BVI Tourist Board
Nanny Cay Resort and Marina
Sea Hawk Paints
The Royal BVI Yacht Club
The MooringsThe Moorings has been providing yachting holidays worldwide for over 40 years.You can trust them to offer five star service and the most innovative yachts.They provide some of these racing yachts to groups who want to join in the regatta fun. You can have the enjoyment of warm water and hot racing even if you cannot bring your personal yacht to the Caribbean. https://www.moorings.com
BVI Tourist BoardThe BVI Tourist Board works to promote the British Virgin Islands for tourists, film and press. As a long-time partner with the BVI Spring Regatta they promote us at trade shows, boat shows and other tourist related events worldwide. The Tourist Board also has international offices that assist the regatta in many ways.The BVI Tourist Board organizes the influx of international press as they arrive in the BVIs to capture the essence of the regatta. For many years, they would place these journalists in teams, grouped by country, on chartered boats to race against each other with the winner receiving Tourist Board top honors.
SOLThe Sol Group is a leading petroleum company supplying fuels, lubricants, bitumen and LPG through an extensive service station network. Sol has primary interests in marine, aviation and commercial operations across the Caribbean.Over the years Sol has been part of our mission for a Clean Regatta by supplying spill cloths and displaying green cleaning products and alternatives for boat cleaning.This year they are doing even more: supporting the green initiatives of the BVI Spring Regatta in its quest for gold certification from the Sailors for the Sea Clean Regatta Program by providing oil spill kits to all race committee boats. Sol is very involved in the BVI community as they team up with GreenVI and sponsor local youth sailing programs. They will also be sponsoring our reusable skippers bags.
Nanny Cay Resort and MarinaNanny Cay Resort and Marina has hosted and supported the territory's largest regatta and sporting event."Over the years, we have substantially improved the infrastructure and honed our preparations for the regatta from planning dockage and the supply of reliable electrical and plumbing services, to providing manpower to set up the village,” said Miles Sutherland-Pilch, general manager of Nanny Cay.“In 2004 we created the large beach that acts as the focal point for all the activities. We built a canopied deck that serves as a stage for the live entertainment and the awards ceremony, and we extended the steps to integrate the pool with the beach and recreation area. And most importantly, we increased the size of our beach bar last summer! ”Nanny Cay's marina has the capacity to accommodate the majority of the participating yachts, which has numbered more than 160. The boatyard, on-site chandlery, marine contractors and shops also provide the boaters with extensive stock, repair and maintenance services. A key point of the regatta for sailors, guests, friends and family is the Regatta Village, located on the beach at Nanny Cay. Over fifteen hundred people will be at the village daily during the regatta. “The village allows us to include all of our sponsor and vendor booths, a huge bar; now including a blender drink, champagne bar and restaurant concession stands,” remarked Lou Schwartz, Village manager for the Regatta committee. Nanny Cay continues it's commitment to support the event.
Sea Hawk PaintsSea Hawk Paints is a family owned and operated business established in 1978, dedicated to bringing only the highest quality products to today's mariner.Their products have been around the Caribbean for many years and their support of the BVI Spring Regatta has grown yearly. Visit Golden Hind, Nanny Cay and Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Chandlery for all your Sea Hawk products.
The BVICCHAThe BVICCHA (Chamber of Commerce and Hotel Association) aims to actively promote a positive business and social environment for the benefit of the Territory. The event has provided economic support to all businesses, hotels and the community. The BVICCHA uses its funds as an advocate of business, youth employment and commerce in the BVIs.
The Royal BVI Yacht ClubThe Royal BVI Yacht Club's (RBVIYC) main objective is the encouragement and training of all forms of safe water sports including, but not restricted to angling, boating, cruising, racing, sailing, surfing, kiteboarding, windsurfing and power boating. As the Member National Authority of ISAF for all sailing in the BVI the RBVIYC has sanctioned the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival. The Royal BVI Yacht Club has used its association with the regatta to support youth sailing in the Territory.