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BVI Spring Regatta Committee
PO Box 281
Nanny Cay Marina Road Town
VG1110 Tortola
British Virgin Islands
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284-494-3286
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BVI Spring Regatta Committee

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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.

The pride of excellence of a well organized regatta, with international race officers and experienced committee members to ensure the best racing in the world.

With 18 classes and three race areas allows all participants exclusive races depending on wind, waters and conditions.   Racing in three bodies of water; the main Sir Francis Drake Channel, the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by over 60 islands, give the race committee a variety of windward/leewards and around island races to choose from.

We have a number of bareboat charters as well as high performance race boats for charter as well.  Rating offered are CSA, IRC, HPR and new Multihull.

Of course all the racing is complimented by our fantastic Caribbean parties at the Regatta Village located right at Nanny Cay Resort and Marina.  Each night we have live music, plenty of local and international food, and our main bar serving the coldest beer, rum drinks and champagne for all those thirsty sailors, friends and families to enjoy under the stars on the beach side of the turquoise waters.

In addition to the BVI Spring Regatta is our Sailing Festival prior to the Round Tortola regatta on Tuesday and an island adventure on Wednesday.   These days are made for some good sailing, but to let crews gain some experience in our waters, with their crew and their boats.

Upcoming Events: 
26 March - 01 April
BVI Spring Regatta 2018
Monday, 26 March, 2018 to Sunday, 1 April, 2018
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.
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