Race aboard a 2001 VOLVO 60 (Amer Sports One). Race package includes three times round the world racing skipper, professional crew, two training days plus Round Antigua Race and the full week of Antigua Sailing Week racing. Entry fees, crew clothing, all safety gear, mooring, fuel, etc. all included. For more information or to reserve your charter […]
Sunday from 10am at Nonsuch Bay – 8 skippers – 2 places – in the Nonsuch Bay RS Elite Challenge end of Summer Series Final. Lunch is being served from 12 o’clock (email@example.com or call 562-8000). Winners will get clothing from the new 2015 Gill clothing range and spectators also get their chance to win. […]
Nonsuch Bay Resort has again signed on to sponsor Antigua Sailing Week 2015 and the Nonsuch Bay RS Elite Challenge which takes place on Lay Day at Pigeon Beach. Nonsuch Bay will be hosting the End of Summer Series Final in conjunction with Antigua Sailing Week at the Resort on Sunday 14th December to decide […]
We are delighted to announce that Stedroy Franklyn Braithwaite, Director of Antigua Sailing Week, Regatta participant and the man behind A & F Sails’ superb sail making and repair work during the Regatta and throughout the year, has been named Grand Officer Most Precious Order of Princely Heritage (GOH) for distinguished contribution to sailing and community development […]
Following on from the success of their Christmas Caribbean Rally (CCR) and Baltic 4 Nations Rally (B4N), Sailing Rallies announce the addition of two new events to their 2015/2016 events schedule: Antigua 2 Falmouth 2015 and the Spanish Rias Rally 2016. Antigua 2 Falmouth is primarily for yachts sailing to Europe after the Caribbean season. […]
Photo by Tim Wright/photoaction.com. Antigua Sailing Week is pleased to announce that the Royal Southern Yacht Club of Hamble, UK has issued a challenge to reciprocal and other yacht clubs around the world to compete in the Royal Southern Inter-Yacht Club Challenge at Antigua Sailing Week 2015. Yacht clubs are being challenged to take their […]
Check out the 2015 Notice of Race for Antigua Sailing Week. Racing takes place from April 26th to May 1st, with two optional one day races – Guadeloupe to Antigua Race April 24th and Round Antigua Race April 25th. Join us at Antigua Sailing Week 2015 – where Sailing comes first!
Check out the Yachting World coverage from Antigua Sailing Week 2014 written by Phillippe Falle of Quokka. If you missed 2014, here is taste of what you can expect for 2015. Click Here
Check out this fab letter from the team from the States who won the Antigua Barbuda Hampton’s Challenge in 2013 and experienced Antigua Sailing Week for the first time this year. Lou and team we look forward to welcoming you back next year along with all your friends. May 6th, 2014 Dear Editor, […]
Every year the Antigua Sailing Week team collects feedback from participating sailors and others involved in the event to seek input into the planning process for the following year, and this year is no exception. If you’re interested in having your say, please click here to complete the survey. Survey questions seek to obtain feedback on […]
Lou and Mike Grignon got to enjoy the fruits of their sailing victory in last August’s Antigua & Barbuda Hamptons Challenge Regatta last week with an all-expenses paid trip with their families to the twin-island paradise in the Caribbean Sea. The Grignon brothers made the best of light wins and sailed their 27-foot, Tartan Marine-made […]
In the penultimate episode of Antigua Sailing Week we talk with Shaggy before his Shirley’s Heights Lay Day show, see some seasoned pros race in the Nonsuch Bay RS Elite Challenge and spend time with some of the local people working hard behind the scenes.
The 47th edition of Antigua Sailing Week featured five days of racing with a fabulous party atmosphere ashore. Yachts flying the flags of 23 different nations were drawn to the Caribbean’s most prestigious regatta. Sailors came from all over the world for the fantastic weather, extremely competitive racing and fun filled entertainment. The racing was incredibly close, […]
High drama and fantastic conditions rounded off the 47th edition of Antigua Sailing Week. Going into the last day, two yachts racing under CSA were undefeated, scoring seven straight bullets: Piet Vroon’s Dutch Ker 46, Tonnerre de Breskens 3 and David Cullen’s Irish J/109, Pocket Rocket were both vying for the prestigious overall prize, The […]