ANTIGUA YACHTING AND MARINE ASSOCIATIONS, CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND EVENTS
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The yachting industry in Antigua is thriving and vibrant and employs locals and ex-patriots side by side, all with one thing in common - their passion for the sea and their love of Antigua.
Read more about some of the fantastic clubs, societies and events that will allow you to not only learn a huge amount about the importance of Antigua's marine industry, but to meet some truly fascinating people.18 clients selected.
|ANTIGUA & BARBUDA SEARCH AND RESCUE is a non-profit organization that provides 24/7 emergency assistance in and around Antigua and Barbuda, offering medical, fire fighting & search & rescue services.|
|ANTIGUA SAILING WEEK One of the premier sailing regattas in the world, Antigua Sailing Week welcomes participants from all corners of the globe.|
|ANTIGUA YACHT CLUB the premier yachting and sailing organisation located on Falmmouth Harbour.|
|ANTIGUANICE YACHTING INSIDER NEWSLETTER Welcome to the home page of the AntiguaNice Yachting Insider Newsletter - an essential read for any yachting enthusiasts planning on visiting or living in Antigua.|
|CARIBBEAN SAILING ASSOCIATION (CSA) Rating Rule, in use for almost 50 years, is used in 16 territories by over 35 international regattas including some of the largest regattas that attract yachts from all over world.|
|JOLLY HARBOUR YACHT CLUB is operates in Jolly Harbour for sail and power yacht enthusiasts, or just people who love to have a great time.|
|NATIONAL SAILING ACADEMY is incorprated as a non-profit (charitable) organisation under the laws of Antigua & Barbuda and is administered by a board of volunteers. |
|NELSON'S PURSUIT RACE is an annual pursuit race held on New Year's Eve that traditionally attracts an excellent fleet of yachts and which provides fun and excitement for everyone before celebrating the New Year.|
|TALISKER WHISKY ATLANTIC CHALLENGE The premier event in ocean rowing - this race starts from La Gomera, Canary Islands and concludes in the idyllic English Harbour, Antigua.|
|THE ROYAL NAVAL TOT CLUB The club meet daily to down half a gill, or 1/8 of an imperial pint of rum - find out why here.