Hot competition in the bareboat fleet at Antigua Sailing Week 2015. Photo credit: Paul Wyeth pwpictures.com Antigua Sailing Week is delighted to announce that Sunsail is back on board for Antigua Sailing Week 2016 as the official bareboat yacht charter sponsor. Of the continued sponsorship Brittany Riley, Marketing Manager for North and South America, says: […]
Participants in the 2015 RS Elite Summer Series Final. Photo Credit: Kevin Johnson Antigua Sailing Week is delighted to announce that its partner, Nonsuch Bay Resort located on the east coast of Antigua within the protected waters of Nonsuch Bay, has confirmed its sponsorship of Antigua Sailing Week 2016 and the now famous Nonsuch Bay […]
Você fala Português? Check out Johnny Mazzilli’s coverage of Antigua Sailing Week 2015 as he gives an overview of some of the many landmarks and post-regatta activities to be indulged in while on Antigua. Shirley Heights, The Inn, Stingray City and Fort Barrington are all highlighted in this November issue of Iate Life Magazine from Brazil. […]
One of the longest serving supporters of Antigua Sailing Week, KH+P yachtcharter has brought a total of 477 yacht crews to the event during its 25 years in business. The crews dominate the bareboat fleets and as many of the sailors have returned year after year, it makes for fiercely competitive classes. It is for that reason that […]
As winter sets in across most of the northern hemisphere, the lure of Antigua Sailing Week appeals to many overseas sailors. The tropical climate, trade winds and the famous ocean swell make Antigua’s south coast one the best places to sail anywhere in the world. Antigua Sailing Week has always attracted an international fleet with […]
Thanks to Yachts and Yachting Magazine for some great coverage of ASW 2015! Yachts & Yachting feature Antigua Sailing Week Success reviews the highlights of ASW 2015. Then Antigua takes the #1 spot for Caribbean Sailing in Top Six Caribbean Sailing Destinations.
It is with great sadness that we advise you of the passing of one of the Caribbean’s great sailors, James Dobbs. James passed away at home in Mallorca on Friday, September 4. We share an article about James and his partner Nicola Pears and their adventures racing their boats, all named Lost Horizon, throughout the […]
On August 27th, 2015, the Commonwealth of Dominica, a small island of only 289 square miles in the Caribbean, was hit by Tropical Storm Erika, resulting in widespread catastrophic damage and death. Twenty people are confirmed dead and others are still missing. Damage to homes and local businesses has left hundreds homeless and many without […]
Join the most successful race charter boat on the Caribbean race circuit – Scarlet Oyster has consistently scored wins and podium finishes, with a clean sweep of wins in 2015 at the RORC Caribbean 600, Heineken Regatta, BVI Regatta, and Antigua Sailing Week. Available for whole boat or individual place charter, complete with a very […]
One of our official charities is the National Sailing Academy, which affords every child in Antigua the opportunity to learn to sail as part of the school curriculum. The Academy was recently chosen as the host venue for an ISAF World Emerging Nation Programme. These youths are the future of sailing in our region, and […]
Sailing icon Philip Walwyn, former Commodore of St. Kitts Yacht Club, has tragically passed away after falling overboard only a short distance from his destination at Falmouth, England after his single-handed passage across the Atlantic Ocean from Nova Scotia. Philip was a friend to many of us in Antigua and participated on a regular basis […]
Our very own environmental watch dog, Martin Dudley, gets a write up in Cruising World for August. Martin is one of the men behind the Green initiatives that are in place at Antigua Sailing Week and who continues to throw light on important environmental issues and seek solutions to them. Let us know if you […]
Scarlet Oyster racing in Antigua Sailing Week 2015. Photo Credit: Paul Wyeth Entries are now open for Antigua Sailing Week, the Caribbean’s longest running regatta, which will host its 49th edition from April 23 – 29 2016. This year the organisers are delighted to announce that for yachts arriving and returning to Europe, Peters & May […]
If you were lucky enough to come to Antigua Sailing Week 2015, we would like to invite your feedback about the event so we can keep on improving it. Please take a few minutes to fill out our survey and tell us what you thought – whether good or bad, and any ideas you would […]
On the final race day of Antigua Sailing Week 2015, its the Antigua Special Economic Race Day sponsored by Yida International Investment Group and there are three contenders in the running. Who will take the Lord Nelson Trophy? Have a look and find out! Have a look at the future of sailing in Antigua with […]
Check out the action on Antigua Sailing Week 2015 Lay Day at Pigeon Point. The Nonsuch Bay RS Elite Challenge plus beach games and a fun day.
Jonty Layfield and his jubilant crew on Sleeper/U-Go celebrate their overall win at Antigua Sailing Week – Holders of the Lord Nelson Trophy 2015 © Paul Wyeth pwpictures.com The Awards Ceremony for the 48th edition of Antigua Sailing Week was held in Nelson’s Dockyard, English Harbour. The glittering prize giving was attended by His […]
Check out photos from the Yida International Antigua Sailing Week Awards Ceremony & After Party, Antigua Sailing Week 2015! Photos courtesy Paul Wyeth/pwpictures.com & Ted Martin/photofantasyantigua.com
Check out photos from the Yida International Antigua Special Economic Zone Race Day 5 Prize Giving, Sailing Week 2015! Photos courtesy of Ted Martin/photofantasyantigua.com
Check out photos from Yida International Antigua Special Economic Zone Race Day 5, Antigua Sailing Week 2015!