Antigua Charter Show To Return Bigger & Better For 60th Year
The Antigua Charter Yacht Show will return to the pristine docks of Falmouth Harbour this December for its 60th year. With the addition of a new board member Captain Andrew Burridge and the promise of a show ‘with a difference’ on the horizon, we can all look forward to an eventful show season ahead.
After the cancellation of the 59th annual Antigua Charter Yacht Show last year due to the global pandemic and concerns around health and safety, charter’s biggest superyacht show is back.
Promising a ‘difference’ for brokers, captains, vendors and press attending, the global yachting community will relish the opportunity to reunite once more on the picturesque sands of Antigua island.
As well as some of the largest and most impressive charter yachts on the market, this year will see the arrival of Captain Andrew Burridge to the ACYM team.
Captain Andrew brings with him a wealth of charter yacht experience to the team, and will certainly be a useful resource in devising a new and fresh experience for this year’s event.
Antigua resident and superyacht aficionado, Captain Andrew has taken the helm of some of the world’s most iconic yachts during his 25 years' experience, including S/Y Maltese Falcon and S/Y Sea Eagle II.
He comments, 'I am delighted to join the ACYM team and looking forward to continuing making this unique Charter Yacht show an annual success and everyone’s favorite destination show for brokers and yacht crew.'
We look forward to bringing our readers more updates on this year’s event as they come in.
"I am delighted to join the ACYM team and looking forward to continuing making this unique Charter Yacht show an annual success."