sweet starts at the Anguilla Regatta

The Anguilla Regatta has been described as the biggest small regatta in the Caribbean; it is also one of the sweetest. This year’s regatta, sailed May 6-8, attracted 17 boats, which was slightly up on last year. The event kicked …

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Race to Cuba!

Race To Cuba!: Havana Regatta

The list is getting impressive and it appears there’s a lot of pent-up interest from Americans looking to distance race to Havana. After the surprise rapprochement and the reopening of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba last December, conventional …

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Racing to Idiocy in Southeast Asia

Fatty and his brother Morgan trying to fill the droopy spinnaker with hot air on Ganesh

We are currently cruising in Southeast Asia—where there’s no wind. Example: We use a candle for a compass light—try that in the Lesser Antilles! This ‘zero wind’ business takes some getting used to, especially for a former breeze-blessed Caribbean sailor …

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