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Join a Caribbean Regatta

Is your boat in storage and you find yourself pining for the next racing season? Perhaps you've had enough of the damp cold of winter and you need a vacation to a tropical destination. Maybe you're the type to spend a few weeks hanging out in the Caribbean just because you can. Whatever your reason, it could be worth taking advantage of the several regattas happening in the Caribbean over the winter months. Whether you have a whole crew ready to go or just yourself there are a few ways to join in the festivities. One of the easiest ways to participate in one of the many Caribbean regattas is to register with Ondeck Ocean Racing. Ondeck offers packages for individuals to crew in various regattas aboard skippered yachts. They also provide a fleet of boats for those who wish to charter. Their fleet is made up of Farr 65s,  Beneteau 40.7s,  Dehler 39s, and  Farr 40s.


Tobago Carnival Regatta February 10-14, 2009

Four days of racing, clinics, entertainment, BBQs and bonfires, and "air shows" could be worth showing up for. If you dare swing by neighboring Trinidad to partake in world famous Carnival celebrations.

Royal Ocean Racing Club Caribbean 600 Feb. 20-27, 2009

This is a new event and the first regatta course to circumnavigate the Caribbean Islands. The race begins at Fort Charlotte in Antigua, goes north to St. Maarten and then south to Guadeloupe before returning to Antigua.


St Maarten Heineken Regatta March 2-9, 2009

Several races will be held throughout the week on three different courses. One course zigzags between Simpson Bay and Great Bay. Two courses circumnavigate the island, one starting in Simpson Bay and the other starting in Cole Bay; each finish in Great Bay.

St Thomas International Rolex Regatta March 27-29, 2009

Now in its 36th year the Rolex Regatta will host three days of world class racing on the waters surrounding the U.S. Virgin Islands. Lively entertainment is promised each night at the St Thomas Yacht Club.


BVI Spring Regatta March 30-April 5, 2009

The seven-day festival can be enjoyed in its entirety or attended in a three or four day stint. The Bitter End cup is March 31, the Lay Day and the Nation's Challenge Cup is April 1st, the Nanny Cay Cup is April 2, and the BVI Spring Regatta is April 3-5th.

The Stanford Antigua Sailing Week April 26-May 2, 2009

This week of racing promises to keep things interesting and challenging with short and long courses for each division. The Antigua Ocean Seriese is a new addition to the week. It is comprised of three distance races it offers larger yachts the opportunity to compete for trophies without entering inshore races.


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