Antigua, a jewel in the Caribbean, invites yachters to bask in its pristine beaches, historical richness, and the allure of a sailing haven. As your yacht approaches Antigua’s shores, the view of powdery white sands, turquoise waters, and the iconic English Harbour creates a captivating welcome to this Caribbean paradise.

Disembarking in Antigua means stepping into a world where the sea and sailing are ingrained in the island’s culture. Yachters can explore Nelson’s Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and experience the nautical charm of this historic harbor. The annual Antigua Sailing Week draws sailors from around the world, adding to the island’s reputation as a sailing haven.

Antigua’s coastal towns, including St. John’s and Falmouth, offer a mix of Caribbean warmth and colonial elegance. Yachters can explore vibrant markets, visit historic landmarks such as St. John’s Cathedral, and enjoy beachside dining with views of the Caribbean Sea.

The island’s 365 beaches—one for each day of the year—provide yachters with a variety of options, from secluded coves to lively shores. Yachters can anchor in pristine bays, enjoy water sports in the calm waters of Nonsuch Bay, and unwind on the beaches surrounded by lush landscapes.

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