The BVIs Spring Regatta is predominantly windward/leeward courses, which involves great teamwork. There are 2 races a day commencing at 10am and finishing at approx. 4pm. The courses are set in the Sir Francis Drake Channel on the South side of Tortola , in protective and relatively flat water. The focal point for the social activities of the event is the regatta village in Nanny Cay. It includes booths, bars and various food stalls. The party starts as soon as the racing stops and the entertainment includes live music every night and culminates in the Regatta Awards Ceremony on Sunday afternoon after racing.
When racing with individuals on board, our objectives is to provide each guest with a great time racing in the Caribbean . At least 2 permanent crew will be able to ensure that the racing is safe and that all personal requirements are met. They will be able to teach the crew as little or as much as they want. All the crew will be fully involved in all the manoeuvres.
Northern Child is a beautiful Swan 51 which is very well equipped for racing - She is a very rewarding boat to sail and race and has proven to be extremely competitive in international regattas.
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