Showcasing some of the most prestigious charter yachts on the market, the Antigua Charter Show opens its doors to welcome industry professionals to an exciting collection of superyachts with paradisiac views.
Scheduled to run from 4-9 December, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Nelson's Dockyard will play host to the trade-only event that annually presents a lineup of striking yacht rentals to industry brokers, captains, exhibitors, and members of the global press. This year marks the 62nd edition of the event and there's a stellar fleet assembling in the marina, comprising of motor yachts from some of the most well-known shipyards in the world.
Anticipating approximately 62 luxury crewed yacht charters, this year's occasion will host a diverse array of both motor and sailing yacht charters. The participating charter fleet is characterized by an average length of around 52.18m (171ft), and the yachts boast an average age of around 11 years.
With a projected attendance of over 600 crew members for the six-day event, industry professionals will have abundant opportunities to closely explore and experience the newest and most opulent yacht charters and feed the knowledge back when securing bookings for upcoming Antigua yacht charters.
Featuring both new and old favorites to the global charter fleet, charter yacht NERO has been spotted in Falmouth Harbour, continuing her tour of boat shows after making a shock late-minute addition to the Monaco Yacht Show official listing back in September. Previously known as KISMET, superyacht WHISPER is also in the marina plus AXIOMA, who has a new Turkish owner.
Explore our comprehensive guide to the 2023 Antigua Charter Yacht Show for an in-depth overview of all the charter yachts expected to participate this year.
If you're contemplating renting a yacht featured in the Antigua Charter Show, connect with your preferred yacht charter broker. They can represent you at the show, ensuring you receive detailed information about yacht rentals and associated costs.