Another Reason to Visit Antigua and Barbuda Right Now

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By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the hottest sailing events in the world is set for its latest edition in Antigua and Barbuda. The 52nd edition of Antigua Sailing Week begins April 27 with the world-renowned regatta expected to […]


A Must-Visit Regatta in the BVI

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By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a reason the British Virgin Islands has long been the Caribbean capital of sailing. And now the archipelago’s world-class sailing offering is on display again with the upcoming BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival. […]


The Caribbean’s First “Blue” Destination

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor It’s always been known for its blue, but now Bonaire is making it official. Bonaire, long one of the Caribbean’s top destinations for snorkeling and diving, is developing a multifaceted public private partnership program that […]


A Major Global Foiling Event Is Coming to Martinique

By Alexander Britell Foiling is heading to the Olympics (including in Paris in 2024), and now a significant new foiling regatta is coming to the heart of the French Caribbean. It’s called the Martinique Flying Regatta, and it will be […]

The Caribbean’s Number One Regatta Is in Antigua

By the Caribbean Journal staff It isn’t just a week of sailing. It’s the Caribbean’s number one regatta, and it’s one of the leading events on the regional calendar. Period. And the 51st edition of Antigua Sailing Week is ready […]

British Virgin Islands Set for Spring Regatta

It’s one of the landmark events of the year in the British Virgin Islands — and it’s on the schedule again this year. In the latest symbol of the BVI’s rapid recovery, the islands will be hosting the 47th edition […]


BVI Spring Regatta Going Ahead

By the Caribbean Journal staff The British Virgin Islands Spring Regatta is going ahead in 2018, the BVI Tourist Board announced. The famous regatta will go ahead as planned from March 26 to April 1, 2018. it’s a big boost […]

St Maarten Heineken Regatta “Still On” for 2018

By the Caribbean Journal staff While Hurricane Irma caused serious damage on the island of St Maarten, the organizers of the destination’s major Heineken Regatta say they will still hold next year’s regatta as planned. The 2018 regatta is “still […]

How This Caribbean Regatta Is Expanding

The STIR (Photo: Dean Barnes) By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Gunboats and VX One boats will sail in inaugural classes at the St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR), which is set for March 25-27, 2016. The event which will also feature […]


Channeling Antigua in the Hamptons

Above: the winners of the Antigua and Barbuda Hamptons Challenge By the Caribbean Journal staff The spirit of Antigua and Barbuda was on full display this weekend in the Hamptons for the second annual Antigua and Barbuda Hamptons Challenge. The […]

Five Caribbean Festivals to Visit in August

There’s always something exciting to do in the Caribbean, and summertime is no exception. Whether you’re looking to party in a frenzied carnival extravaganza or listen to some of the world’s best musicians, next month is full of high-powered events. […]

Grenada Readies for Sailing Season

Above: sailing in Grenada (Photos by Grenada Board of Tourism) By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada is readying for yachting and sailing season with a full calendar of races on the waters of the tri-island state in 2013. There are […]


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