ANNOUNCEMENT Rendezvous Cay, a 50-foot Voyage catamaran, took on a full load of supplies and donations bound for Jost Van Dykes Preservation Society and was set to depart first week in November, but before sailing it was determined that both saildrives were leaking and a haulout required to re-build. This was especially disappointing because the same work was done just 11 months earlier. What should have been a simple 1 week job…See More
International Rescue Group is running a humanitarian aid voyage sailing from Florida to USVI with stops in the Bahamas and Haiti where we have a safe base in Ile a Vache, a resort island to the south of Haiti's southern mainland. Then we sail on to the Virgin Islands, where our crew can get some much needed R&R after over two years of missions including a disaster relief operation in Dominica.We were just donated a luxury, beautiful 50-foot Voyage 500 catamaran with four queen-size en-suite…See More
UPDATE: After a 2017 relief mission to Haiti after Hurricane Matthew and a 2018 mission to Jost Van Dyckes Preservation Society, BVI in support of Hurricane Irma's devastation last year, Voyage Yachts have taken our boat in and are restoring her for IRG! It is help from manufacturers like this that helps our organization deliver help when it is needed.Rendezvous Cay is a 50-foot Voyage Mayotte 500 catamaran donated to…See More
New to the site. Looking to crew aboard a supply ship for the Haiti relief. Coming off a season aboard a viking ship, so sailing and hard work is not new to me. If any captains have any room aboard and need hard working crew i have a few…"
5-MAY-17: IRG has run 8 sailboat missions to Haiti, to Mole St. Nicholas, La Gonave, Les Cayes and Ile a Vache since Hurricane Matthew. IRG has also funded the building of a well pumping station and piping in Ile a Vache so that the town of Kaykok will receive running water for the first time in 3 years. Mission Accomplished!LOADING CARGO: Monday 12th to Wednesday 14th December at Capones Flicker Lite, Hollywood parking lot 7:30am to 10:20am. IRG has two of our own boats sailing, one already…See More
IRG's flagship is a 97' steel gaff-rigged ketch commanded by Captain Ray. She is in the Bahamas readying for her return to Florida after a humanitarian aid cruise in the Caribbean and responding to the 2015 Dominica Storm Erika devastation and Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. After 5 missions and over 7,000 miles she is ready for her 4-year refit.CREW - BOOKING YOUR FLIGHT: Asking around George Town, everyone…See More
IRG is now operational with two vessels in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico fleet. Between both boats, they can make 12,000 litres of drinking water per day with desalinators which can support a town of 6,000 people and carry medical supplies - making IRG one of the top 100 humanitarian aid agencies in the world.Thunderbird 5's 2015 operation is over after our 2nd humanitarian aid mission to…See More
New to the site. Looking to crew aboard a supply ship for the Haiti relief. Coming off a season aboard a viking ship, so sailing and hard work is not new to me. If any captains have any room aboard and need hard working crew i have a few looking to make their way to Haiti by next month.