Set Sail for the Old Brigand Rum Regatta

Set Sail for the Old Brigand Rum Regatta

Cast off the mooring, hoist the spinnaker, and set sail for one of the most anticipated events of the season by sailors and spectators alike. The Old Brigand Rum Regatta will take place in Carlisle Bay starting on Friday, May 5th, and ending on Sunday, May 7th. This Bajan regatta is overseen by the Barbados…

Unmatched Luxury & Lifestyle

Unmatched Luxury & Lifestyle

The Port Ferdinand residences display traditional Barbadian architecture and finishes, with floor plans that maximise open living spaces and breathtaking views while maintaining privacy. Generous terraces with spa pools, fully equipped kitchens, and beautiful en-suite bathrooms are accented with marble tiles, whitewashed cedar joinery and coral moldings. Beach elevators take homeowners from residences on higher…

Paddleboarding, The Ultimate Sport

Paddleboarding, The Ultimate Sport

Over the past ten years, stand up paddle boarding has become a top sport for athletic beach goers in Barbados. If you haven’t tried it yet, add it to your dynamic water sports routine. Whether you are a resident or visitor, you will feel the effects after just one sweat-inducing session. The full body workout…

The Health Benefits of Barbados’s Seawater

The Health Benefits of Barbados’s Seawater

Unwinding on our award-winning beach has more health benefits than you know. Beyond the peace and relaxation of lounging on our luxurious beach chairs, just being close to the seawater is healthy. However, if you want the full benefits, take a dip in our pristine turquoise waters and let the nourishing commence. Here’s a quick…

Feeling Romantic in February

Feeling Romantic in February

Sometimes simplicity is key–especially when there are beautiful beaches, world-class spas, and delicious foods to be enjoyed. Start your day by booking a luxurious and relaxing massage at The Sandbox Tree Spa, http://www.portferdinand.com/spa. Select from a full menu of body nurturing, holistic, tension releasing treatments that are guaranteed to lull you into a state of bliss.…

Explore Hastings Farmers Market

Explore Hastings Farmers Market

A perfect day in Barbados starts with a tasty cup of coffee, a early morning stroll and a visit to Hastings Farmers Markets. Open every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday morning from 8am -2pm. Start your day with goodness and connect with the local culture. Everything in the market is homemade, homegrown and home created. Compliment…

How to Choose the Best New Year’s Resolutions

How to Choose the Best New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is right around the corner, time to set your intentions for 2017! Make sure you stay on the wagon with these tried-and-true tips to reaching your resolutions. First, pick something that excites you. This sound easy but it can be difficult, so dig deep and select a realistic achievement. Instead of saying “lose weight”,  swap it…

Celebrate 50 Years of Independence

Celebrate 50 Years of Independence

Here is your quick guide to celebrating Barbados 50 years of independence from the United Kingdom. Ever since 1966, we have been rejoicing, however, this year’s party is sure to the biggest one yet. HISTORY Barbados gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1966. Our relationship has always been peaceful with the UK, however, in…

Island Ghost Stories

Island Ghost Stories

Let’s get one thing straight, the weather in Barbados doesn’t change much, but that never stops us from getting into the fall spirit and celebrating! Locals have adopted common traditions like lavish costume parties, traditional apple bobbing, and candy driven trick-or-treating. However, if you really want to get into the festive mood, Barbados style, check out these spooky ghost stories: Fisherpond Great…

Freediving in Barbados

Freediving in Barbados

Explore the turquoise waters on one breath with freediving! Bar   bados is know for its pristine clear waters, take a chance and add to your skill set or if you’ve never gone diving, this is a great way to appreciate the ocean. Whether you are going down 15ft (5 meters) 50 ft (15 meters)…