CSSN News – December 11, 2017 – The World Cruising Club’s (WCC) Caribbean 1500 rally participants have arrived in Nanny Cay, Tortola, BVI !
CSSN welcomes the participants of the 28th edition of the Caribbean 1500 (C-1500). 24 boats departed Portsmouth, VA, USA, bound for the Bahamas or the BVI’s.
Boats ranged from 40-71 feet and the fleet was comprised of seasoned rally participants as well as first timers to our southern waters. Those destined for the BVI were welcomed heartily at Nanny Cay Marina.
Keen to assist in recovery efforts and support the rebuilding of the local economy post-Irma/Maria most C-1500 yachts plan to remain in the BVI for the season, with 2 heading south to join the ARC circumnavigation departing Rodney Bay in January, 2018.
CSSN wishes all new and returning C-1500 participants safe and secure cruising, and we are glad to share our many resources with this well informed group. It’s easy to Know Before You Go ! Visit and bookmark www.safetyandsecuritynet.org and if you have not already, subscribe to our very popular ALERTS!Follow Us Share