Thanks to agreements reached between organizers of next year’s Caribbean Multihull Challenge, competitors will not have to pay fees for measuring and weighing, a bonus that will add extra appeal among the multihull fraternity for the much-anticipated event.  The development ...

In Part 1 of the story, Cap’n Fatty described how they were coming towards the end of an idyllic Caribbean cruise and sailing north when Stan said his time aboard Ganesh would be complete if he could visit St. Barth. ...

For some strange reason, a tremendous number of Caribbean sailors are currently hanging out in Vava’U, Tonga. I have no idea why. Perhaps their mooring pennants rotted, they drifted through the Panama Canal in a daze, and are just now ...

The Caribbean regatta season kicks-off with the St. Croix International Regatta, set for November 15 to 17. It’s a perfect occasion to get boats back in the water after hurricane season and polish crew skills for a great race season ...

The fifth edition of the Aruba International Regatta drew competitors from Bonaire, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and Aruba to the new regatta location in Oranjestad. With 50 sails on the water and some 100 participants, this regatta is proving that Aruba ...

Sint Maarten’s infamous Simpson Bay Lagoon played host to Budget Marine’s 2nd Interlux Open Regatta on February 2-3, its notoriously shifting breezes creating the usual havoc among a skilled fleet of one design sailors. This is a series that sends ...

Ferron resigns as head of St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Sir Robbie Ferron has resigned from the Board of the St. Maarten Regatta Foundation and as Chairman of the Heineken Regatta Steering Committee. Ferron, who is credited with starting the regatta, ...

The self-effacing organizer, Robbie Ferron, of this month's 30th St. Maarten Heineken Regatta from the very beginning doesn't like to be put in the limelight, but rather chooses to work - and work hard - behind the scenes, just because ...