Welcome to the Sound of the Tropics

BVI Beach Bash and Cruisers Party is now in the History Books!

Tradewinds Radio and Cruising Outpost Magazine again rocked Myett’s on Cane Garden Bay, Tortola, with the 2nd Annual Beach Bash and Cruisers Party. Several hundred cruisers and holiday makers from the US, Canada, and Europe enjoyed boat drinks, great food, and the music of Chris Klein and the Boulevards, direct from New Orleans. Winners of the Charity Raffle took home, restaurant and spa gift certificates from Myett’s, a case of famous Mount Gay Rum from Road Town Wholesale, subscriptions to Cruising Outpost Magazine; and everybody won a drink jacket proudly labeled www.tradewinds923.com and www.tradewindsradio.com

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orangeRuleBVI Party, Saturday January 30th, 2016. Cane Garden Bay, Tortola BVI! You are invited to the Second Annual Tradewinds Radio – Cruising Outpost Magazine BVI Beach Bar Bash and Cruisers Party in tranquil Cane Garden Bay, Tortola BVI (Check out www.myetts.com to get in the mood). This is a family friendly event with door prizes, great food, beverages a charity raffle with really cool stuff, and radio and TV and magazine celebrities. The party starts in late afternoon with cruising tunes and gets going with Chris Klein & The Boulevards, direct from New Orleans. Anchor out and dinghy ashore, or a take a short taxi trip from Road Town.

St. Maarten Party, Saturday February 6th, 2016. Kimsha Beach, Dutch St. Maarten.

Don’t miss the Second Annual Tradewinds Radio – Cruising Outpost Magazine St. Maarten Beach Bar Bash and Cruisers Party on Saturday February 6th in Dutch St. Maarten. Beautiful Kimsha Beach, Simpson Bay, home of many memorable Heineken Regatta parties is the venue. This great location is perfect for cruisers because it’s just outside the Dutch side bridge into Simpson Bay Lagoon and a short walk from hotels, casinos, and The St. Maarten Yacht Club (open to all) is just across the street. The family friendly party will start in late afternoon with cool music, beach barbecue, and beverages, then amp up with a great party band, One White Chick.  Meet celebrities, win big in the charity raffle, and pick up a souvenir T-shirt. When the sun goes down the party starts. Anchor out in Simpson Bay or Simpson Bay Lagoon and dinghy ashore, or take an easy trip on the local Dollar Bus from anywhere on St. Maarten. We’ll see you there!

orangeRuleThis limitless all-inclusive St Maarten resort is a spectacular “destination within a destination,” offering endless activities for your enjoyment and relaxation.. A large pool with cascading waterfalls, four tennis courts, a lively children’s program, an array of water sports, swim-up pool bar, five restaurants & bars, a casino and nightclub and much more. Set atop 10 acres of lush beachfront SXM Casino Royal 2015property, our 534-room Caribbean luxury hotel is a “destination within a destination.” You’ll enjoy a wide range of activities and amenities — including three restaurants; meeting space; two pools; a casino; a theater; a resort village with shops, dining, and entertainment; tennis; and a spa! Start planning your Dream vacation today Click here and visit www.sonesta.com/mahobeachorangeRuleWe’re Proud to announce This year that Antilles Power is The Official Tradewinds Radio Tournament Sponsor!  Please Visit them Here at the Antilles Power site!antilles power2014

orangeRuleDockside-Band-Eric-Stone-Jun-2014-webEric Stone rocks a great mix of music for boats, bars, babes, beers, and beaches at Dockside Tropical Café in Marathon Key.  Stop in from Land or sea and tell him you heard him on Tradewinds Radio! Stay tuned for info about the Dockside 4th of July Bash! They’ll have Even more bands, beers and boats!



It began in 1980 with a modest 12 entries and has steadily climbed to over 200 boats and in the last year has drawn web traffic from over 160 individual countries!

This event is a unique blend of International sailing, with boats from as far away as Russia and Brazil, and musical talent the likes of the Black Eyed Peas, the Marley Brothers, Maxi Priest and Wyclef Jean to name a few.  Nowhere else in the world will you find such an event, each day brings new finish locations, new and unique party atmospheres and bands from around the world.
The 2014 St.Maarten Heineken Regatta will kick off on March 6th with the pre event Gill Commodore’s Cup and will end on Kim Sha Beach Sunday March 9th.  Four days of world class racing and four nights of fun-filled Heineken parties will take place and offers something for everyone.  Participants and guests enjoy great food, ice cold beers and international music performers each night.  With the official slogan being “Serious Fun” it is no wonder people come from over 25 countries to attend this one of a kind regatta.

