March 2016

BVI SAILING FESTIVAL FEATURES SCRUB ISLAND INVITATIONAL

Fun Day of Racing to New Destination   With one day of racing behind them, competitors in the 45th BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival rolled right into today’s race, the Scrub Island Invitational – a 12NM upwind ride for the CSA Cruising, Bareboat, and Multihull fleets, an
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SPECTACULAR DAY FOR BVI SAILING FESTIVAL – ROUND TORTOLA RACE

Triple Jack Takes Home Nanny Cay Cup SPOOKIE Breaks Monohull Record for Nanny Cay Challenge Tuesday March, 29, 2016, Tortola, British Virgin Islands – The BVI Sailing Festival Round Tortola Race for the Nanny Cay Cup and Nanny Cay Challenge started promptly at 09:30 on Tuesday m
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International Contingent Race Ready for 45th BVI Spring Regatta

Life couldn’t be more perfect for the crews of 54 boats competing in Tuesday’s Nanny Cay Cup (Round Tortola Race) with the breeze forecast in the upper teens for the first race day of the 45th BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival. Registration opened at noon today under blue sunn
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2016 BVI Spring Regatta is Ready, Set, Launch…

Boats Streaming in for 45th Annual BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival Registration opens Monday for some 110 boats and crews in the 45th BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival. The buzz is building shore-side, with the event Village under construction and docks filling up. L
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STRONG VX ONE FLEET PREPPING FOR WILD RIDES AT BVI SPRING REGATTA

For the first time, a VX One fleet of eleven boats will be mixing it up with its larger brethren out on the turquoise waters of the British Virgin Islands in the 45th edition of the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival. The VX One is a relatively new one-design sport boat that̵
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It Takes a Community ~ Keeping It Green

Environmental concerns seem to be getting a lot of press lately. However, the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival has been involved with protecting the environment for many years. The regatta has partnered with Sailors for the Sea, a leading conservation organization that “e
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