• Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta 2015Summer Cloud

  • Concours winner Mary Rose

  • Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta 2015Lorema / Picton Castle

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Whitehawk wins the Panerai Trophy, Tuesday, April 21st 2015 – The Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, sponsored by Panerai, celebrated the winners at the Prize Giving Ceremony on the lawn of the Copper & Lumber Store, Nelson’s Dockyard. The huge crowd was welcomed by Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta Chairman, Julian Gildersleeve, who introduced His Excellency Dr Sir Rodney Williams, Governor-General of Antigua & Barbuda and the Minister of Tourism, Economic Development Investment and Energy, Asot Michael. Sir Rodney Williams gave a rousing speech, highlighting the importance of Antigua Classics to the country and welcomed competitors to the regatta from overseas, as well as congratulating Antiguans who had taken part.  Click here to read more.

Final Results – Antigua Classics Monday, April 20 2015 – Racing came to a conclusion today at the 28th edition of Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, sponsored by Panerai. The Windward Course was raced today by all classes and featured a glorious reaching start outside Falmouth Harbour to the deep water Woodstock mark followed by a spectacular downwind surf to Old Road Bluff then a long beat to Cape Shirley. The fleet headed back out to sea reaching to the Woodstock mark in big seas before finishing on a tight reaching leg to Falmouth. Click here to read more.

The Spirit of Classics Sunday, April 19, 2015 – Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, sponsored by Panerai, is a competitive regatta but the spirit of the event is just as important. Today’s race, the Kenny Coombs Memorial Cannon Course, was the favourite race of the Father of Classics, Kenny Coombs. The reaching course was as much a celebration of traditional boats as a sailing competition.  Click here to read more.