BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival
The BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival is one of the largest regattas in the Caribbean. The aqua waters around the British Virgin Islands in the northern Caribbean, attracts over 100 yachts and sailors, friends and families from around the world. 18 classes and three race areas allow all participants exclusive races depending on wind, waters and conditions.
Festival del Mar
Festival Del Mar is one of the biggest seafood festivals in the Caribbean. It celebrates all things of the sea, with traditional cooking and culinary competitions (seafood recipes only!), swimming races, fishing tournaments, boat racing and more.
St. Croix Food and Wine Experience
The Taste of St. Croix was started in 2001 to celebrate and showcase the diverse cuisine on St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands. The Taste is named as one of the top 10 international food and wine events by ForbesTravel.com.
Nevis Blues Festival
Staged at night and located on the beach at Oualie Bay, Nevis Blues Festival has gained a fast-growing reputation for its magical setting and high standard of music. Each night international acts provide a spectrum of contemporary blues, soul and blues-rock supported by great local performers.
Moonsplash is one of the Caribbean’s best and liveliest music festivals and kicks off on Anguilla’s gorgeous Rendezvous Bay beach. The festival brings together internationally-acclaimed and up and coming recording artists from across the globe for four days of spectacular entertainment — a music-filled beach party, outdoors, at night, under the full moon and stars.
Les Voiles de St. Barth
Close to 1,200 sailors of over 20 different nationalities gather each year for the four days of intense competition, in a festive, friendly ambiance – all set against the magnificent backdrop of the island of Saint Barthélemy.
Guadeloupe to Antigua Race
The 42-nautical mile race is open to boats of all types, whether or not entered in Antigua Sailing Week. For those who are entered, it provides an opportunity for crews to get to know each other better both on and off the water. For boats not entered in Antigua Sailing Week, the Guadeloupe to Antigua race is a fun event. In fact, it is an ideal race for Caribbean cruisers who want to have some fun but don’t want to race around the cans. There are no marks in the race – simply a start line and a finish line. So boats of all types are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Yachting World Round Antigua Race
The Round Antigua Race has been exciting and popular with many Antigua Sailing Week participants for many years. In 2012 it was re-introduced in a new format which saw it become an optional race open to all yachts, whether or not entered in Antigua Sailing Week. It is held on the Saturday before Antigua Sailing Week begins.
Antigua Sailing Week
In April, yachts from all over the world will arrive in Antigua to participate in the one of the world’s major sailing events and the granddaddy of Caribbean regattas. From small beginnings this regatta has developed over the past 47 years to become one of the preeminent yacht racing events in the Caribbean and one of the most prestigious in the world. Over 100 yachts participate every year ranging in size from 24 feet to over 100 feet. The Regatta attracts everything from serious racing boats including state-of-the-art, high-tech racing machines to a variety of performance cruising and cruising boats.
St. Lucia Jazz Festival
Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival spans a full 9 days and upwards of fifteen venues featuring some of the best live performances spiced with the celebration of Saint Lucian Arts, Culture and Cuisine. The Festival will comprise over fifty (50) artists performing against some of the best backdrop locales this side of the hemisphere.
St. Kitts Music Festival
The St Kitts Music Festival has earned the reputation of being the most diversified musical show in the Caribbean. It showcases an assortment of international headliners as well as talented up-and-coming artists over a span of three days.