On The Water Training Standards

At NauticEd, we treat the word COMPETENCE very seriously. We strive to help everyone of our students become competent and we show progress along the way with varying Ranks and Levels of achievement. To us, competence means that a person can do the thing they are asked successfully. That they are fully capable and they […]

Plastic Recycling in the British Virgin Islands

Guest written by Carrie Wright, founder of VI Plastics The plastics recycling company in the British Virgin Islands, VI Plastics, is running a crowd-funding campaign to purchase additional equipment. You can help. Please visit their crowdfunding page to learn more. In previous articles, NauticEd has lamented the lack of recycling in the Caribbean and stressed […]

Mooring, Anchoring, and Docking

This tidbit tip of mooring, anchoring,  and docking information was written by Michael Domican. Michael is our Caribbean Sailing Coach and is a NauticEd school in the BVI. If you’re wanting some private training in the BVI from a true professional, Michael is your guy. He is an RYA Yacht Master Instructor and therefore has […]