Antigua Sailing Week is an Antiguan non-profit company wholly owned by Caribbean Sailing Events Inc. The company contracts the management of Antigua Sailing Week to Mainstay Caribbean Ltd. which is responsible for planning and organisation of the entire event.
RACE MANAGEMENT TEAM
Under the direction of Kathy Lammers, there are several teams of individuals who may be the first friendly faces you meet when you arrive at Antigua Sailing Week. They ensure that all runs smoothly and if any questions or problems arise, they will be able to assist with their resolution throughout the week. The team works closely with the Regatta Organising Committee in forming race policy and course structures as well as with the Commercial Team to ensure seamless management of the event.
These teams include:
Kathy Lammers – Chairman
Alfred Koolen – Race Officer
Paul Miller – Race Officer
Renata Goodridge – Regatta Measurer
Peter Jolly – Chairman, International Jury
Cliff Black – International Judge
James Clark – International Judge
Bruce Cook – International Judge
Geoffrey Pidduck – International Judge
Egil Wold – International Judge
Chris Martin – Protest Committee
Karl James – Protest Committee
Vanessa Jolly – Secretary, International Jury
Breck Maguire – Manager
Results and Scoring
Paul and Deborah Miller – www.regattaguru.com
Under the management of Alison Sly-Adams the commercial team is responsible for sponsorship, marketing and event management.
The team consists of:
Trish Jenkins – International Press Officer
Louay Habib – Race Reporter
Roddy Grimes-Graeme – Videographer
Digby Fox – Videographer
Paul Wyeth – Official Event Photographer
Tracy Guerrero – Events Management
Since the beginning of Antigua Sailing Week in 1968 volunteers have formed the backbone of the Regatta. Some of our volunteers have been with us from the beginning and love returning each year to meet up with old friends and enjoy the cameraderie of being involved in one of the most exciting sailing regattas in the world.
Each year people fly in from around the globe and take part in everything from judging and protests, to cleaning the silverware and assisting with the prize giving.
Our volunteers play a vital role in the success of the event and we would like to say a heartfelt thanks for the ongoing support we have received over the years.
We can never have enough volunteers, however, so are are always interested in hearing from anyone who is interested in getting involved in the Regatta. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer and let us know if there is a particular aspect of the event that you would like to assist with.
We welcome involvement from persons overseas. We are a non-profit organisation however and therefore there is no budget to pay for travel, accommodation or meals. If you just want to be involved with a fantastic event, then please let us know and we will see what roles are available.
As the old adage goes, ‘Many hands make light work’, and of course once the work is done the serious business of drinking a tot (or lot!) of rum with your friends can begin.