Antigua Sailing Week 2018
One of the world's premier race events, this regatta consists of 5 days of top-class racing in some of the best sailing conditions in the World! Antigua Sailing Week has grown from a local regatta to a prestigious international event, attracting sailors from all over the world, where you can line up against the America's Cup sailors and many other stars of racing.
With a variety of courses including windward-leeward, coastal courses and possibly a race around Antigua island itself, the Antigua Sailing Week regatta promises challenging sailing combined with legendary Antiguan hospitality!
You can join Sailing Logic to race in Antigua Saiilng Week on board BOB, a beautiful Farr 52 racing yacht. Our programme starts with 3 days of training and preparation to give you the best possible chance of doing well in the Antigua Sailing Week regatta, involving 5 days racing (plus a mid-regatta layday). Racing with Sailing Logic in the Antigua Sailing Week will be a truly unforgettable experience.
No previous racing experience is required although some prior sailing experience is preferred to ensure that we are both safe and competitive. If you think you might get more out of your racing experience with some pre-reatta sailing, contact us for advice. We offer RYA courses, and Introduction to Racing Courses before the event.
To find out more please call our shore support team on 02380 456 360 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or download our info pack.
For 2018 we will be entering Antigua Sailing Week on 'BOB', a fully race ready Farr 52. BOB has had an interesting history over the years after initially being launched as ‘Bear of Britain’ for legendary yachtsman Kit Hobday. Hobday’s ‘Bear of Britain Academy’ provided training for young sailors in the art of racing and established a strong racing pedigree, winning several prestigious titles over the years. Renamed as “BOB”, the well-known yacht went on to make global headines when BP CEO Tony Hayward and co-owner of “BOB” at the time, came under fierce criticism for racing the yacht shortly after the BP oil spillage in the Gulf of Mexico. “BOB” then most recently joined the ‘Toe in the Water’ charity which used competitive sailing to re-inspire injured servicemen from the armed forces.
BOB - Farr 52
24 April: Arrive in Antigua
25-27 April: 3 days training and preparation
28 April - 4 May: 6 days Antigua Sailing Week (5 days racing)
5 May: depart Antigua
What is included?
Mooring and berthing fees, race entry fees, racing skipper and mate, 3 days training and 5 days racing, daytime food on board and branded team shirt to keep.
There is no accomodation aboard. We will assist you if you struggle to find a suitable solution.
You will meet the boat Falmouth Harbour, Antigua. British Airways and Virgin fly regularly from the UK directly to Antigua.
How to Book:
Download the below booking form and email
back to us. Payments can be made by card over the phone or by bank transfer to the details shown on the form.