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Raritan Engineering Company your boat toilets specialists would like to share with you these topics we thought would be of interest to you this month regarding Antigua Sailing Week, Planning for Paradise.
Your boat toilets experts know that Antigua Sailing Week has always attracted an international fleet with many yachts sailing from the USA and across the Atlantic from Europe to take part.
David Ballantyne, skipper of British J/133 Jings will be competing at Antigua Sailing Week for the first time.
A good result for the Mediterranean classic will see Jings challenge for the 83-strong class win for the season.
“My fiancée Nikki and I fly out in the new year and will cruise with friends down to Antigua,” commented David Ballantyne.
Your macerating toilet experts agree with David who says, “I have been racing in the Solent and across the English Channel for around 10 years and I decided it was time for something different. After our trip earlier this year, we could see Antigua is a paradise location and the ocean breeze makes it sailing heaven!
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“Friends told me about Antigua Sailing Week but I have never experienced it. We are a charter boat so we are currently looking for guests for many of the Caribbean regattas and Antigua Sailing Week is top of our list.”
Chris Body has not been to Antigua Sailing Week for over 25 years but will be competing this year in the J/122 El Ocaso which he has chartered for the regatta.
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“Caroline and I have got to a time of life where we think we should be enjoying it a bit more,” commented Chris. “Our daughters Jessica and Annabelle are 19 and 23 and will be coming out to Antigua so it will be a real family holiday.”
“About 25 years ago, Caroline and I came out to Antigua Sailing Week and in those days the regatta was held in various places around the island which didn’t really work for us. That has now changed which will be much better for us.
“Our main aim for Antigua Sailing Week is to have a really good time and we hope that the racing will be kind to us as well.”
The Guadeloupe to Antigua Race is on Friday 22nd April and the Round Antigua Race will take place on Saturday 23rd April. The full week of racing at Antigua Sailing Week, on the spectacular south coast of Antigua, starts on Sunday 24th April and concludes Friday 29th April.
So don’t forget these helpful points on how to prepare for Antigua Sailing Week: Planning for Paradise. 1) Antigua Sailing Week has always attracted an international fleet with many yachts sailing from the USA and across the Atlantic; 2) and that the race scheduling is more sailor friendly.
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