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Caribbean Racing Season 2023 - Sailors Hour

by Caribbean Sailing Association 16 Oct 2022 09:21 PDT 23 October 2022
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We will be hosting our annual Regatta Organizers conference from the 21-23 October 2022 in Philipsburg, St. Maarten.

We are inviting you to join us on Sunday, October 23, 2022, for a 1 hour live Zoom Session specifically coordinated for sailors planning to visit the Caribbean for the 2023 racing season.

We have invited a number owner/skippers and industry professionals to give feedback to Regatta Organizers from the major International Regattas who are looking forward to feedback from those skippers before opening the floor questions from everyone.

Hear from:

Peter Lewis has been racing in the Eastern Caribbean since 2004. His first yacht Whistler a J-105 eventually won the Heineken in 2017 in CSA 5 after many attempts and was also awarded yacht of the regatta this same year. Peter has also won ASW in the CSA 1 class on Conviction his TP52 in 2014. More recently he has concentrated on offshore races and has competed in the RORC 600, the NexEnergy Windward 500 on the J-121, and the Miami Montego Bay Pineapple Cup on the TP52. He continues to campaign his J-121 Whistler in the Eastern Caribbean.

Lucy Jackson owner and director at LV Yachting. LV Yachting is an industry leader in arranging bespoke racing charters in the Caribbean and around the world. Lucy is an accomplished inshore and offshore racing skipper sailing in excess of 100,000 miles.

Dr. Peter B. Corr Co-Founder and Managing General Partner of Auven Therapeutics Management LLLP. Dr. Corr retired from Pfizer Inc in December 2006 where he was Senior Vice President for Science and Technology. He also headed worldwide pharmaceutical research and development for Pfizer. Peter campaigns his 40 Summit Blitz in regional events, in 2022 winning the Lord Nelson's Trophy at Antigua Sailing Week, or in bigger boat event he races his 82 foot Alia 82 Aiyana.

To take part in Sailors Hour please register in advance on the link here.

When: Oct 23, 2022 09:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions about joining the meeting.

If you'd like to be one of the skippers giving your feedback to the group get in touch at

We look forward to seeing you there!

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