Antigua and Barbuda are one of the world’s premier sailing destinations and in this episode we find out why.
Rana-Jamila Lewis gives us the lowdown on Sailing Week, the biggest event on Antigua and Barbuda’s sailing and social calendar.
Devin Joseph from the Antigua Yacht Club Marina & Resort gives us a fantastic overview of sailing in Antigua and Barbuda throughout the year.
Sara Sebastian from Nicholsons Yacht Charters and Services explains why chartering a yacht is the perfect way to explore Antigua and Barbuda’s magical waters, even if you’re not a sailor.
And Pia Baptist from Tropical Adventures reveals why a sunset cruise is the ideal way to dip your toes into the sparkling waters of Antiguan sailing, so to speak.
We visit young Antiguan sailor Jhemsey Parades at the National Sailing Academy to learn how they are teaching young Antiguans to swim and sail and how they can help you learn to sail too.
Fabio Giorgi from the Inn on English Harbour reveals an intriguing link between Duran Duran and the azure waters of Antigua.
Lyndon Pamphile introduces us to the surprisingly competitive world of model boat racing on Antigua.
And we are joined by Antiguan Yachting Royalty, Mr Karl James MBE, President of the Antigua and Barbuda Yachting Association.
So what are you waiting for? Come on board and relax. Antiguan sailing adventures ahoy!
The official Antigua and Barbuda tourism authority website: visitantiguabarbuda.com
Learn more about Peter at his personal website: petermoore.net
Follow all the activities of Sailing Week at sailingweek.com
Find out more about the Antigua Yacht Club Marina and Resort at aycmarinaresort.com
Book a yacht charter with Nicholson Yacht Charters and Services at nicholsoncharters.com or a sunset cruise or lobster lunch cruise with Tropical Adventures at tropicalad.com
Support the National Sail Academy and book sailing lesson with Jhemsey at nationasailingacademy.org
Holiday like Duran Duran at The Inn at English Harbour.
Watch Lyndon Pamphile and his mates race model boats in Antigua on YouTube.
And read about Karl James’ big day at Windsor Castle on antiguanice.com