Early December (Dates to be announced)
The highly-anticipated Antigua Charter Yacht Show will return to the idyllic Caribbean island in early December for its 57th edition.
For yachting professionals undertaking the international boat show circuit, few events are met with such excitement as the week-long Antigua Charter Yacht Show, held in the Antigua Yacht Club Marina, Falmouth Harbour Marina and Nelson’s Dockyard Marina.
Marking the start of the Caribbean cruising season, Antigua's trade-only event brings together brokers and other industry professionals keen to view the very best superyachts available for charter in the region.
Equipped with insider knowledge on the fleet and their captains and crews, as well as other industry innovations, brokers are then better equipped to match their clients with the ideal superyacht.
There are also plenty of chances to network and socialise. A busy schedule includes cocktail parties, evening yacht hops, seminar sessions, lunches and day cruises.
Another key component is the culinary contest. Now in its 19th year, the competition sees superyacht chefs go head to head, trying to wow the judges with their culinary creations. Each year the theme changes and stewards and stewardesses can also get in on the action thanks to a tablescaping competition.
For more information on the attending charter yachts, speak to your preferred charter broker.
The trade-only event brings together brokers and other industry professionals keen to view the very best superyachts available for charter in the region
LOCAL DESTINATION INFORMATION
Antigua’s picture-perfect coast is home to what feels like endless stretches of powder-soft beaches with secret caves surrounded by nothing but azure blue waters. To best enjoy the areas once traveled by Nelson, and to best discover the enchanting coral reefs which historically troubled enemy ships, you'll want to be on board a charter yacht. What's more, as the winter home of A-list stars such as Giorgio Armani and Oprah Winfrey, an Antigua yacht charter offers access to some of the Caribbean’s most exclusive resorts, nestled in a myriad of bays and inlets.