CALLING ALL KEELBOAT RACING SAILORS AND SUPPORTERS! St. George — Join the passionate group of racers, seafarers and marine industry professionals who, following the tradition of the past 20 years will open the Caribbean racing season with an international regatta in the tropical waters of the southern shores of Grenada: Grenada Sailing Week Camper & […]
‘GRENADA GRENADINES YACHTING – WE ARE SAILING!’ IS TO BE LAUNCHED AT THE TORONTO BOAT SHOW IN JANUARY 2013 St. George — The Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada will unveil a new logo and brand to increase awareness and market the tri-island nation’s yachting heritage at the Toronto International Boat Show in January 2013. […]
FUNDING FOR ENHANCING THE LIVELIHOODS OF FISHERMEN SECURED Hillsborough – Fishing is said to contribute over $4m annually to the Grenadian economy; therefore protecting and enhancing the livelihoods of fishermen is of major importance to the Government of Grenada.
LIME SPONSORED REPLACEMENT FOR RING OF CHILDRENAT MOLINERE UNDERWATER SCULPTURE PARK HAS ARRIVED
CAMPER AND NICHOLSON SCORES BIG Click here to read
HAS THE CAYMAN TURTLE FARM’S OUTDATED PRACTICES AND BUSINESS MODEL CAUSED ITS CRIPPLING DEBTS? Here is a Global Press release from the WSPA (World Society for the Protection of Animals) as part of a global media strategy in relation to the Cayman Turtle Farm. Once you have perused and read the release you will see that […]
NEW PLANS FOR GRENADA SAILING FESTIVAL 2013 St. George — Once again Grenada will be the place to be in the first week of February to kick off the 2013 Caribbean Regatta Season – with the island’s famous mix of great tune-up racing for an International keelboat fleet, and the must-see experience of traditional local […]
SAM GOODCHILD, GRENADIAN CO SKIPPER OF CONCISE 2, WINS NORMANDY CHANNEL RACE St. George — After over 6 days of very keen racing, Grenadian sailor Sam Goodchild, co-skipper with Ned Collier, has won the Normandy Channel race.
CRUNCH TIME FOR CARIBBEAN CORALS Jeju Island, Republic of Korea, 7 September 2012 (IUCN) – Time is running out for corals on Caribbean reefs. Urgent measures must be taken to limit pollution and regulate aggressive fishing practices that threaten the existence of Caribbean coral reef ecosystems, according to a new IUCN (International Union for […]
PATROL BOAT “BOCAINA” COMES TO TOWN