Antigua Sailing Week is all set to offer adventure, Y2K invites applications

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Antigua and Barbuda: The Antigua Sailing Week will take place from April 27 to May 3, 2024 and the Youth to Keelboat (Y2K) Program is now accepting the applications for participating in it. 

Y2K Program is calling for the youth sailors between the age of 13 to 25, who have interest in racing. The deadline for receiving the applications is February 15. 

Antigua and Barbuda is renowned for its sailing and yachting as the country offers all the great experiences. The destination offers the best sailing conditions and the finest first-class, landside yachting facilities in the region.

Interestingly, the country, Antigua is known for its landmark, Nelson’s Dockyard which is the only remaining example of a Georgian Fort. Interestingly, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Nelson’s Dockyard is the beautiful site which is not only a must see attraction, but also is the base from which most of the Island’s flagship sailing events take off.

Moreover, the event will include Round the Island Race, the Antigua 360 Race, the Jolly Harbour Valentine’s Day Regatta in and the RORC Caribbean 600. All these so evidently direct towards the great joy this sailing week is going to offer to the active sailors and sea lovers.

Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta will be the part of Antigua Sailing Week and the yacht  always remains on the bucket list of sailors. This is 52 feet on deck and 65 feet overall, outlining the extraordinary design of the yacht.

Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, credits to Facebook
Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, credits to Facebook

The complete joy and fun gathered in the country during the sailing week even directs towards the tourism of the country. This will be one of the major events of the country, inviting many visitors to experience the beauty of the shorelines of Antigua and Barbuda.

Significantly, the country is well known for its hospitality which can assure warm welcome of every visitor coming to the nation.

George Henry
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