Yachting

The Mousse is Loose

The British Virgin Islands are known as ‘Natures Little Secrets,’ and for good reason; from the wide open skies to…

Saboré – she lives up to her name!

Saboré is a 58-ft Privilege catamaran; a luxury charter yacht operating exclusively in the British Virgin Islands. She lives up…

Supplying Safety to the Marine Industry and Beyond w/ CaribSupply

CaribSupply is the pre-eminent supplier of safety equipment, fire extinguishing agents, installations, and expertise in the BVI’s burgeoning marine leisure…

A Day to Remember Those Who Were Lost at Sea

On July 25, 2016 at 9:30am, the Maritime Museum at the Centre for Applied Studies situated in H. Lavity Stoutt…

Our 5 Favourites From Sea Level

I have often said to our culinary arts scribe Megan Schlobohm that being a yacht charter chef has got to…

The Mystery Surrounding the Gloria Colita

My stories have always been centred on our local vessels and events that impacted us here in the Virgin Islands.…

Celebrate SeaLyon

When it comes to contemporary mega yachts, it would be hard to find one more opulent, more glamorous and better…

Jump Up for Fresh Fish – Grouper Bites!

Through this rich cultural celebration, one can see a long story of love and pride, and the talent exhibited extends…

Emancipation Celebrations and the Origins of Sloop Racing

Emancipation is traditionally celebrated throughout the English speaking Caribbean on the first Monday of every August to mark that day…

Revere Octopussy

Octopussy; the very name sums up a James Bond image of a fast, opulent, audacious and dazzling vessel, coupled with…

The Joan of Arc and her role in the Great March of 1949

The Joan of Arc was our first purpose-built ferry boat. She was built in Baugher’s Bay in 1949 by Master…

Be Rejuvenated with Spirit

Sometimes it’s all summed up in a name: Superyacht describes a large vessel designed for pleasure with excellence in all…

Watson’s First Sloop…

He was around 16 years of age, living on Anegada and after assisting his uncle James Smith to build several…

Sailing Safe in the BVI

The British Virgin Islands has one of the safest and most beautiful cruising grounds in the world. One reason is…

The Sad Demise of Two Old Friends – Part 2

Following, last month where I bid farewell to White Squall II, there is another renowned boat that has left BVI…

Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta and Rendezvous – March 9 – 12 2016

Lavish, extravagant, luxurious – all words that can describe this annual regatta designed for the superyachts of the world. Hosted…