Caribbean and Central America
From Jamaica to Barbados, the Caribbean islands are frequented by many a cruiser. Here you will find personal accounts and stories of those who have cruised, explored, and experienced the Caribbean in all its beauty.
Mexico to the Canal: 'Panama Posse' Rally Picks Up Where CUBAR Leaves Off
Information Sessions Upcoming in San Diego
25 (More) Fascinating Fun Facts About the Caribbean
Celebrities, Cuisine, Culture and History
25 Fabulous Fun Facts About the Caribbean (Videos)
September Issue of the Magazine Takes Readers Down Island
Mexican Alternative to Panama Canal: A Boon for Cruisers?
Cruising Guide Author Pat Rains Hope So
What To Do When There's a Pedophile in the Anchorage? (Blog)
My Experience in One Particular Harbor
Cruising Cuba's South Coast Described in New Video
Paul Madden Highlights Best Places Along 1,000-Mile Shore
Cuban-Americans Can Now Visit Cuba on Their Own Boats (Blog)
As the U.S. Cracks Down, Cuba Loosens Up
U.S. Boaters Get a Reprieve on Cuba Travel; Go Now (Blog)
Chaos Elsewhere in the World Delays Trump Crackdown, Travel Industry Insider Says
U.S. Boats May Continue To Visit Cuba, Feds Say (Video)
However, Starting Soon, Most Boaters Will Have To Go in Organized Tours
Hurricane Hole: Contributor Jay Campbell Hunkers Down During Hurricane Matthew
When the noteworthy storm made landfall in Great Harbor Key, it registered as a Category 4, with sustained winds reaching or exceeding 120 mph.
The Spanish Virgin Islands: Now a Moorings Destination
Starting in January, The Moorings will begin offering powercat charters in Puerto Rico’s spectacular—and lesser known compared to some of her neighbors—Spanish Virgin Islands.