Every island has a Father Christmas, spreading pure joy and cheer, and in Antigua’s Falmouth Harbour, that title goes to Phil Braithwaite
A new location and change of leadership are two recent happenings in Antigua & Barbuda’s marine community
For centuries, mariners have found natural harbors, protected bays and dense mangrove lagoons in which to protect their vessels from storms
It just got a lot easier to purchase one of the premium saltwater sport fishing and high-performance boat brands in the Caribbean.
Catch The Cat is a 41' 2010 Fountaine Pajot Lipari consisting of Captain Lushi, Hostess Margot, Amy (Margot’s Daughter) in reservations
Horseback riding along a tropical beach seems like a scene straight out of a movie. Yet, you can turn this dream into a reality in the Caribbean
Antigua and Barbuda Kite Surf Week, set for June 24 to 30, the best freestyle riders from across the world will be joining the islands for a week of fun
After leaving the busyness of the US and its often-crowded harbors, it is very special to spend a week on the open water and not see anything or anyone
Two of the Caribbean’s iconic regattas have changed dates to encourage even greater participation
Budget Marine to sponsor Optimist World Championships, world’s largest youth sailing competition, will be held from July 6 to 16 in Antigua and Barbuda.
Many marinas throughout the Caribbean offer opportunities to dock your yacht for a season, annually or longer. Advantages and Disadvantages exist...
Winning class at Antigua Sailing Week is worthy of proper celebration, but the biggest prize is the Lord Nelson Trophy
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This was the largest gathering of those differently abled ever to be assembled at one time in Antigua. Raising over $35,000 EC!
The most recent rising stars hail from the Caribbean. The 2018 winner, Alex Goldhill, learned sailing on Carriacou
Since 2018, the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, now in its 32nd year, has a new look – a new Committee, new courses, new upwind starts and two new classes.
Enzo loved Antigua and yachting. He was owner of Antigua Slipway Ltd and The Inn at English Harbour.
A new all-star crew is heading up Antigua’s Classic Yacht Regatta, set for April 17 to 29, 2019
Starting and finishing in Antigua, the unique 600-mile course uses 11 Eastern Caribbean islands as turning marks, providing an interesting challenge for navigators and crew. Starting on Monday, 18 February, with such a long course, finishing times vary over a number of days.