27 Apr - 3 May 2013

By Editorial Team

As has happened every year for the past 45 years, the last week in April 2013 will see yachts from around the globe arrive in the English and Falmouth Harbours to take part in one of the world’s premier sailing events.

The Antigua Sailing Week Regatta has developed over 45 years and has become one of the best yacht racing events in the Caribbean. Its international status attracts more than 100 yachts every year, from a range of racing yachts to a variety of luxury performance cruising yachts.

The regatta incorporates a variety of coastal race courses that take place in and around the picturesque setting of Antigua and attracts hundreds of locals and visitors who come to watch.

Participating Yachts

* This is the number of guests for Quayside events and hospitality - not for sleeping overnight.

Zones are subject to change, check with your Charter Broker for the latest information.


  • Beautiful coastal landscape

    About Antigua

    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.

    Antigua Yacht Charter Guide

  • Leeward Islands photo 1

    About Leeward Islands

    This glittering archipelago of volcanic islands enchants each of its visitors with unbelievably clear waters and glistening shorelines which invite guests to wind down in a haven of sheer opulence. The Leeward Islands offer everything from splendid tropical landscapes to shimmering white beaches and provide an intoxicating combination of sunshine, fresh air and rich vegetation.

    Leeward Islands Yacht Charter Guide

  • Idyllic Dickenson Bay, Antigua

    About Caribbean

    Saturated with sun, this dazzling location offers the epitome of a paradise vacation, with sugar white sun-kissed beaches, a warm climate and beautiful scenery all year round. The Caribbean offers abundant water sport opportunities, clear blue skies and inviting azure waters. This captivating location is brimmed with aquatic life which surrounds dozens of picturesque islands, each unique in character and charm.

    Caribbean Yacht Charter Guide

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