Official Industry Partners are statutory bodies and non profit organisations who contribute significantly to the success of Antigua Sailing Week either by providing significant investment or in kind services without which the event would not be able to take place. We thank them sincerely for their continued support and confidence in the event.
The National Maritime Authority is the Antigua and Barbuda Department of Marine Services and Merchant Shipping (ADOMS) which has its principal office in St.John’s. It has a secondary office in Germany which is engaged in maritime issues related to the registration of ships intending to fly the flag of Antigua and Barbuda. The objective of ADOMS is to maintain an international registry and it is the official body that runs the ship and yacht registry for Antigua and Barbuda. ADOMS recently had the official launch of its Yacht Registry. For more information visit www.antiguamarine.com.
The AHTA is a non-government organisation and the representative voice of the local tourism private sector with a membership which comprises hotels, airlines and nearly 50 other tourism-related entities. To find out more visit www.antiguahotels.org
As the historic home to Antigua Sailing Week, the National Parks and more specifically Nelson’s Dockyard play an incredibly important role in creating the unbelievable event that is Antigua Sailing Week. Find out more details about both the marina and the park at www.nationalparksantigua.com.
Antigua Yacht Club is the host venue for the administration of Antigua Sailing Week. The Committee Desk will open at the Yacht Club on Thursday, April 24 and Registration will commence on Friday, April 25. For more information about Antigua Yacht Club or to apply for membership, see www.antiguayachtclub.com.
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