THE NUTMEG PRINCESS St. George — Grenada Underwater Sculpture Management, Inc. (GUSMI), in conjunction with Norwegian artist Lene Kilde, are proud to announce a new addition to the world-renowned Underwater Sculpture Park. The sculpture will be officially unveiled on 15th December 2014 @ 2.30 pm at the Coyaba Beach Resort.
WINDFALL BLASTS INTO GRENADA St. George — Southern Wind 94, Windfall, skippered by Fabrizio Oddone and sailed by a crew that includes several Russians, crossed the finish line of the 2014 RORC Transatlantic Race, off Quarantine Point, Grenada at 14:53:48 UTC on Thursday 11th December 2014 with an elapsed time of 11 days, 04 hours, […]
LUPA SPICE IT UP FOR LINE HONOURS VICTORY It was a tired but elated crew on Lupa of London, Jeremy Pilkington’s British Baltic 78, which crossed the finish line of the inaugural 2014 RORC Transatlantic Race, off Quarantine Point, Grenada today at 11:38:55 UTC.
PORT LOUIS MARINA – READY AND WAITING St. George — Glynn Thomas, General Manager at Port Louis Marina and his team are ready for the first arrivals of the yachts taking part in the inaugural RORC Transatlantic Race. Two magnificent Maxi Yachts, Lupa of London and Windfall, are expected to arrive at Port Louis Marina […]
SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE LED BY DEREK HATFIELD IN THE FIRST RORC Click here to read
TRACK THE RORC AS THEY CROSS THE ATLANTIC BOUND FOR GRENADA Click on image
RORC RACE HEADS TO GRENADA St. George – The Royal Ocean Racing Club’s transatlantic race began yesterday at the Puerto Calero Marina in the Canary Islands bound for Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina. Eleven yachts, ranging in length from 40 to 100 feet began the 3,000 miles crossing of the Atlantic in this prestigious […]
GRENADA PROMOTED AT 45TH US SAILBOAT BOAT SHOW St. George — Grenada is being promoted to approximately 50,000 boat enthusiasts at the 45th United States Sailboat Show from the 9 to 13 October 2014 in Annapolis, Maryland, USA.
CARRIACOU MPA IN SHAMBLES Numerous complaints by yacht and boating enthusiasts about conditions in the Carriacou MPA, perked the writer’s curiosity. Upon investigation and a phone call to a former chairman of Sandy Island Oyster Bed Marine Protected Area, it became apparent that there were no warden patrols for months, no moorings, no management leadership, […]
CARRIACOU MARINA PROJECT TO BE COMPLETED EARLY IN 2016 St. George — Word coming out of Carriacou is that the much anticipated multi-million dollar Tyrell Bay Marina Project on the sister isle is about to take off, after more than a decade in the making.