The St.Maarten Heineken Regatta is one of the “must do” events in the Caribbean, whether you attend for the sailing or the concerts, you won’t want to miss it.  Check out www.heinekenregatta.com and then Join us for the 35th edition of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta March 3-6, 2016!


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‘A Changes In Latitude’ Attitude  for our Loyal Listeners
Livin’ the dream, or just dreaming about it, Tradewinds’ stirs visions of warm white sands and tropical seas. Tradewinds’ is a happy mix of Pop, classic country, classic rock, and easy listening tunes are blended with a bit of classic reggae and calypso into a tropical delight – Music you can sing along to, and just enough news, weather, and features to keep informed. Tradewinds says enjoy ‘Tranquility Wrapped in Blue and Take the vacation home with you! Click on ‘Listen Live’ to hear it now!  Click Here to join the Tradewinds Club for lots of great steals and deals.

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From the Florida Keys to the Tobago Cays, hear Tradewinds Radio on local broadcast affiliates, as well as marinas, hotels, and online at www.tradewindsradio.com.



29 thoughts on “Welcome to the Sound of the Tropics

  1. Would anyone know who sings the reggee song that goes: ba ba da ba ba da revolution coming…I hear it on 104.5 Turks and Caicos, but can’t find it anywhere…thank you…

  2. Thanks, and thanks too for playing Michael Franti and Spearhead the other morning; what a great way to start the morning drive to the office off right! We love your blend of reggae, steel pan, country and western and pop music; something for everyone. Been here 34 years and you guys are the best in all that time. Hope you are around for the long haul.

    • Hello! I believe that is by Eric Stone. He’s a Florida and Cruiser favorite! Here is a quick link to it. Also, you can find a most of his music on his site HERE
      Stay warm and See you soon!

      • It was great to see them play live at the Miami Strictly Sail show. Cold beer, Pizza and Lots of cruisers!

  3. I just came back from our second trip to St. Martin and sooooo happy to find this station on the computer. Like others keep mentioning, BEST station of all time. I love the mix and the tunes that are playing are by far much better then all the stations in the US that just play the same thing over and over. So happy I can stream this to keep listening! Don’t change a thing, just keep playing all the amazing tunes!!!

  4. I always used my iPhone as an mp3 player through the auxiliary port in my pick up, due to the fact that radio stations always play mixed garbage. First time I heard this station, i was hooked. All my radios are stuck on this station, which plays all genres with the best songs ever written. I have to admit that this is the best radio station I’ve ever listened to, in my life that is.

  5. Sounded female…was a nice soft reggae beat, but unfortunately I’ve never heard the song title or name of the artist when it’s been on. Do you have a full daily playlist posted somewhere? Sorry for the trouble, I’d just love to find that song. Thanks!

  6. Great radio station!! What’s the song I’ve heard recently .. something like.. ‘I’ll take a stand’…it’s played a lot, and would like to find the name of this song, along with artist. Keep the great tunes playing!

    • Hello! Glad you enjoy the tunes! We searched a bit.. but no luck.. Do you recall if it was a male or female voice? Country, Reggie or modern tune? Hum a few bars at the PC screen maybe ;}

  7. You have to Love the Tropics in the Summer… You know by that 3-4pm daily shower that Happy Hour is close! Who needs a Pesky Watch ;}

  8. Awesome music!… We first heard Tradewinds on 104.5 in St. Martin; then again in the VI on 92.3, and now on 104.5 in the Turks & Caicos…. You’re all the music we need aboard. Thanks and Keep it up!

  9. Hey Trade Wind Radio, I feel compelled to give you a shout out for the playlist and great DJ last Saturday (July 20th). Some friend were sailing to Jost Van Dyke with the radio blasting your selections, sun, wind, great tunes…Kudos!! JP Melanson

  10. also there was another song played that same day (Thursday in turks and caicos islands) that I cant find and it was a parody to guantanamera called ‘ I needed one ton tomato’ can anyone find me these two songs to download ?

    • Hello! Patricia ;} I believe the song you are asking about is called “Two Ton Tomatoes” by The Barefoot Man from the album Rum and Coconut Water. It seems like a good combo for the afternoon; being barefoot, eating tomatoes and drinking rum and coconut water! Happy Hunting!

  11. whats the song I heard recently on the radio when I was out fishing where this guy sings about hes puking again over the side of the boat ???

  12. Off to the Beach today with Tradewinds jamming on the portable. Thanks for providing the entertainment for a hard days work with the sand and surf!

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