Antigua Sailing Week
Antigua Sailing Week is considered one of the Caribbean’s most prestigious regattas, is held annually at the end of April and will commence with the Peters & May Round Antigua Race on the Saturday. Following that will be five days of competitive racing off the rugged south coast of Antigua, which will wrap up on the Friday.
A race for every one
Well over 100 yachts participate each year, ranging in size from 24 feet to over 100 feet. The Regatta attracts all types of yachts from serious racing boats including state-of-the-art, high-tech racing machines to a variety of performance cruising and cruising boats and even features a Club Class for less serious racers who want to be part of the on-the-water action.
Diverse Fleet Antigua Sailing Week
The sight of all these yachts is unforgettable, both from vantage points on the shore and from spectator boats carrying onlookers alongside the races. The reputation of Antigua Sailing Week allows the event to attract some of the world’s top racing and performance cruising boats and some of the most famous professional sailors in the world. You don’t need a high-tech boat to participate.
What can you expect?
top level racing
Antigua Sailing Week is the longest-running sailing regatta in the Caribbean and is still one of the best-loved races worldwide.